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“UKdating” recently posted the following: women dating online typically date 23 men before they find a match they´d like to see more than once. They also usually spend 2´000 pounds in the search to that point. Now, why would a woman who likes the photo, likes the profile, likes the chat and might even like the man´s voice, say “no” for a second date after they finally meet? And then repeat that process more or less 22 times with other potential partners?
CHEMISTRY! (I can´t write that big enough)
Chemistry has been there for eternity! It´s how our species survives, it is of such a great evolutionary importance, that nature has made sure people choose (biologically) perfect match. And chemistry feels nice too, otherwise you wouldn´t listen to it in the first place (no one would want to have sex often if orgazam wasn´t such a treat! Nature makes sure we do what we´re supposed to do).
Last 10 – 15 years, it has become a mainstream thing to search for your partner online. It is where the society is today, it is the flip side of the technology.Finding a partner on an online dating site is just about perfect – except that you can´t sense the chemistry…!
It is great to date! Those first blind dates can be really exciting. It is great for 2nd, 3rd, maybe even 6th time… but 22nd blind date?! Not really.
The GenePartner Test gives you the only filter that is still missing in online dating: is this person biologically compatible with me? Is this the person I will have great chemistry with? Of course the Test doesn’t do anything your body couldn’t tell you after just a few moments with a potential partner in person. The racing heartbeat, faster breathing, dilated pupils – all that will come with a great chemistry match. The benefit is simply that it is faster and you don´t have to wait to meet the 23rd guy or 23rd girl, and wait for a year.
And, you might want to safe 1´901 pounds on all those dead-end first dates…
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