What she gathered from her competition was that these girls often had profile shots that included a natural smile angled from the waist up.The profile descriptions also used optimistic words and sounded conversational and light.The idea of making matches based on practical compatibility components has been around for generations.
“I don’t care if he is a dog or a cat person,” she says. Does he like to travel – excluding cruise ship vacations?
Another study estimated that the average person lies during one in five of his or her daily interactions.
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