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16-Feb-2017 06:07

That was more likely to happen in small towns or rural areas, however, than in cities.The area of Downtown Chicago near Lake Michigan boasts an eclectic array of terms, from “companionate,’ to ‘gravitated.’ “One of the things I really liked was the diversity of self-expression,” Dubois says of his results.

Other stereotypically Southern terms can be found nearby, including ‘cornbread’ and ‘Baptist.’ Dubois acknowledges, of course, that the words are not necessarily representative of a place as a whole — if there aren't many profiles to use in a given location, then one person who repeats a certain word over and over in their profile could skew the whole area towards that descriptor.I like to keep fit most of the time as I use the gym as my therapy I also like to paddleboard when time permits.I start work early and generally finish mid afternoon which frees up my afternoons and evening's I'm always available for coffee or a swim down the beach as my profile will tell you I'm reasonable tall with broad shoulders which I've been told can be quite intimidating but rest assured I'm a teddy bear I also like to get out of the city when I can I love the high country but can still rock a suit and cocktail down Chapel st.Daters in San Antonio used the word ‘correct’ most often, and Austin profiles mentioned ‘clubs.’ Dubois says he was particularly interested in looking at the language used in dating profiles because so many considerations go into crafting those statements.“You have to describe yourself in a way where you sound interesting but not crazy,” he says, “It’s a balancing act." The Bay Area’s map boasts more words related to sexual orientation than anywhere else in the country, including ‘bisexual,’ ‘homosexual,’ ‘lesbian,’ and ‘queer.’ Tech words, including ‘robot’ and ‘digitized’ can also be found in Silicon Valley (south of the area shown above).

Other stereotypically Southern terms can be found nearby, including ‘cornbread’ and ‘Baptist.’ Dubois acknowledges, of course, that the words are not necessarily representative of a place as a whole — if there aren't many profiles to use in a given location, then one person who repeats a certain word over and over in their profile could skew the whole area towards that descriptor.I like to keep fit most of the time as I use the gym as my therapy I also like to paddleboard when time permits.I start work early and generally finish mid afternoon which frees up my afternoons and evening's I'm always available for coffee or a swim down the beach as my profile will tell you I'm reasonable tall with broad shoulders which I've been told can be quite intimidating but rest assured I'm a teddy bear I also like to get out of the city when I can I love the high country but can still rock a suit and cocktail down Chapel st.Daters in San Antonio used the word ‘correct’ most often, and Austin profiles mentioned ‘clubs.’ Dubois says he was particularly interested in looking at the language used in dating profiles because so many considerations go into crafting those statements.“You have to describe yourself in a way where you sound interesting but not crazy,” he says, “It’s a balancing act." The Bay Area’s map boasts more words related to sexual orientation than anywhere else in the country, including ‘bisexual,’ ‘homosexual,’ ‘lesbian,’ and ‘queer.’ Tech words, including ‘robot’ and ‘digitized’ can also be found in Silicon Valley (south of the area shown above).Would prefer something casual and ongoing someone looki ng to explore and push each others boundaries is that you?