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Phubbing Is the New Relationship Trend to Make You Hate Dating

In the digital age, we have a lot of terms for bad relationship behavior. There’s ghosting, haunting, and benching or breadcrumbing, just to name a few. Thanks to our iPhones and social media, it’s become easier and easier to weave in and out of one someone’s life on a whim.
Read more: http://www.allure.com/story/phubbing-relationship-dating-trend
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This dating app lets users match with celeb lookalikes

A dating app is offering people the chance to meet lookalikes of their favourite celebrities thanks to new facial recognition technology. Through the app, called Badoo, singletons can choose any well-known star they fancy – or even upload a picture of a non-famous person who they know – to find doppelgangers nearby. The dating company said the new feature would enable people’s celebrity wish lists to “become a reality”.
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Why men take selfies from below and women from above

This is the real reason why women take selfies from above on their dating profiles… and men from below. WITH millions of dating profiles out there, it is important to select the right photo so you stand out from the crowd. And new research shows that both men and women are guilty of manipulating their profile images to make a good impression – and you may not even realise you are doing it.
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Criminal gangs are using dating apps to scam thousands out of ordinary users

Criminal gangs are using online dating sites to steal hundreds of thousand of pounds from their victims, the boss of eHarmony has said.  Fraudsters are using a technique known as catfishing, where a person uses a fake identity to attract those looking for genuine dates, to trick victims into sending them money.