One person I know went on the site, answered as many messages as she could manage, didn't bother writing a profile, found a guy with a 99pc match, and is still with him today.As for me, well, I think my experience of the site was typical.The choice to use the phrase “DTF” in the campaign is one that Hobley said stemmed from the many pivotal moments that women have experienced over the past year, like the Women’s March and #Me Too movement.
Ok cupid and dating
Even if that latter category sounds appealing to you, remember that people blithely (or desperately) looking for a squeeze between the sheets can put more earnest daters off.
OKC may have a high member count, but a lot of women find its barrage of sex requests and outright abuse an instant red flag. One female friend complained to me that she got so many messages per day (most saying “Heyyyy”) she felt that she “was at the centre of a toad knot”.
The other reason all these people are on OKC is, of course, that the site is free to join. Well, yes, in my experience of online dating, free is very definitely bad.
And it's here where you encounter the second major drawback. Free sites are packed full with spammers and scammers and people looking for casual sex.
Ok Cupid wants singles to know that its users are DTF, but not in the way you might think.
The dating app is unveiling its first-ever marketing push this week with a slew of out-of-home posters and digital posts that give new meaning to the acronym.
Ok Cupid (OKC) stands out because it is one of the biggest dating sites out there.
It's has 30 million active users, with a million logging in every day.
Thereafter, the more questions you answer, the more likelihood the OKC algorithm will find you a match.
What this means is, with not much thought, you can fairly easily sculpt your profile to find, for example, a gay eugenics pipe smoker.
”) to the exceptionally weird (“What are your opinions on Eugenics? The questions are picked at random from a list of tens of thousands.