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The POD's commentary is created by comedian Doug Faulkner and is voiced by the series 1-3 producer.

The show ended after its sixth series which was broadcast in 2013. has given 'makeunders' to a range of people in Britain, including celebrities.

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But, based on the early interest, the founders were able to raise a “six-figure” investment from Kevin Ham, the investor and former “man who owns the Internet”.

The investment led to a team of developers, Amazon hosting, and an advisor well familiar with building popular domains; and since the early stumble, Snog has continued to surge.

The Web has been home to a fair number of questionable memes and websites over the years, really too many to mention here.

One among them that you’re likely familiar with is “Hot Or Not”, the site that allows visitors to vote on photos of random people based on attractiveness.

The founders also plan to add “like, love, dislike” buttons across the site, which visitors can use to vote on statuses, specific photos, movies, books, cities, brands, etc.