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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

OkStupid: How to Not Succeed on OkCupid

Posted By on Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 8:00 AM

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Talking to people on OkCupid is an art, attempted by many and perfected by few. Countless OkCupid users spend many long, excruciating hours staring at the screen and searching their brains for something, anything to say. We've seen the products of this first hand. And below are some gems that came to our inbox. Swoon.

When courting a potential partner, the important thing is to reach out in an alluring, eloquent manner.

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click to enlarge Note: the recipient of this message is not, nor has never been, pregnant.
  • Note: the recipient of this message is not, nor has never been, pregnant.

Share something charming about yourself that the other person might not otherwise know.

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Make the other person feel special.

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Maybe suggest a wholesome, unique activity you two can do together.

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Remember, above all else, to be honest with your first message.

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And when you do find that special someone, make sure to be clear with your intentions early on.

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Good luck finding that special someone or hookup!

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