Singles are turned off by poor grammar and eggplant emoji, a new survey says.
Let’s talk about texts.
If that guy or girl you’ve been chatting up online is suddenly ghosting you, you’re probably not sending the right message, according to a Plenty of Fish survey released Tuesday.
The dating site’s Conversation Nation 2018 report surveyed 2,000 U.S. singles ages 18 and up about what pushes their buttons over in-app chats. And that old cliche about wanting someone you can talk to or not talk to for hours really is everything: 74% of men and women said good conversation is the best indicator of great chemistry on a date, even over physical attraction. And 83% of singles said that great conversations on a dating app can lead to better conversations on a date IRL.