We analyzed the 1,000 most popular words on both men and women’s profiles, tabulated the most popular movies and TV shows, and crunched stats on what people consider their best feature vs.
what features their potential dates are attracted to.
For example, I just heard about a guy who won't "like" any of his girlfriend's pictures because he's afraid his ex-wife will get upset.
Then there's a couple who just ended a long term relationship and the girl doesn't want to post any pics of her and her new boyfriend because she doesn't want to hurt the old guy.
I am a Huge fan of the Web Comic Least I Could Do, and i checked to see if this was a collaboration...turns out its a straight rip off after things went weird with their pitch.
I can't believe they would so clearly rip off a great comic. The first giveaway is to look at the pictures of the cast.
Mentioning cats is fine, but mention “my cats” and you’re a weirdo.
The data shows that lesbians appreciate nice legs, gay men prize nice arms, and straight women and men are looking for flat stomachs above all else.
Keep your profile positive and you soon will be attracting all sorts of potential partners.
I also know a woman whose boyfriend of over a year won't let her post pics because he doesn't want his kids to see.
Then there was a woman who broke up with a guy because he was tagged in a photo kissing another woman on someone else's page. When it comes to Facebook (and any other social media site), my rule of thumb is, if you post something, you have to be OK with it to the extent that if it was on national television, you wouldn't care about ANYONE, (not one single person) knowing what you posted. But, what if you were dating someone, and the guy (or girl) told you he/she wanted complete privacy when it came to social media and his/her texts?
We even scoured the top 400 most popular Ok Cupid profiles—the hottest people on the site in ten US cities—to see what their profile pics could tell the rest of us about attracting a date.
We couldn’t have done any of this without the help of the data maestros at Match and Ok Cupid: Christian Rudder, cofounder and president of Ok Cupid, and Jim Talbott, director of consumer insights at