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Lindsay Lohan's parody eHarmony video resurfaces

Lindsay Lohan teamed up with the comedy website

Lindsay Lohan teamed up with the comedy website funnyordie.com for a parody of an eHarmony online dating video, in which she says she's looking for someone to spend the rest of her life with -- or at least the rest of her probation. (Credit: Funnyordie.com)

Not much has changed in Lindsay Lohan's dating life since 2009, when she and on-again off-again girlfriend Samantha Ronson finally split for good.

Which is why the eHarmony spoof she created at the time is all the more enjoyable as the Internet gods brought it back to our attention Tuesday.

According to her "eHarmony" profile video, Lohan's perfect mate is someone who likes ankle monitoring bracelets, long walks on the beach, antiquing and car chases on the Pacific Coast Highway.

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It's almost too bad the video is just a parody for the comedy website funnyordie.com, because if Lohan is being honest with herself -- and a potential boyfriend -- this is a surprisingly accurate portrayal of the actress. And wouldn't she want to be with someone who embraces the person she is, flaws and all?

"If you think you can handle a redhead with a little bit of sass, and by that I mean, crazy," according to Lohan, then be prepared to "crash a few parties, maybe a car or two," and you just might find the love of your life.

Watch Lindsay Lohan's dating profile video below and tell us -- Is it a good sign that she is able to joke about her troubled past, or does this video just make it clear that Lohan doesn't take her legal troubles seriously?

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Editor's note: An earlier version of this blog post was written before it became apparent that the video was created in 2009.

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