Online gaming vs online dating

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All Game Styles Work Let’s get this out of the way first.

Any person who says X type of game sucks or doesn’t work is lying.

Post Facebook, that market has "moved too" In terms of consumers paying for content .

The only possible exception I can think of would be “celebrity game” when you’re famous and fans/groupies are throwing themselves at you, but we aren’t celebrities so that’s not even worth discussing.

A guy who got 100 notches from day game and a guy who got it from Tinder can be so different in terms of skills and ability that the notch metric absolutely fails to offer any meaningful sort of comparison between the two men.

At the same time that I complain about the internet, I can’t deny the trend of Western society that promotes technological ease over real effort.

And while we may be biased, we’re here to end these debates once and for all with LFG Dating, where all gamers have a professional, legitimate venue to meet and find love without scrutiny.

Since 2009 online dating industry has not grown after an initial bump.

All four types of game work All four types of game will get you laid assuming you do them correctly.

We’re not talking about which “suck” and which are “good”.

Arguably an even bigger headscratcher is why e Harmony was selected over Match, which has a much more comparable subscriber base; Match.com’s demographic and median age are likely much more comparable to Wo W.

My guess: e Harmony creates a bigger distinction; had they gone with Match the data doesn’t seem so eye-popping.

Thus, much like any other way to date, meeting someone online has both benefits and drawbacks. As it turns out, a simple analysis of the pros and cons of online dating can help out a great deal.

Fortunately, the psychological research just happens to have such an analysis.

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