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. Should you really go back and correct that tiny typo, or play it cool?The website's findings indicate that nearly half of the 9,000 singles polled (48 percent) consider grammar to be a deal breaker in online dating. It's true that the stats vary between genders: 60 percent of men wouldn’t let grammar get in the way of pursuing a date, but 65 percent of women would.RELATED: Music, memory and love: A longtime couple renews their relationship every day But it seems almost everyone can agree on one thing: Basic spelling errors are an issue.
Couples use technology in the little and large moments.
Past girlfriends had complained about his lifestyle, which emphasized watching sports and going to concerts and bars.
He’d been called lazy, aimless, and irresponsible with money.
Jacob was single for two years and then, at 26, began dating a slightly older woman who soon moved in with him.
She seemed independent and low-maintenance, important traits for Jacob.
Using the former will decrease your response rate by 12 percent.