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Enjoy Miami, at least one of you! (via GoFundMe)

Remember when crowdsourcing was used for noble causes, like paying for an Uber, or making a fake baby to smuggle booze in, or potato salad? It seems like those days are done. Now it's only used to string along a relationship with serious trust issues.

25-year-old Azel Prather Jr. of Glendarden, MD was worried about his girlfriend Marissa going to spring break. The 22-year-old had booked a flight with a few of her girlfriends, but Prather was out of money and couldn't tag along. It's still not clear if he was invited. He wanted to be there, however, to make sure none of that Florida fun and sun threatened his relationship. As he said on his page: "If you know anything about Miami, you know that she shouldn't go without a chaperone."

Sources: The Washington Post | gofundme