Even the best of friends can get a little annoyed when you ask them for the third (tenth or 100th) time to analyze a text message from your crush. Now you can skip the eye-rolling with a new crop of services that give you crowd-surfed dating advice. The most famous example: HeTexted.com, which lets women post texts from men so its community can vote on whether he’s into her, not into her or the verdict is still out. The site launched in October and had 1.4 million people visit within five weeks. "No matter who you are or what kind of relationship you're in, you've thought twice about a message from a significant other," says Carrie Henderson McDermott, co-founder and CMO of the site. But HeTexted.com isn't the only place where you can let online strangers weigh in on the relationship questions. At CouplesSpark, pairs post something they're arguing about -- and visitors can vote on the person they side with. Another new site called WotWentWrong lets users upload info about their breakups so they can get insight into, well, what went wrong. Just like with your real-life friends, though, you might not like the advice that your virtual ones dole out.