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According to data from Match.com’s 2015 survey of more than 5,500 people, single men and women who are actively looking for commitment are 74 percent more likely to give a date a second chance.Plus, a full half of men and women believe that someone from a just-OK first date can grow on them, and if you think about it, they’re right.Plus, you may need some extra time to feel a spark ... But the Singles in America study shows it really does make a difference. Or sushi Seriously better odds — maybe because you avoid a sexy vibe-killing burrito belly. (If you want a head start, choose a profile pic for your app that shows you power-posing too.and truthfully, sparks don’t matter all that much anyway. Match.com’s research shows that indulging in fine dining makes you 50 percent more likely to see each other again. That alone could up your odds of connection by 27 percent.) Bring up politics.“When you first meet someone, you know so little about them that you put too much emphasis on the tiniest details.Your date might say one dumb thing and you assume that means he or she isn’t that smart. We chat on apps, exchange witty texts, and eventually (hopefully), meet in person — often after hours of anxiously decoding his messages and trying to suss out his level of emotional investment, all before ever laying eyes on each other in the flesh.“People get so fixated on the first date, but really, that’s just a quick look,” says Helen Fisher, Ph D, a biological anthropologist and chief scientific adviser to Match.com, who helped conduct its sixth annual Singles in America study. And because we’re not totally swept off our feet, we’ll often just shrug our shoulders and move on without planning to meet again.
You see, it’s the narcissist’s job to know how we work.
When Rockefeller still can hoard en- Ough money to let Max Gordon Produce his shows, Anything goes.