Okcupid dating persona
True, but not really something I need to have advertised on a dating site, hence the erasing of all the questions and starting from scratch 🙂 Now My personality tab now has none of the “less…” and only has “more…” — Capitalistic, Experienced in Love, Spiritual, Kinky (on purpose I answered yes to a question and added a funny explanation), Mathematical, Spontaneous, Scientific.
So picking and choosing what you answer is better than just sequentially answering questions that pop up.
After all, it’s not exactly going to change the situation, is it? Unless you’ve been seriously catfished and someone who you thought was a 100 lb woman shows up as a 300 lb man, there’s no harm in having dinner or finishing up a few frames of bowling.
My blog assistant sent me this link about the science behind Ok Cupid’s algorithm. 2) The way Ok Cupid weights importance is seriously out of whack (see in the video).
When I first joined OKC, I was curious and asked one of my online admirers what they looked at for potential dates.
He says “First I look at “what she’s looking for” section. Then I look at her “personality” tab.” He’s one of those guys looking just for hookups and not relationships, but he was very honest.
You’re at the Cheesecake Factory with a full-blown gremlin. And if you listed your body type as “average” when you knew “a little extra” was a lot more truthful, then you don’t have much room to judge.
Your shapeshifting date might not even realize how many extra pounds or grey hairs they’ve gained since that college photo, so calling them out on it isn’t necessary -- it’s actually pretty cruel and futile.
Such commonalities may cause you to be more As such, that second pillar of the Ok Cupid algorithm doesn’t say much of anything – it only goes to show how narcissistic you are in searching for someone who is just like you.