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Taffy's founder, John Schenk, explains that the process "[puts] personality on a level playing field with physical appearances." He notes that after about 10 back-and-forth messages, the picture gets fully revealed, but adds that soon, the app's algorithm also looks at the quality of the conversation.

Apparently, straight guys are more likely to match with women if one of those three words is in their bio or description.

Several years ago I was chatting on an online dating site with a man who claimed to have a graduate degree.

It seems being a content and loyal person just doesn't cut it these days, WTactual F?

I raise this issue because the strongest results in the paper are the ones measuring photographic self-deception, where people have posted pictures of themselves in which they appear significantly more attractive than they do in everyday life.

Whatever happens, Schenk's refreshing approach to the wild world of dating does seem like a refreshing change.

Anyone who's no stranger to online dating or the hell on Earth that is dating apps, will know there are certain things someone can write on their profile that just instantly turn you off.

Dude posing with a chained-up tiger cub and a grin on his smug, sunburned face? Someone posed next to four of their friends so you can't figure out which one they actually are? So, if you're a woman, apparently you should avoid the word "shy" like the plague. We'll never know, but clearly people think women should be loud and confident all the time rather than multi-layered, complicated individuals.