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11-Oct-2017 00:49

New Yorkers think they've seen it all, but with so many new restaurants and shows and weirdo tourist attractions popping up all the time, there's no way that's true. There are, like, 14 food delivery apps for a reason.Any time I've ever been on a date with a guy who could take me somewhere amazing that I had no idea existed, it's been cause for a small celebration with balloons.4. I will say though that if you cook for us, we will be sooooo hyped. We're incredibly passionate about everything all the time. he’s from South Dakota,” Lauren says, turning off her phone, which will ping with a dozen new queries before the waiter brings the check. Lauren receives around three dozen emails a day; in the last seven months, she’s received five-star ratings, the highest possible rating, from nearly 8,000 men.

(This is why OKCupid actually throttles traffic to popular accounts.

She guesses that about 20 percent of respondents have been older than 40, including married men asking her to be a mistress.

(“That brings my hope down: Oh, so, I’m gonna marry someone and they’re gonna wanna have sex with some 23-year-old?

That is, if I didn’t already do my own stunts.” The whole profile is self-aware, right down to his height, which he lists as five-foot-nine, though he’s an inch shorter. Few highlight their worst characteristics, and everyone shows their best angle—or, at least, tries.

“They say most guys add two inches,” he says, quoting OKCupid’s statistics blog, OKTrends. But James has a few simple hacks to further improve his odds.

(This is why OKCupid actually throttles traffic to popular accounts.

She guesses that about 20 percent of respondents have been older than 40, including married men asking her to be a mistress.

(“That brings my hope down: Oh, so, I’m gonna marry someone and they’re gonna wanna have sex with some 23-year-old?

That is, if I didn’t already do my own stunts.” The whole profile is self-aware, right down to his height, which he lists as five-foot-nine, though he’s an inch shorter. Few highlight their worst characteristics, and everyone shows their best angle—or, at least, tries.

“They say most guys add two inches,” he says, quoting OKCupid’s statistics blog, OKTrends. But James has a few simple hacks to further improve his odds.

“The quality is better,” she says, though she admits that the experience of sifting through such a high percentage of creeps has made her more ­pessimistic; she finds it harder to tell the difference between “someone who’s genuine and someone who’s not; tons of my friends feel the same way.” She even worries that she’s wasting her time, like she’s racking up high scores on Candy Crush rather than really connecting.