The study done by e uk took a look at 12,000 online profiles to see which top 10 words, being used by both men and women, were the money shots, or as the researchers call them, words with the "date factor."Coming in at number one (46 percent) of the enticing words you, ladies, should be using to seduce a dude in your profile was "sweet." Yes, more than anything men are looking for a "sweet" woman, but honestly, who’s going to admit they're a horribly mean bitch in their profile?
Following "sweet," we have "ambitious" (39 percent), "thoughtful" (30 percent), "spontaneous" (30 percent), "physically fit" (22 percent), and rounding out the top six was "funny" (21 percent).
Hindsight has pointed out that on his profile he listed he wanted a “casual relationship” as opposite to my listing of wanting a “serious relationship”.
The truth is that if we tell you that we don’t know what’s going to happen in the morning, nothing will ever happen. Because we actually want someone that we can talk to, vent to, and hang out with. And if women are being honest, they loved to be chased. But human attraction goes far beyond rational thinking and logic.
So understand, Laura: while it might work for YOU if commitment-confused men restricted themselves exclusively to the “adult” personals, it doesn’t actually work for MEN. So understanding that, know that men’s first prize is to have sex (I’m sure some guy out there will say “no”, but trust me, this applies to the other 99.9%).
A new study found that when it comes to luring in a potential dates, it's not about where you've been or who know.
Instead, it's about who you are and the words you use to describe yourself.