”) to the exceptionally weird (“What are your opinions on Eugenics? The questions are picked at random from a list of tens of thousands.
You have to answer 50 to begin with, so the site can build a picture of what you are.
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.
Long story short, it involved going to her sex dungeon and being locked in a cage while she choked me and her husband relieved himself on me.
The message ended in the most English way imaginable: "Do let me know if that sounds like your cup of tea". Call me a prude, but urine-soaked homoerotic strangulation is not my cup of tea at all.
The photography for the campaign was shot by artists Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.The app quickly responded to criticism by stating that users don’t need to use their “real/legal” name in their profiles, but can’t use numbers or symbols either.As the 13-year-old dating platform aims to modernize itself to better compete with the likes of Tinder and Bumble, Hobley said launching the campaign at the start of January makes sense since there tends to be a “really big uptake in dating app behavior” in the new year.“The time was right for Ok Cupid to launch a campaign because we have done so much exciting work in terms of the experience, and we want people to think about that,” she said.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.
As few people actually bother deleting their profile, part of the torment of using OKC is wondering whether the person you've messaged is ignoring you or simply met a lovely bloke six months ago.