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Oh, and no need to think twice before sending that "LOL." It should increase your response rate by 25 percent. "YOLO," on the other hand, decreases response rates by 47 percent. Siggy Flicker, relationship expert and author of "Write Your Own Fairytale," spoke with to share some thoughts about grammar-obsessed daters. The term was first used in the mid-1950s in relation to the popularity of certain film stars, including Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot, Marlon Brando, James Dean, and Raquel Welch.This year Met Gala had the theme of Punk: From Chaos to Couture ..well I don’t know about couture but CHAOS was definitely the soul of the party.I mean seriously I could not pick the best or worst dress list, because there were so few I liked and so many I disliked."People need to stop sweating the small stuff," Flicker said.
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Using the former will decrease your response rate by 12 percent.
Maybe that's because nearly a quarter of the polled singles think poor grammar means someone's uneducated or unintelligent, while about the same number (27 percent) think that person is "lazy" or "just doesn't care." RELATED: IKEA: Comedian Tyler Fischer pretends to be store's couples therapist In arguably their most interesting finding, the website claims that contrary to popular belief, using a period at the end of a text message impresses singles. RELATED: 10 couples on TODAY's Plaza reveal their secrets to a strong relationship However, she added, looking into someone's education and career can be a good indicator of their intelligence level.
The majority of singles who participated in the study — a whopping 72 percent, in fact — reported that they're "turned off" by blatant spelling errors.
Example A: using "alot" rather than "a lot." The correct version is, of course, the latter.