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By Ellie Zolfagharifard. From the arty filter to the pouting selfie, online daters know just how to hide their faults on camera. But according to a recent study, people would be better off uploading a candid shot of themselves and exposing their flaws if they want to snag a hot date.
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The Dating Nerd is a shadowy figure whose whereabouts and identifying details remain unknown. What we do know is that he is really, really good at dating. I have a weird issue.
Please refresh the page and retry. P ictures carefully taken to show off muscles and good looks are often a staple of men's dating profiles. But research from Oxford University suggests that hopeful male singletons might as well not bother - as looking "average" could serve them better.
The mum-of-two admitted she has a history of dating disasters, but blames it all on her good looks and it didn't take long for Twitter users to lash out at her comments. Jenna said she wasn't a fan of online dating, because she believes people just "get a kick" out of how many swipes they get and complained that it's "shallow. He told me face-to-face.
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You probably spend countless hours every week clicking through profiles and messaging attractive women on dating sites and apps. You get a response every now and again, but rarely from anyone you actually want to date. That adds up to around 12 hours a weekall in hopes of scoring a date that lasts approx. Problem 1: Most dating sites and apps have more men than women, which means the most attractive women get bombarded with messages.
Paula Jayne Allen has shared her dating plight with the Daily Mail ; the blue-eyed blonde says her pretty looks make it harder to find men on dating sites. She argues that looking the way she does means she only attracts rude, shallow men, who see her as "a piece of meat" or someone to show off to their friends. So she took to the world of online dating in the hopes that men might see past her looks, and was shocked to find that some were sending lewd, suggestive messages.
At least, that's according to a new study which has concluded that while it's impossible for a guy to be too good-looking, they can be too clever for their own good. Published in the British Journal of Psychology, the paper states that women want men to be smart - but not too smart. Data shows that a man who is more intelligent than 90 per cent of the population is most desirable - more so than one who is cleverer than 99 per cent.