An old one from xkcd. I’m not sure whether to laugh or cry, but I think he’s implying that people who make graphs on weekends are super dateable.
are you sure? Wouldn’t being super dateable mean you weren’t actually dating anyone and were as a consequence somewhat desperate?
I prefer middle-of-the-week dates.
Coincidentally, OkCupid recently published some real data on just this topic:
That OKCupid article is very good.
Includes the creepiness formula!!
Unless you live in utah..
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