More and more of today’s love stories start with people making contact on the Internet starts with the following: “I was going to bed at two o’clock in the morning and frequently visiting the site to check whether Dima had sent me a reply or not.Then he suggested we meet up…” Moscow resident Milena, for example, got to know her boyfriend almost two years ago, through the dating website (the name comes from the Spanish word “teamo,” meaning “I love you”).
The Russian and American sites work on the same principle: when users register, they answer the questions on a test, and this is then used to compile a psychological profile of the user.
The only difference is the number of criteria used.
The Russian site uses 17, while the American site has 29 — almost twice as many.
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