f your profile isn’t pulling as many responses as you’d like, consider making these simple swaps.
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(I guess I have the left and right brain thing going.) Now, let me introduce you to my friend Diane: Diane is an accountant who travels to a new country every year, loves to cook (especially lasagna), is from the South, and whose favorite hobby is making quilts. Now I’d like to describe myself in online dating profile form: I’m fit, intelligent, and I love to laugh and have fun.
” Instead, try this: Show your good points without sounding pompous: Nix subjective evaluations such as “I’m very attractive/intelligent/funny” and instead do your best to illustrate those same points, says Evan Marc Katz, the author of and the CEO of E-Cyrano.
Not exactly Nobel-quality findings here, but it's definitely interesting to see the exact levels of response.
But for folks in the dating game, how is this information actually usable?
Ok Cupid found that when some men think a woman is ugly, other men are more likely to message them.
This is partly because they have unusual features that may divide opinion, but also because men think there is less competition While Holly Willoughby (left) is often described as beautiful, Sarah Jessica Parker (right) tends to get a varied response.