Men lie about height online dating
There's also the damsel-in-distress line that we've all heard, "I can’t help who am attracted to".
When surveyed, they said that they hoped that their personalities would cover up the extra pounds, smaller cup sizes and undisclosed years when they finally meet the men they are interested in.
Tinder responded by publishing its own data, which found a much smaller percentage of married users: As writer Jana Kasperkevic noted in a piece for The Guardian, "the problem with all of these surveys and all the data is that it relies on Tinder users telling the truth, which a married Tinder user might conceivably not do."Damona Hoffman, an online dating expert, told ATTN: via email that many users will lie about things that make them "conventionally more attractive.""Therefore men lie about their height, income, and age," Hoffman wrote."Women lie about weight or body type and age more frequently."Spira made similar comments about appearance lies to ATTN:, adding that men are often dishonest about their height."With men, some tend to fib about their height by a few inches if they are under 5’10,” as they know women respond more to men who are tall," Spira wrote.
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Lets face it, we have all met heightist women online from the blatant and curt, "Do NOT contact me if you are under 5’ 10” (note the capitalization), to the politer sounding, “strong preference for tall men.” Another category of heightist women you will meet are the kind who will 'apologize’ for your height to her friends and family even though no one mentioned it.