Tag: Online Dating Research
“Singles spend an average of about $60 a month, or $738 a year per person, on dating-related activities to find a special someone, according to a survey out today that asked about sex, relationships, dating behavior and what’s OK in a relationship.” Wait, what? USA Today, go home, you’re drunk. With Valentine’s Day around the […]
That’s a lot of people that met online, isn’t it? A new study published yesterday shows that over 34% of married couples met online in some capacity. Not all of them were online dating sites – some were games and social media – but that’s an impressive statistic.
Dating is tough; there’s no doubt about that. It takes a lot of courage to walk up to someone and start conversation, especially if that someone is standing with a group of their close friends. Jason Biggs from the first American Pie comes to mind, when he approaches Nadia at a house party only to […]