An analysis about online dating published in the journal Evidence Based Medicine suggests that men are drawn to online profiles in which a user name signifies physical fitness, while women prefer user names indicating risk-taking. The joint data analysis, by researchers with Queen Mary University of London and the University of Texas, found that choosing internet dating handles that begin with a letter in the first half of the alphabet is as important as uploading a flattering profile pic or crafting the perfect introductory headline.
"Initial interest was best captured through: a desirable screen name starting with a letter in the top half of the alphabet; an attractive still picture; and a fluent headline message," the paper says.
"Those embarking on this medium can use the evidence-based approach from the outset," the researchers wrote.
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Turns out a rose by any other name does not smell as sweet. Personally, I dislike the name Brett — it sounds too preppy for my taste — and love the name Tiffany.
Perhaps "Tiffany" sounds too innocent to some guys, like someone who would wear a delicate Tiffany's necklace? A representative from The Grade tells me they're not surprised certain names are considered hotter than others but also at a loss as to why people prefer the names they do.
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