Dating for atheists
According to the Oxford English Dictionary,means “consideration” and “regard,” not agreement.
Dreary greetings such as "hi", "hey" and "hello" are far less successful than sparkier openings like "how's it going" and "what's up".
Ok Cupid claims that all the messages it scanned were anonymised, protecting the privacy of customers.
The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
The analysis suggests online daters should avoid making personal compliments too early - "sexy" and "beautiful" sent response rates plummeting - and instead express an interest in their target's hobbies.
People who used the words "good taste" or "you mention" in their messages pushed their response rates close to 50 per cent.
But I pose the question to you: Could you get over if a man you really like, or are already dating, told you they were an atheist?