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Women Are More Likely To Judge You Based On Your Phone

3310 ain't too tough now, eh?
by Andrei Medina | Feb 11, 2017
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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so you might want to make sure that you’re all prepped up for your date during the big day.

To maximize your chances of scoring big, we’ve compiled some tips from a recent study conducted by Singles in America 2017.

According to their survey that involved 5,500 single participants, women were 86 percent more likely to negatively judge you if your phone had damage, like say screen cracks so you better give your phone a makeover.

The survey also revealed that during a date, singles don’t want you to:
-text (66 percent)
-answer calls (75 percent)
-have your phone face up on the table (58 percent)

So in short, keep your phones in your pocket and you’ll pretty much be in the safe zone.

But the game isn’t limited to dating. You will also be judged on social media for your posts, pictures, grammar, smile and the clothing you wear so be wary of those too.

Meanwhile, other turnoffs include being super active on social media and ranting on your posts especially on Facebook.

On the other hand, millennials are more likely to find you hot if you both watch the same TV series. Naturally, Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead are good conversation starters.

As a bonus, the survey claims that chatting with your Uber driver about your love life will increase your chances of having sex by up to three times.

So now you know what to do before February 14 drops.

 

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