Not surprisingly, both sexes want someone who is emotionally healthy, and who is honest and has strong character.
On the flip side, men and women were mostly in agreement about what they can’t stand in a relationship, although there were differences in how they ranked various behaviors.
These include the universal headache of ASSEMBLING IKEA FURNITURE, personal space advocate STEVE HARVEY and my personal top hate of choice: THE SOUND OF VOMITING.
Brunette, 5’8" and bespectacled, Aaron arrived at my digital doorstep with, “Thanks for not hating me, Shana.”As a woman who rarely finds herself on the receiving end of a pickup line, the ones I hear make me squirm, and this one would’ve been particularly alarming had it not been an apropos reference to the platform it was delivered through.
The subversive dating app Hater corrals potential romantic partners based on the percentage of topics they hate and love in common.
Users can categorize over three thousand topics into Hate, Love, Dislike, and Like columns.
While statistics can be spun to make almost anything look good, I've tried to report just the basic facts.
The data has been gathered from such sources as blogs, online newspaper and magazine articles, company financial statements, company advertising information packages (including media packages), the actual dating service website (or their parent company website), and multiple website measurement services.