THIRD of singletons admit they would snub second date with a prospective partner if they couldn’t spell
- Study of 2,000 people found four in ten are put off by one word answers
- Cheesy selfies were another bugbear to emerge from the research conducted
- People were also turned off by too many emojis being used in replies
A third of single people would snub going on a date if their potential suitor’s messages were littered with spelling and grammatical errors, a new survey shows.
The study of 2,000 people also found that four in ten would be put off by receiving only one answer to a series of questions. And a similar number are turned off by too many emojis in a reply.
Cheesy selfies were another bugbear to emerge from the research by dating site Match. Spokeswoman Vicki Pavitt said: ‘It’s clearly important to carefully craft the content of your messages if you want to ensure a second or third date.’
Cheesy selfies were another bugbear to emerge from the research by dating site Match
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