“It’s not the place to actually date.” The anthropologist Helen Fisher, who does work for Match.com, makes a similar argument: “It’s a misnomer that they call these things ‘dating services,’ ” she told us.
“They be called ‘introducing services.’ They enable you to go out and go and meet the person yourself.”What about those search algorithms?
” “Have you ever traveled around another country alone?
” and “Wouldn’t it be fun to chuck it all and go live on a sailboat?
” Ok Cupid believes that answers to these questions may have some predictive value, presumably because they touch on deep, personal issues that matter to people more than they realize.
You can specify height, education, location and basically anything else.
Are you trying to find a guy whose favorite book is “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” and whose favorite sport is lacrosse?