Not bad odds considering that 6% of the women had a preference for "any man I can get". No doubt they will end up hooking up with the 1.6% of women who claim to be "very beautiful".Not sure that's a preference so much as a default setting. This is according to the rules of natural selection, which will beat an algorithm any day. Back in 2008, when the South African market was just starting to push through social and technological barriers, the industry would have been the size of an Aryan gene pool.
, "81% of online daters provided inaccurate data on their profiles regarding height, weight or age".
This varies between R80 and R150 a month depending on how many months you commit to.
It's not as much as the R2 390 that the average online dater spends in the United States every year, but then our numbers don't compare with Europe and the US, where online dating is the norm rather than the exception.
It's hard choosing just one angle for your entire life story. The best profile photographs always cover the basics – sexy, sporty and slightly mysterious.
Surfing photos show physical ability and put you in a bikini, in Europe or at least Durban (this also shows you travel).
I know that we are not 100% compatable [sic] but I just needed to say the following to you." The "following" was a long metaphor that found the most unusual ways to compare surfyogi with an angelic being – from the high school standard, "I thought angels only excist [sic] in heaven", to the saccharine, "hell the men in your town must either be blind or gay to look past a beautifil [sic] smile and angel face like yours." Hell, I wanted to tell Pete that our compatibility pretty much ended with his misspelling "compatable" but instead I let him work out what the site's "matching algorithm" took only seconds to calculate – that we were never going to live happily ever after.