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|Annoying Ugly Duckling transformed. Who?|
According to WIRED’s analysis of “massive amounts of data” from popular dating sites OkCupid and Match.com, what people say in their profiles may play a role in how attractive other users find them to be. (Continued with audio below this simple How To).
How To Score Dates on Match.com
Agatha Thornbush, Guest Contributor
|10. Tell them right up front: "NO DRAMA!!!"|
|Think his dialing finger broke?|
|In the good old days, no one had sex. Wink|
The women mention fitness, Radiohead, and fashion. Attractive people of both genders overwhelmingly mention yoga, surfing, and London [associated with well heeled travel or the London Olympics?]
Another common theme for the most attractive online daters is some breaking of gender norms: Women interested in technology and men who mention crafting are rated very attractive.
|That's? No way! Yes way. (DailyMail.co.uk)|
Is the dating pool on sites like OkCupid and Match self-selecting? Does online attractiveness translate to in-person chemistry?
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