That’s according to a survey of 2,800 singles released this week by dating site Plenty of Fish, which concluded that “ladies may want to consider putting the words ‘pumpkin spice’ in their online dating profile.” (The same did not hold true for men.) This is mixed news for the dating set.
Guacamole can be quite pricey: An order of it at some higher-end spots in New York now tops .
Visit Their Website What, you have yet to join Plenty of Fish?
You must be newly single, avoid online dating altogether, or have doubted the claims your nearest and dearest have touted about the site.
Pumpkin spice and guacamole aren’t the only phrases that can get you a date. Fully 15% of American adults say they have used at least one online dating sites and/or mobile dating apps.
According to data from 12,000 profiles released last year from dating site e Harmony.com, a number of words make a potential love interest more likely to respond to you. That’s up from the 11% who reported doing so in early 2013, according to data from last year released by the Pew Research Center.
Plus, many members take it upon themselves to organize events and meet & greets for everyone to attend, and the place to find such events are in the forums.
Other unusual features include a list of "who loves me" (those who have added you to their favorites), a search for members by the University they previously attended, and the who you'll marry feature.
Physically fit ( 96% more interaction than daters who did not use this word) 2.
Catfishing, phishing and sexy chat-botting: the online dating world can be a confusing place.
Finding love is not about handing over a monthly fee to a dating site that only cares about making sure you stay another month to pay them again." ~2007 from With one of the fastest sign ups possible (most questions can be deferred for later), Plenty of Fish offers most of its features at no cost to the user whatsoever, including instant messaging, smiles, compatibility testing and matching, general dating and geographic forums and a hot or not photo rating system. It doesn't take a browsing single long to run across a profile that proudly exclaims, "Just here for the forums!
Users can also see who have looked at their profile (although now for a fee as of December 2010), ban certain types of users from contacting them (such as from certain regions of the world or people only looking for sex), and add people to their personal favorites list. " Ranging in topic from dealing with a broken heart to non-dating related debates, the forums are an excellent way of 'meeting' people virtually.
Take Ashley Madison, which had its entire source code, internal company emails and 37 million customers' personal information dumped onto torrenting sites earlier this year.