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If you're a guy on a dating site, here are some surefire ways to have me block you within 5 seconds of that first IM/email:- Starting off with "Hey sexy"..."Hey gorgeous"..."Hey beautiful"..pretty much any cheesy compliment that you think gets you bonus oints - it won't.- Having one or many shirtless pics. So kindly fuck off.- Majority or all of your pics being self-portraits a la camera phone in the bathroom or your car. You must have some regualr pictures of you with friend lying around somewhere. This may look good to guys looking at your profile.
A shirtless pic tells me you're looking for one thing and one thing only...which I'm not advertising.
But I guess I can just block.” That concern — of being unable to realize when someone is frequenting your profile to an alarming extent — carries over to the comments on Ok Cupid’s blog post from yesterday.“And when you’re focused on those people, your chances of higher quality connections improves.” But almost immediately, Ok Cupid ran into negative feedback from both free and paying customers.To understand why some people are upset with this decision, let’s conduct a quick refresher on how Ok Cupid works: And so that brings us to the revised approach.These are similar to regular messages but with the context attached.And just today, Ok Cupid introduced what it’s calling a “Member Pledge” that users must agree to before sending messages with the app or website.