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Online Dating Profiles
Online Dating Profiles

Having trouble meeting your match online?

It could be the WORDS you use in your dating profile!

The magazine Wired worked with Match.com and OkCupid to analyze thousands of profiles, and find the words associated with the most attractive people.

The two best words any man or woman can add to their profile to make themselves more attractive are SURFING and YOGA!

You don’t even have to actually surf or do yoga (which is a good thing)…just adding a sentence like, “I’m just starting to surf and do yoga” does the trick.

The other best words men can add are OCEAN and SKIING…for women it’s ATHLETE, LONDON, and NYC.

Some of them are quite random, though…or guys, they found live music, retirement, breakfast, trees, morning, puppies, and flying attractive.

For women they found fitness, fashion, laziness, Radiohead and “Pulp Fiction” got them more hits! (?)

Check out the full list here:  Wired’s Online Dating Study

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