Poll biggest dating turn off characteristic
Now, it’s a stretch to get people to write much beyond, “Hey, what’s up?
” With so many options and oftentimes minimal results, people are now more inclined to send out 20 brief messages than take the time to send three personalized ones, Jacoby says.
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Daters are “more quick to judge because they know that if you’re not spectacular, they can go back to their inbox, and just swipe right again tomorrow,” Jacoby says.
To add more fuel to the anti-2016 fire, dating experts are calling it a bad year for dating trends.
“I wanted so bad to say something positive, but it’s mostly negative,” joked Michelle Jacoby, owner of DC Matchmaking and Coaching.
Here are our favorite findings: Phone compatibility is a thing.
i Phone users are 21 times more likely to judge their dates negatively if they carry Android phones instead of an i Phone.