POSTMEDIA NEWS - Mar 15 - Toronto-based FastLife.ca reports that, based on its analysis of ~40K speed-dating interactions, men and women who "drink often, smoke occasionally, and enjoy frequent rolls in the hay are considered more attractive by the opposite sex" than people who exercise greater self-control in those areas. "At our events, you spend eight minutes chatting with somebody, and if you like them, you put a 'yes' next to their name," says Justin Parfitt, CEO of FastLife. Social drinkers earned a "yes" 44% of the time, and non-drinkers 37%. Secular men and women boasted a success rate of 46%, on average, compared to 42% for the religious. Liberal views on sex correlated with 47% success, while a more conservative outlook saw an average score of 40%.
by Misty Harris
The full article was originally published at Canada.com, but is no longer available.