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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.
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.
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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.
No wonder so many of our clients have partnered the Yvonne Allen way!