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But the results were not what singletons might have expected.
Romantic hopefuls looking for love may spend hours pouring over every last detail on their dating profile, from their headshot to their hobbies and interests.'When they are preventing you because you are holding people responsible for the things that have happened to you in the past, it's an unrealistic expectation of a new person,' Louanne explained.'Everybody gets to come in with a clean slate.The biggest pet peeve of all, it seemed, was men whose online bios implied they were too good for dating sites - despite using them to meet a partner.'Anything that insinuates you're too good to be on [insert dating site here],' one woman wrote, in answer to the question: 'What are things men write on their dating profiles that are instant deal breakers?Common phrases used include 'I can't meet anybody because I work really long hours, I work shift work, I work away, all my friends are married, I don't want to meet somebody in a bar, I don't like internet dating, Tinder doesn't work'.'This is not true,' Louanne said.'You can meet people, you are just stuck on that part of the mouse wheel.'According to Louanne, 'deserve levels' that are too high can hold you back from meeting the right people.
The Online Dating Association did not respond to a request for comment.