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The results even showed simply putting the eggplant emoji in your profile will increase the rate of interaction by 10 percent.
I was even more surprised when she actually messaged me back.
But she’s just as kind as she is beautiful and we’ve been happily dating for over a year now.
mention if you are looking for love: yams, fried chicken, burritos and pizza (apparently people don’t have good taste on dating apps).
Yams decrease your inbox by 70 percent and beloved fried chicken will knock you down 15 percent while the others drop response rates by 6 to 7 percent.