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Women who believe the man should be the one to make the first move might want to rethink their dating strategy — especially online.New data from OKCupid, cited by The New York Times, reveals that women fare a lot better when they take the initiative to message a man.Thankfully, there is an option for “Neither, both are bad,” so maybe the query originated with someone who isn’t a sociopath.Please, please, please tell me that this question wasn’t posed by someone who is seeking a partner that is okay with “Once a week or less” and who might be okay with someone who answered “A couple times a week.” I picture an army of hippies doused in patchouli, arm in arm and it makes me want to gag. I’m an editor, and if you can’t tell the difference between "there," "their" and "they’re," please do not apply. Who has been a) on a date with someone whose idea of dinner out was the plastic cans behind IHOP; or b) thinks that such a date is their idea of a good time?A lover of lists and deadlines, Anna Attkisson covers apps, social networking, tablets, chromebooks and accessories.
These are just some of the answers to user-generated questions asked by OKCupid, a dating site and app with 5 million monthly users.And if you follow that logic to its conclusion, stupid people should be neutered.Wouldn’t it make more sense to castrate rapists and pedophiles? As a tech nerd, clearly I think of “cellular phone.” But I’m guessing the dater behind this question is most concerned with those that think “jail cell,” not those that answer “biology.” So how many jailbirds did that person have to meet through OKCupid to warrant asking this?If any match for me suggests we do hot yoga on a date, I’m going to assume this was posed by you. But this question seems to suggest that an OKCupid member feels that if you can’t spell onomatopoeia, you probably don’t earn enough money to afford a night out. I don’t want to know any "freegans" (those who eat food that's been thrown away), and I hope you don’t stumble across them on OKCupid.
I know the economy has hit some of us hard, but I’d rather sidle up to a soup kitchen line before Dumpster diving for my dinner. The site claims that its questions should apply to anyone.
At some point it probably turns into a numbers game for them. And then there are the "scripts" she told me about: "Some men really blow it by using scripts or templates. By identifying this first, you can help narrow the pool of people online would would Part of me was disappointed in the lack of effort and sincerity that so many of my fellow men exercised in communicating with me, a supposed female Brooklynite who's single and looking.