Dating by books

Users pose with a copy of one of their favourite books: choices range from the highbrow (Homer) to the more simple (The Very Hungry Caterpillar), and a witty blurb prefaces most of the profiles: “Natasha is a (nearly) 25-year-old librarian from Whitechapel with a penchant for older Hungarian men.

Check her out on a date, but remember to bring her back on time!

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We collected the 13 weirdest dating books we could find, all the while shuddering at the idea of people actually reading them in search of tips for their love lives. Would you peruse any of these titles for some dating advice?

Here is some of the best worst dating advice from books that we've found.

Meet 30-year-old Richard from London, who when asked which book he would give someone he was trying to impress responds: “I’m about to give Umberto Eco's Foucault’s Pendulum to a girl who reads Dan Brown novels...

The heat coming off this hot tamale could melt the ice still on the ground faster than I can find the 🔥 emoji.

But that's cool with me, 'cause I don't mind getting a little wet.

#andwild #hotdudesreading A post shared by Hot Dudes Reading (@hotdudesreading) on The same is true for women as well but naturally, they only receive a miserable 3% more messages when they list their top titles. But there’s also a kind of literary hierarchy of attractiveness when it comes to books you list on your dating profile.

A new study by e Harmony has found which books make you more attractive to potential partners online (looking only at data from heterosexuals). But if you’re a bloke, the book that’s most likely to land you a date is by Richard Branson (?!?! ‘Screw it, Let’s Do it’ and ‘Like a Virgin: Secrets they don’t teach you at business school’ are almost failsafe ways of getting women to message you.