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February 11th, 2011
Just in Time for the Weekend

Want to Know Whether You're Going to Have Sex On the First Date? Here Are the Questions to Ask

The dating website OKCupid just released a new study based on MILLIONS of questions they asked their users.  And they put together this guide of random questions that can supposedly get you key info on a date.

Here are the questions you should ask when you want that sensitive information . . . but don't think it's appropriate to ask for it directly.

#1.)  If you want to know "Will he or she have sex on the first date?" ask . . . "Do you like the taste of beer?"
There was a statistically significant connection between liking beer and having sex on the first date . . . beer drinkers of both genders are 60% more likely to be down with having first-date sex.

#2.)  If you want to know "Do we have long-term potential?" ask three questions:  "Do you like horror movies?" . . . "Have you ever traveled around another country alone?" . . . "Would you throw it all away and live on a sailboat?"
32% of successful couples saw eye-to-eye on the answers to those three questions . . . horror movie taste, sense of adventure, and wild, fantastic desires.  That's a statistically significant connection.

#3.)  If you want to know "Do we have the same politics?" without directly asking, ask . . . "Do you prefer the people in your life to be simple or complex?"
People who prefer complex friendships and relationships are liberal at a two-to-one rate.  People who prefer it simple are conservative at a two-to-one rate.

#4.)  If you want to know "Is my date religious?" you should ask . . . "Do spelling and grammar mistakes annoy you?"
People who are okay with bad grammar and spelling have a two-to-one chance of being at least moderately religious.   


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