I am sure lots of xkcd fans can relate to this problem, and, like the typical fan, the main character choses not to blame his personal social skills or look for a human-interaction based solution; rather, he wishes there were a way that Internet could solve it for him! YOU would never be a serial liar and break up with me after six months! Anyway, a lot of people have pointed out this idea before, including, apparently, actual websites which exist for this purpose.
Certainly many news stories about Facebook or other social media websites (or our penchant for sharing too much information online these days) discuss the fact that even now but more in the future, people will be / are already able to do extensive background checks on future significant others.
There was also this Abstruse Goose comic which, you have to admit, is exactly the same idea.
Besides the assumption that a person who is a bad boy or girlfriend for you must also be a bad boy or girlfriend for everyone else, there are other problems here. I guess there's nothing wrong with it but it just seemed odd.
Is it a man with a square head and a blade in his forehead? All we know is that he's totally So - with that out of the way: A man is troubled by his former girlfriend of six months, and wishes he had known she was a liar.
I mean, he found out that all her ex-boyfriends thought that about her.
But apparently he didn't bother to check until it was too late.
(Also known as the "Rule of 7")The Standard Creepiness Rule is an equation that determines the youngest possible age of a potential date that is deemed to be socially acceptable and not creepy.
It was mentioned in comic 314 of the web-comic XKCD.
He also didn't for six months, so one might think that some of the blame lies with him.
He probably could have tried to ask someone, but apparently he did not.