Jo Hemmings, behavioral Psychologist for TLC’s Undressed, says that dating has become increasingly difficult in the technological era, with people having to 'carefully orchestrate' what they want to say.'Our parents may have had nothing more complicated to worry about than when to ring a date up on the landline, but these days there are dozens of methods of communication that all have to be carefully orchestrated.' Half of the survey participants said they'd looked up a potential date online before meeting in person, to get a feel for their personality and see more pictures - and 15 per cent revealed they’d cancelled a date after seeing something on social media they didn’t like.
The findings into the language most likely to help singletons meet a partner on dating sites revealed that 'ambitious', 'perceptive, 'sweet', 'hard working' and 'thoughtful' are the descriptions most likely to attract male attention online.It seems that 'playing it cool' isn't in vogue anymore either.A third of respondents said they would text back within a quarter of an hour, with only five percent saying they’d wait as long as two hours.A new study into the language most likely to help singletons meet a partner on dating sites revealed that 'ambitious', 'perceptive, 'sweet', 'hard working' and 'thoughtful' are the descriptions most likely to attract men While the description 'sweet' would attract the most male attention for women in 2014, it's now been pushed into third place, with 'ambitious' taking the top spot.
Yet for men the word 'ambitious' has become less popular'Thoughtful' dropped out of women's top 10 wants, while for men 'good listeners' was found to decrease the number of messages received by 29 per cent, with 'caring' (down 24 per cent) and 'respectful' (down 31 per cent) also seen as a turn off.
Also known as olfaction, it is our physical capacity for detecting and perceiving the molecules around us.