Tiger online dating
And it's possible that tiger pictures do get results.Ok Trends, a research blog of Ok Cupid data, posted a study in 2010 that reviewed 7,000 profile photos.Like Oath, our partners may also show you ads that they think match your interests.Learn more about how Oath collects and uses data and how our partners collect and use data.Expedia quickly followed suit and committed to ending bookings for some wildlife activities.
Whether or not that anecdotal information is accurate, the phenomenon has inspired a number of blogs documenting the big cat trend including 'Tigers of Tinder,' 'Tinder Guys With Tigers' and 'Tigers on Tinder.' "A tiger has powerful symbolism," Catalina Toma, a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor and expert on the social effects of online communication, told USA TODAY Network. The pose, location and subjects in the photos communicate aspects of the individual's personality such as interests and values, according to Toma.
Online daters beware: There's a tiger trend on the loose.
A substantial number of men, and some women, are using online profile photos of themselves posed with tigers to turn heads, according to a recent Wall Street Journal report.
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