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New dating site filters out 'boring singles' with a quiz

New York, August 26 : A new online dating website is apparently taking tests of their prospective users to make sure that only "interesting" singles join the site and not the boring ones.


Loveflutter.com, which has attracted over 2,000 members worldwide since its launch in the spring, aims to "match you with awesome people who share the same interests," the New York Post reported.

A person will have to pass through a 10-question quiz to sign up on the site.

Some of the questions on the test include, 'How many times have you traveled outside of your own country in the last 6 months?', 'Have you completed or would you consider a bungee or parachute jump?' and 'Would you go to the cinema alone to watch a movie?'.

The site suggests dates based on members who have similar tastes in books, movies and TV shows.

--ANI (Posted on 27-08-2013)

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