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Bad grammar is looked upon unfavorably by 39% of singletons, followed by crooked or discolored teeth (37%) and unfashionable (or just plain bad) clothing (35%), the survey found.The survey, which was released ahead of the 10th anniversary of Apple’s i Phone this week, found that i Phone owners are 21 times more likely to judge others negatively for having an Android, while those who have an Android are 15 times more likely to judge others negatively for having an i Phone.And those who have older models of either smartphone are 56% less likely to get a date. Improve your memory and cognitive performance with working memory training. Maintain your intellectual edge and quality of life. LOUIS IV Luxury triplex, bright, quiet, original 20’ beamed ceiling, fireplace, modern kitchen/bathroom, washer/dryer, a/c, Wi-Fi, stereo/TV/CD, sleeps 4, maid, non-smokers, photos, owner [email protected] 3,100 , open plan kitchen, DR, and LR; 3 BR & den; 2.5 baths; Sedgwick elevator; 2 WBFs.

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Nearly 15% of adults who are currently dating would think twice about dating someone with a cracked smartphone screen, it added.

“The metrics of the traditional date have shifted,” says Simon Rego, chief psychologist at Montefiore Medical Center at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.

“This is a profound commentary on today’s dating world living operating electronically online,” says Fran Walfish, Beverly Hills family and relationship psychotherapist, author of “The Self-Aware Parent.” Singletons scour social media for any sign of dysfunction and they are quick to act upon the information. (And experts say this spying is unlikely to stop if they get married.) Bad spelling is a turnoff for potential dates and employers, studies show.