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There are guys who will do that no problem but I’m not one of them. I also “judge” if I’m interested based on what they write in their profile, and how they correspond with me, meaning if a guy writes, “ur cute, we should meet 2day” or something of that nature, good riddance.
Reply I’ve never used a dating website,but I know plenty of people that do, and they all say that if the person doesn’t have a photo attached to their profile, they don’t even bother looking any further. The truth is both are getting hosed in some way or another, but that’s true in real life too.
The marketing folks at The Economist who work on the pricing for subscriptions know exactly what they’re doing – getting you to focus on a relative comparison will drive you to the subscription they want you to buy, the 3 option, internet and print at 5.
They say if a girl put a picture up, it’s a huge red flag.
Guys have the benefit of just taking a quick look at a picture of a girl and deciding instantly if he’s interested in her by comparing her picture to the other pictures he’s seen that day.
They don’t know if you want online print, but if you want both, the $125 for both doesn’t look so bad because you now feel like you’re getting the web part for free.
I already know I’m not going get any dates after I post this since guys will think I’m a gold digger, so I might as well tell you my genius solution since I’ve gone this far.
Let’s agree that based on this study, we know that past a certain threshold, $250,000, girls care less about looks and more about money, and, there’s no amount of money a girl could make that would make a guy prefer her if she was in the bottom 10 percent in terms of looks.
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Girls will trade out looks for money at a certain point whereas guys never will.It’s true in investing, as well as dating, getting a new job, moving to a different place and a host of changes we make to (hopefully) improve our lives.Reply I’m sure statistically this is right, but I had a different experience.Guys don’t have this disadvantage because nearly all girls put pictures up! Dating sites should require that guys say how much money they make so girls a can make relative comparisons just like guys do with our pictures.Please forward this to anyone you know who works at an online dating company. ———- Kathryn plows through any news that impacts your money and makes sense of it.Her site, MSCheat Sheet.com, is dedicated to non-finance people because finance people are annoying.She has worked in the asset management industry for 13 years and has factual data to back up her claim. But you can still make an educated guess if the guy is working as a lawyer, doctor or startup anything in San Francisco… I was on a first date from an online dating site awhile back where *gasp* I let the girl pay for her own iced coffee, in part because I was annoyed that she was both late and had posted much older pictures.I never used match but on another site you can see if the guy lives alone, has roommates, owns a car or a bike, and keep narrowing your income bracket, unless he just racked up debt for the past 10 years. I got a text message lecture later about how I should have paid because it “makes her feel like a lady.” Give me a break, every time a woman manipulates a guy (particularly one she barely knows) into buying her something in exchange for her time/affection, it sets women’s equality back just a little further.Don’t tell me to respect you as a capable equal, and then demand that I help you financially before we’ve even exchanged five sentences in person. Thanks for telling all guys to not put their income up!If we’re playing tit for tat, guys leaving the income field blank is the same (in terms of importance of information) as girls not having a picture up, right?So unless more guys start to fill in the income information, the inconsistency and lack of income data screws up any relative comparisons we’re trying to make.