There's a lot of pressure associated with texting a new match — something as simple as "LOL" may be the reason you never hear from him again. Even an exclamation point seems to tick some people off. So, where exactly do we draw the line? Should you really go back and correct that tiny typo, or play it cool? With National Grammar Day on Friday and prime dating weather just around the corner , we've got these questions on our mind — as do the folks over at online dating site Zoosk , apparently. Their team has published some research claiming that poor grammar really can have an impact on your dating success, or lack thereof — and an enormous one at that.
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By Katherine Hahn for GalTime. Ever wondered why the cutie architect from Match never answered your message? Well, really, who knows Emily Bartz of NextAdvisor. You may seem lazy, or like you don't really care enough to even proofread.
Dating disasters: why bad grammar could stop you finding love online
Today is National Grammar Day , a day writers and editors appreciate very, very much. Correct grammar and spelling has decidedly been thrown into the metaphorical trash bin, thanks to the subsequent popularity in shorthand, text speak, emojis memes, etc. But do singles care about grammar as much as editors do? The answer, you may be surprised to find, is a resounding yes. Essentially, the research found that this kind of intelligence is sexy, which is great!
Most women just want a man who has a job, a roof over his head preferably not his mom's and is willing to work hard to make a good life for his future family. But what happens when he doesn't have those things? Living in Los Angeles, I've probably encountered just as many men who have it together as those who are still trying to get it together.