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Julia, an 18-year old German girl, has told a guy desperate to get her into the sack that he has to get 111,111,111 hits on his "Kai 4 Julia" love site - and remain chaste during that time - before she will get together with him.

For those not experienced in setting up personal home pages and getting hits, that's a polite way of her saying, "I don't think so".

Apparently, he hasn't been the most faithful of blokes in the past, hence the girl is a little hesitant to let him add her to his list of conquests. He believes he's found The One, but has had a torrid time proving this to her.

However, 19-year old Kai, also German, hasn't let this challenge daunt him, kicking off his Internet quest to bed the busty blonde in June.

They do seem to have become decent mates though; either that or he nicked a couple photo albums from her to post up on the site.

However things turn out, he's got a long way to go. Although the hit counter had some issues in our browsers, it's apparently ticking along somewhere in the region of 3.5 million, according to Ananova. There have even been some attempts (perhaps from her friends) to hack the site and reverse the counter.

On the bright side, even if the lad fails in his quest, he should make some cash out of the whole effort; his site is well laden with pop-up and banner ads. reg;

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