University of chicago online dating
School officials have yet to comment on the new social networking page.
Loving , honest , caring , kind and fun is just one way to describe me. I am looking for a life partner to share life's special treasures. My interests include listening to music (Blues, Jazz, Rock, Classic Rock, R&B, etc.). Open to changes, you never know what life has for you, and what new lessons are you going to learn, what kind of people are you.. I like Music, Swimming, spending good time at the beach cause my favorite color is sea-blue.
Men are more attracted to names that suggest physical appearance, such as "Blondie" or "Cutie", whereas women prefer names that show intelligence, such as "Cultured".
Expressing an interest in particular hobbies appeals to prospective dates, too.
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They found that names with negative connotations, such as "Little" or "Bugg", are often linked with inferiority, while light-hearted screen names, like Fun2bwith, are more likely to result in a date.
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"I'm sure many students have heard of the stereotype that we don't have any fun, that this is where fun comes to die, that the guys are desperate," the creator and site programmer told student newspaper . The site is similar to the "Casual Encounters" section of Craigslist, but allows students to scan fellow students--rather than random people on the internet.
"We're trying to change the ages-old stereotype that UChicago students are severely sexually deprived," the site's creator writes on the site.
He said if this site sparks something of a sexual revolution in Hyde Park, then that would be good for the stuffy academic oasis.
And while he hasn’t used the site, he said he won’t rule it out either.
Imagine you're talking to someone you've just met in a bar: how would you describe yourself and your lifestyle?