In a meta-analysis of 86 psychology, sociology, computer, and behavioral studies, they found answers to the questions that leave online daters paralyzed at their keyboards or searching for the perfect selfie.
If You 'Can't Live Without' Material Things"I'm fully aware that [OKCupid.com] wasn't that serious about this question, but when this box is full of vapid responses that don't include friends, family or good health, I'm not interested.
I'm sure you could live without high heels." – Josh, 32 READ: Falling In Love With an Ex? Stating That You Don't Like Cheaters"First of all, who the hell likes cheaters, and second, do you really think that by clearly stating this on OKC, the cheaters are going to be like, 'Oh, let me not message her'?
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Girls Who 'Love Life' Or 'Love to Laugh'"What does that even mean, you love life? If these are really the most important things about you, you must be pretty basic." – Tom, 23 #7.
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Yes, of course, everyone looks at the photos as a first sort. If you don't say much, or say only banal stuff that almost anybody else might say (e.g., 'I love romantic walks on the beach'), it says that you're either boring, or you don't know yourself." – Doug, 55 #2. On A Dating Site)"Girls will often complain about the quality of men they are talking to on their profile.
I understand that there may be many less-than-ideal matches, creepers, etc. However, dedicating your entire profile text to this tells me nothing about you personally (besides that you are a negative person).