) is that some folks say they want something different than what they actually are looking for. I once had a guy ask me where I would go if I could travel back to any point in time.
I have never initiated any conversation, but I think it has more to do with my personality . I thought it was an interesting conversation starter so I gave it some thought, replied, and then asked what he would answer.
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All I know is the night I signed up, I was on the app for probably two hours straight, swipe-happy, chatting with so many “eligible bachelors” and thinking this was, well, the greatest thing ever. Fast forward to six months later, and my Ok Cupid profile now brings in the majority of my new dates. Let’s see what Carly, 27, from Bella Vista, Victoria, 24, from Center City and Miranda, 25, from Rittenhouse have to say: Although I didn’t have a particular “favorite” site, I liked that Ok Cupid allowed you to answer questions and view other’s answers to questions, and Coffee Meets Bagel was just adorable and built suspense knowing that every day at noon you’d get a new match — it wasn’t overwhelming like other sites.
The images are large because I, for one, am tired of Web sites where interesting material is all but illegible.
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