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“Dating websites can lead love!” says dating website

Romance news now, with the revelation that people all over the world are falling in love:

BRITS TAKE LESS THAN FOUR MONTHS TO SAY ‘I LOVE YOU’

Knowing when to say “I love you” is one of the most contentious issues when it comes to dating.

While some people wait six months before saying those three little words to their partner, others may blurt them out within days of matching on Tinder.

According to new research, the average Briton says “I love you” in 108 days, which is just under four months. One in 10 say it within a week.

Source: Independent, 27th June 2019

When should you say ‘I love you’? New survey shows Australian couples say the three words within three months – but those in the UK wait TWICE as long

How soon is too soon to tell your partner you love them?

According to the latest research from online dating website eHarmony, Australians are most likely to say those three little words in the first three months.

One in 10 even jump the gun with a declaration of love within just seven days.

Source: Daily Mail, 27th June 2019

It’s no surprise to see, then, that this story was created by a dating website, to remind you how handy dating websites are at helping people find people:

Online dating website eHarmony surveyed 2,000 Brits and found that out of every region in the UK, people from Scotland are most likely to confess their love fastest, with the average Scot taking just 84 days to say “I love you”.

“People look for love online!” says online dating site

How to get a date: the words that attract the opposite sex online

Single women looking for love online should describe themselves as sweet, ambitious or thoughtful while men should emphaisis their passion, optimism and phsyical fitness, according to a new study.

Research on more than 12,000 profiles on a dating website has revealed the best words to use when trying to attract the opposite sex.

The data showed that women describing themselves as sweet, ambitious or thoughtful were more likely to see men initiate conversations with them.

Source: Telegraph, 16 May 2014

Sweet female WLTM ambitious male: Scientists reveal the most alluring words to entice a hot date online

Some people claim that French is romantic, but scientists claim to have identified the real language of love for online dating profiles.

The words that daters use to describe themselves in their online dating profiles can have a huge impact on attracting attention from the opposite sex, they said.

Source: Daily Mail, 16 May 2014

There we have it – the answer to your dating woes: simply describe yourself using a generic set of desirable words which may or may not have anything to do with your actual personality. Science!

With all this scientific analysis knocking around the dating arena, it’s a surprise that anyone’s still single. Who can we thank for this remarkable breakthrough? Which prestigious institute of human studies made the astounding discovery? You may not be surprised to learn it was those altruistic and cupid-like boffins over at eHarmony… the dating site:

Source: eHarmony.co.uk, 16 May 2014

Cynics might argue that eHarmony released this particular piece of PR research not for the good of mankind, but instead to push the sciencey credentials of their own dating algorithms, and to remind potential punters that they exist. But not me – I’m positive they did it because they’re hopeless romantics.

“Dating can be tricky!” says dating website

“Dating can be tricky!” says dating website