Okcupid dating profile test
"She would very blatantly shoot them down and yet they would continue to message her." Intrigued, Fee devised an experiment to see just "how far guys would go to get a date or a hook-up."As it turns out — With the help of a cute female friend's photo, Fee was halfway home.All he needed now was an irretrievably off-putting bio to truly put his subjects' dignity to the test."I wanted to make this so idiotic and unappealing that no one in their right mind would show interest in this girl," Fee says.Even when they should be wrong for each other." The company later revealed the correct scores to the participants."This shows how easy it is for a company to put at risk the trust that users place in them," Daniel Tozer, a commercial technology partner at the law firm Harbottle and Lewis, told the BBC.I’m the first to admit it: we might be popular, we might create a lot of great relationships, we might blah blah blah. A while ago, we had the genius idea of an app that set up blind dates; we spent a year and a half on it, and it was gone from the app store in six months. It’s not like people have been building these things for very long, or you can go look up a blueprint or something. Ok Cupid’s ten-year history has been the epitome of the old saying: two steps forward, one total fiasco.Dating website OKCupid has revealed that it experimented on its users, including putting the "wrong" people together to see if they would connect.It revealed the tests after the uproar over Facebook manipulating the feeds of its users.
The current Ok Cupid Dating Persona Test is still largely identical, in question and text blurb content and order, to the original Match Test.
Basically, people are exactly as shallow as their technology allows them to be.
All dating sites let users rate profiles, and Ok Cupid’s original system gave people two separate scales for judging each other, “personality” and “looks.” I found this old screenshot.
"If you are hitting on her after reading her profile you have no interest in anything intellectual whatsoever."Here are just My self-summary: Well I'm jsut me! A lot of preple go threw every day like plastick bags (katy parry) but i live them to teh fullest i love dancing (krumping & interpretetive are my passions) but i feel that it was ruined by blaks and now asiens.
Not racist at all just dont like what danceing has become.