This seems like the online version of a John Mayer concert …

And we thought that was the absolute stupidest thing ever when it came to dating sites, but the Internet was quick to prove us wrong. 

Yup. That's a real billboard flying high over Salt Lake City, Utah — one of the whitest places in the entire world anyway. 

You can thank Sam Russell for his dating startup, Where White People Meet.

Look how happy those two are! But despite their smiling faces, this site has been hit with plenty of flack from the Internet, claiming it's full-on racist. But the 53-year-old Russell — who used to own a used-car empire and lives in an area that's 92.4 percent white — swears he's totally not a racist.

“It’s about equal opportunity,” Russell explained. “The last thing in the world I am is racist. I dated a black woman once. I helped raise a young black man … I just believe it’s hypocrisy to say ‘one group can do this, but another can’t.’” Their son, a high school senior, designed the site.

While an early version has been online since August, the site officially launched last weekend when Russell unveiled that billboard southwest of Salt Lake City — and then everyone lost their minds. 

Whether it's racist or not, there's the biggest problem:

Twelve dudes to a single woman? White or not, those odds are worse than last call at that sketchy bar on Pearl Street. Who wants to pay $4 a month for that?