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And for those who think it’s a good idea to ask a bazillion questions about where their partner grew up and the name of his or her childhood pet, think again: Asking questions usually signalled a lack of connection, probably because women felt that they had to act curious in order to keep a boring conversation going.Signs of a good conversation were subtler, like varying one’s speech to get louder and softer. Department of Psychology, Social Behavioral Science Building, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, NC. But this new study adds to a growing body of research suggesting there are other factors, aside from a pretty face, that predict whether two people click.Everyone participated just once, and all students were promised the contact information of anyone they matched with.
The more chances you take, the more dates you'll have It's obviously OK to not want a lot of dates, but just know—and I know it's pretty obvious but really know—that if you're imposing restrictions like height, other physical attributes, age, etc., you are dramatically restricting your potential dates.I like to think overall the setup is similar to online dating, which I have done, but I have often thought of as parallel to trying to meet someone at a bar.Some of the people you think you're attracted to are probably jerks, and some are diamonds in the rough you wouldn't realize are awesome until you talk to them.But in real life, at least half of these strangers would be secretly coupled or otherwise uninterested.The advantage, both when online dating and speed-dating, is that you can at least reasonably assume everyone in the room is at least 1) single and 2) straight. On average, men were stingier about the number of women they indicated interest in.