The very first matchmaking websites (Match, Plenty Of Fish, e Harmony) came about in the mid-90s.
Their products have evolved a lot over the years, going from the old-fashioned personal ad layouts to the complex enhanced matchmaking systems they are now.
More than 40 percent of men try this tactic, confessing they wanted to make their job sound more prestigious.
But wait, one third of women do this too, saying they wanted to make their job sound more glamorous. Americans lie more than Britons, by 9 percentage points.
The World Wide Web has periodically changed the way we live, work, shop, travel, communicate and date over the last couple of decades.
Matchmaking itself has existed for centuries but its modern definition translates into something very different these days.
These days, people are checking their dating accounts almost as much as their social networking accounts.
I love the line 'slurping from the fountain of youth like a camel at an oasis' You have a good comedic touch, and this description is so Bones.
A few years ago, OKCupid calculated that 96.25% of e Harmony’s profiles are inactive, using numbers provided by e Harmony themselves.
Match was only marginally better, coming in at 93.1% inactive.
We want to help online daters see who people really are, before they waste time and emotional energy.
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How in the world are you supposed to discover your TRUE match when what is being put out there isn't true?