These logically, detailed orientated questions reveal very little about her personality.
By Joanne Davila and Kaycee Lashman Sunday, January 1st was reported to be the biggest online dating day of the year in the US.
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Whyte further explained, “This study provides quite unique findings in that people may state a preference for an ideal partner but they are more than happy to initiate contact with potential love interests that bear no resemblance whatsoever to that ‘Mr or Mrs Perfect' they initially think they prefer over all others.”So next time your mom tells you you're still single because you're “too picky,” show her this study and tell her to STFU.
Actually — on second thought — don't tell your mom to STFU.
In the study called “Preference vs Choice in Online Dating,” behavioral economists Stephen Whyte and Banno Torgler explored the online dating preferences and actual contact behavior of over 41,000 Australians (ages of 18 to 80), who were using the Australian dating website RSVP.
But whatever the case may be, a new study found none of that BS matters when you're swiping on dating apps. Even if you absolutely REFUSE to date short guys, you still might be swiping right for them on Tinder.