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In a recent survey, (I lost the site reference, sorry.) it was determined that about 50 percent of women and 38 percent of men use Facebook to research their dates before meeting with them.

Additionally, 50 percent of women and 30 percent of men say they’d definitely cancel a scheduled date with someone if they found something they didn’t like about the person.

The survey also found that almost 50 percent of men don’t appreciate women checking on them prior to dating.

Gee. I wonder why the men oppose it.

What could they be hiding?

What have men posted that could be embarrassing?

I also wonder if women or men Google their scheduled dates?

Do you think women giggle when they Google men?

Do men titter when they Twitter women?

Hmmm…

Some daters are checking the net,

To see in advance what they’d get.

They check Facebook status,

They get it free, gratis.

To insure the date won’t bring regrets.

© 2013 Ronald J. Yarosh

Comments on: "Dates Data Determine Desirability" (2)

  1. How true. Times have changed drastically.Take care.

  2. In the old days, when they agree to meet ‘blind’ – the guy carries a yellow rose and wears a bright red blazer and the gal wears leathers under a white frock. How do I know 🙂

    The guy actually turns up in black and shades, the gal turns up with her best friend – just in case.

    With that many blind dates and love been bling and all – no wonder divorces have skyrocketed (You read that right, bling, not a typo).

    With FB, it gets to be worse – because what you see is not what turns up – that picture she loaded on FB – 10 years old.

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