Pictures of people dating
There's a guy in a banana suit holding a startlingly obese cat. Perhaps you'll be entranced by the creature's lifeless eyes. There's something that banana man, Bambi-killer and the Jeep fan have in common: They're all hoping you see something in their photos that pulls you in, that you'll want to find out what's beneath the banana suit, if you will. More than 90 percent of America's 54.3 million singles have tried online dating, according to the Statistic Brain Research Institute. Swipe left and find a guy holding a dead deer by the antlers. You should keep this in mind because Cupid has traded in his arrows for a swipe-right on his phone.
So what better way to test things than with the help of some of my obliging readers?But unless you spent a summer working at a local fair guessing peoples' weight and height, the deceptions are so small, on average, that most people probably wouldn’t pick them out in a first date.In the study, 69 currently active online daters were invited to come into a lab.The data didn't include the most and least attractive photos in order to just look at certain photo factors rather than the attractiveness of the person.The results may hold for anyone looking for love, regardless of whether it's digital dating.