Canines can help grease social interaction, the researchers say, adding that dogs boost perceptions of kindness, thoughtfulness, and sensitivity.Women found guys with heavy stubble—about 10 days’ worth—to be more handsome than those with a lighter shadow, a full beard, or a completely clean-shaven face, Australian research found. Some people out there are making dating MUCH too complicated.Of course, getting really good with women isn’t easy. But just because it’s not something you can do in an afternoon doesn’t mean that it has to be to make the most of her genetic gifts and spend the time at the gym, the spa, the mall, the hairdresser, and so on. They think that these women are all vain, or unintelligent, or shallow (or they say that that’s what they think – usually they just resent a history of rejection from beautiful women).Linger alone for a bit -- walk slowly to the restroom, browse the jukebox or order your own drink from the bartender. You can seem happy and fun without letting every man in the area know that you’re available and ready to mingle.Flirting with everyone within arm’s reach will make the cute guy nearby look for a girl who’s less busy.Credit it to something called the “cheerleader effect,” the researchers say.
"I know 14% of individuals are more likely to be swiped right on if they are smiling because everybody knows that smiling confers kindness and approachability," says Carbino.
In fact, 40% of ladies gave up their digits after they saw men smiling, cooing, and talking with the tykes.
Man’s Best Friend, indeed: According to the same French study, women were three times as likely to give out their phone numbers to a guy on the street if he approached them with a dog than if he inquired alone.
Don Steele, author of People who used positive words like “creative,” “ambitious,” or “laugh” in their online dating profiles received 33% more messages, according to a survey from dating site Zoosk. "People are really concerned about not deviating from what is considered normal, [but] I think that people are actually doing a huge disservice to themselves because they aren’t standing out from the other hundred people in their geographic radius who match their age and gender criteria." Guys who posted selfies on their online dating profiles received fewer messages, a survey.
Mentioning hobby-related words like “book” or “read”—or including info about running, jogging, or lifting weights—provided a significant message boost, too. Men whose first message contained words like “dinner” or “drinks” saw their response rate plummet by 35 percent. Carbino says that women find shirtless selfies "very unattractive.