They are a website dedicated to all topics regarding dating and relationships, and I’d highly recommend checking them out. — and ESPECIALLY before reading the following online dating interaction.
I enjoy proof in the pudding that I honestly think online dating is fun, and I’m really not pessimistic about it. ) My message for you today is DON’T MAKE DECISIONS FOR PEOPLE YOU DON’T KNOW!
Give me a chance to read your message, process it, and possibly respond!
Although it’s not exactly a magic formula, today the team over at has up a detailed guide to creating the so-called “perfect” online dating profile, as told through a series of 25 neat infographics.
They worked with data crunchers at Ok Cupid and to identify the 1,000 most popular words on men and women’s profiles and used the results to come up with the blend of activities, photos, favorite movies, and cat references most likely to help you snag a date.
Across the board, nearly half or more of men and women, gay and straight, listed their eyes as their most attractive features.
And, also across the board, no one said eyes were an especially important physical feature.
Men who refer to females as “women” are more successful than those who say “girls,” yet a female who refer to herself as a “girl” fares better than those who say “woman.” Also, men who use “whom” get a pretty significant boost in contacts from the opposite sex.