Best dating site for intelligent people
You reveal where you go on holiday, what you eat, who you hang around with and... Plus the captions on your photos can give an idea of your intelligence (watch out for textspeak and bad opinions) and your sense of humour.And now Instagram stories lets people see you walk and talk before they’ve even met you." said Scott Porter, who has signed up for Mensa Match.He said he's noticed that intelligent people are generally curious.Out of all the quirky dating apps to have come and gone since the digital sex-plosion of the late Noughties, Tinder has managed to stick around.It’s that comforting old blanket we wrap ourselves in, brilliant in its simplicity – swipe this way, or that, wait for a bit, then go on a date.
Looks like there really is no more Mr Nice Guy, as Bumble’s efforts to filter out the creeps have been rather too successful.
Aiming to cut through the noise of endless profile-scrolling, Coffee Meets Bagel sends you just one match a day based on your preferences.
Great news if you have the love of your life dropped into your inbox within a day, not so great if you get seven straight days of horse-frighteners, people you work with or that cousin you don’t talk to anymore.
Only users who fulfill Mensa requirements by testing in the 98th percentile on an IQ test can sign up for the exclusive dating website launched this week.
Mensa Match members will be linked up with other Mensa members, as well as with other Match members, said John Mc Gill, national marketing director for American Mensa."Meeting people at a higher intellectual level can really enhance your relationships," Mc Gill said.Once upon a time, people used to meet their new beau by catching eyes across a railway platform, an introduction from a mutual friend or striking up conversation in a dark room filled with inebriates and blaring techno music.