If you’re worried about the prospect of a Trump Presidency but still want to find a significant other, a new dating site has just the right recipe.
Maple Match was unveiled recently as an alternative dating site for Americans who want to flee the country if Donald Trump becomes President of the United States. The site, which has yet to launch, says that it will pair Americans with Canadians, making it easy for those in the U.S. to cross the border and live happily ever after.
“Maple Match makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency,” the site reads. Its tagline follows: “Make dating great again”—a play on Trump’s campaign tagline of “Make America Great Again.”
For now, it’s unclear whether Maple Match is the real thing or just a joke for people who are scared about the prospect of Donald Trump becoming President. Indeed, the site only allows users to get on a waitlist and has yet to actually launch a service that connects Americans and Canadians.
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That said, Maple Match’s CEO Joe Goldman said in an interview with Canada’s CBC that “absolutely this is serious,” referring to the site and its intentions. Goldman, who lives in Texas, added that as of Tuesday morning, the site had already signed on more than 10,000 singles. What’s more, Maple Match was able to attract 2,500 Canadians to the site.
The sudden uptick in interest in Maple Match comes as Donald Trump has become the presumptive Republican nominee for President. Trump is likely to face off with Democrat Hillary Clinton in a Presidential race, though conventions in July will ultimately determine the tickets.
Trump has become a polarizing figure across the U.S. While he is well on his way to capturing the Republican nomination and has earned millions of votes across the U.S., he is among the most disliked presumptive candidates in history. Many of his detractors, including writer, producer, and actress Lena Dunham, have gone so far as to say that they would move to Canada if he were to become President.
In March, after Trump had a resounding victory on so-called “Super Tuesday,” Google searches across the U.S. relating to moving to Canada surged 350%. An analysis of Google Trends shows that the search is still one that’s on some Americans’ minds.
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In his interview with the CBC, Goldman alluded to that, saying that “a lot of Americans are quite uneasy” about the prospect of a Trump presidency. So, he apparently felt no other option but to offer a way for them to find someone on the other side when they cross the border.
Maple Match did not say when it might launch, but with the general election six months away, the company better hurry if it wants to catch Americans scared of a possible Trump presidency.
In a statement to Fortune, Goldman said that he hopes to launch the site “as soon as possible.”