Data doesn't lie: "MySpace angles" are the best for hookups
By Jacqui Cheng
It's 2010 and online dating has become so ubiquitous that it's not only socially acceptable, it's practically the go-to when people decide it's time to meet someone new. One advantage to it all being on the Internet, though, is that we can discover what works—do people really respond to the things they claim are important to them? When it comes to profile pictures, it seems that everything most thinking adults assumed would be true is false—those awful "kissy face" pictures, the MySpace angles, phone-pics-in-the-mirror, and pics that don't even show your face are apparently quite effective in generating interest in the opposite sex.
Doesn't say too much about the intelligence of the company you kept!mauvecloud wrote:.........we aint in school anymore and anyway the smartest kids i know had the worst attendance)
mauvecloud wrote:frostingz - we will discuss this (again) next time we see you (I know what mauvecloud means, I kind of agree!! but not to forget about self hardwork too!) hmm.. Im so encouraging.. ha ha ha..
davidplato - there's a site for volunteer stuffs
http://www.nvpc.org.sg/Pgm/ematch/NVPC_ ... earch.aspx
Ive join in.. ive sign up for 18th of march 7.15pm. if anyone would like to join.. feel free!!
I havent had much time to look at it tho...
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