Dating very good looking men


30-May-2016 06:56

You can’t be too disappointed when you don’t get a reply.Next, you could say to yourself, “Hmm…if all the other women are writing to the top 5%, that means those men in the 50-90th percentile are comparatively being neglected.” Thus, you’re going to have a lot more success writing to the proverbial “6’s” and “7s” than the “10’s”.• The average male sender gets a 27% reply rate from the most attractive females. A huge problem with online dating is that we have an unrealistic set of expectations about how things work.In other words, if you’re getting 1 out of 3 people writing back to you, you’re doing okay. If you’re writing to a very attractive person, you now know you’re competing with everyone else on the website.For example, when I was younger, I worked as a massage therapist.

Could it be that the responders to their questionnaires were rather young, and that’s why the “hottest” guys appear 18-20 while OK Cupid’s employees who look to be at least mid-20s were even considered semi-decent?

As Ok Cupid observed, the medical term for this is “male pattern madness”.



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