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Unsurprisingly, it turns out both genders are looking for confidence in their other halves - so whether you're using an app or a website, shouting about your self worth is likely to work.
Conversely, just 0.3 per cent of men were attracted to women who boasted about being happy.
But if you've been describing yourself as 'happy', 'trustworthy' or 'spontaneous' online, you may want to start from scratch as these adjectives have been revealed to be among the biggest turn-offs.
An in-depth study of 400,000 profiles has revealed the words women and men use to describe themselves on dating profiles that turn the other sex off.
At this stage, she offered him 40% of her father’s Trust Fund, supposedly amounting to $1.5m, which translated to about R15m.
Romantic hopefuls looking for love may spend hours pouring over every last detail on their dating profile, from their headshot to their hobbies and interests.
With online dating, people learn a lot about a potential partner before even meeting them.
We spoke with Mario, who had recently moved to the city of Baltimore, Maryland.
An algorithm is a step-by-step process for solving a problem.
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The adjective was the eighth most attractive word for women to dub themselves.