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06-Jul-2018 05:17

It seems dishonest users understand better than honest ones how much the truth can change someone’s online profile.

Turns out, many users (16%) present themselves dishonestly in the hopes of looking better to potential partners. Data from the large dating site Ok Cupid indicates that men who are rated more attractive by female visitors to the site (i.e., men who are taller, more well-built, and who have a good job) received 11 times as many messages as lower-rated men.

“He worked in music, beer/alcohol, and marketing—all of which were target industries,” she says, then admits, “But mainly, his profile picture was utterly captivating.”Eventually, she reached out.“He came over for literally no reason the other night and told me everything,” she tells “We wound up going for a walk and then sitting on our apartment roof for a while.



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