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This then prompts the daters to go back online seeking more romantic encounters, they add.
Study author Professor Catalina Toma from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, said: 'Sifting through choices is potentially problematic in that it can create the perception that the grass is always greener.
Last summer as I boarded my girlfriend's SUV, she announced, "You have to listen to this song.
It will make you laugh." She popped in a country music CD and I giggled my way through Cooler Online, a song about a guy who works at Pizza Hut, drives a Hyundai, lives with his mom and dad and is 5'3".
But when he's dating online, his life is another story.
Behind the computer, he's smooth, cool, works in Hollywood, drives a Maserati, has a black belt in karate and probably earns at least six figures.
He'd picked her up and they went bowling in Winter Haven, Fla., at Cypress Lanes, which offers shoe and lane rentals for a quarter on Thursday nights, and specials on pizza and beer.
So I created another account and to my surprise I was right.
I've used POF many times over the years and I've learned many things about the site.
When I first started using the site I wasn't getting very many messages and I didn't know why. I had pictures I had an interesting bio and I even made the first impression most of the time but still no one would reply back.
Online daters with lots of potential suitors are less satisfied and more likely to pursue other partners, new research reveals.
The researchers believe having lots of choice makes people think of 'what might have been'.
A witness told investigators that Bustos had been involved in at least one similar robbery before, Ray told The Post.