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Another survey found that ‘basic’ ladies are steaming hot: Potential love interests are 8% more likely to reach out to a woman who has the words “pumpkin spice” somewhere on her dating profile, than they were to those who didn’t mention the fall drink.
That’s according to a survey of 2,800 singles released this week by dating site Plenty of Fish, which concluded that “ladies may want to consider putting the words ‘pumpkin spice’ in their online dating profile.” (The same did not hold true for men.) This is mixed news for the dating set.
"As a nation, we are trending toward more spicy foods. They keep amping up the spice level with capsaicin," says chef Phillips.
"People are also breeding chilies and creating hotter and hotter hot sauces with capsaicin extract." So where does that leave the less vocal group, who really can’t tolerate more than a bell pepper and a crack of peppercorn?
5 words men might want to consider putting in their online dating profile: 1.
Physically fit ( 96% more interaction than daters who did not use this word) 2.
And what about people who can’t handle any heat at all?
Two new surveys find that adding certain foods to your online dating profile may be the key to scoring more dates.
Indeed, daters who use the word “guacamole” in their profiles get 144% more messages from potential love interests, according to a survey of 7,000 singles released Monday from dating site Zoosk.
But thrill-seeking doesn't capture the complexity of attraction to heat; it turns out that men and women may grab the Texas Pete for entirely different reasons.
Women who douse their foods in hot sauce do it for the kick, whereas men do it for the attention.