At least that’s the wisdom gleaned from a recent study on the most successful opening lines on dating apps.More from The Daily Dot: “The global struggle to prevent cyberwar”Predictably, “Hey, what’s up?In New York, dating is notoriously difficult, with seemingly endless app options all of which promote quantity over quality.They might promise to make finding love–or at least a hook up–really easy, but there are now apps that make it even easier.” was a sure-fire way to More from The Daily Dot: “Occulus Rift inventor Palmer Luckey says virtual reality was never really about gaming”Different regions of the U. also saw different types of questions receiving varying degrees of success.For example, daters in Want to make a move on an interesting woman?
Bumble, created by a former Tinder founder, has found success because its marketing campaign has attracted an elite crowd, but the thought of putting actual effort into app dating has always overwhelmed me.
Whether you're a fan of the dramatic one-liners, or you just like talking about cats and dogs — do what feels right to you.
And, if you get a response that piques your interest, even better!
” saw a zero percent increase in the amount of responses received.
(If anyone who has ever used a dating app had a dime for every time we got that boring opener, we could live like Scrooge Mc Duck.) The experiment also found that asking “What’s the most awkward movie you’ve ever watched with your parents?