If a picture is worth a thousand words, meeting in person is worth a million. Women said they are looking for a guy who is humorous, successful and tall. Note: The women outnumbered the men 2 to 1 at the meetup, so maybe the men just aren't giving it their all.
Translation: Ditch the texting and the phone for face to face interaction. Women said they feel if they are too successful or sports-knowledgeable, men stay away. So in the end, what did we learn from this Great Love Debate? Women, don't be afraid to make it clear that when interested in a guy.
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