Mark Zuckerberg's first social programme was just one such "battle" of all the co-eds in the dorms at Hahvahd. So we have a trend here.
Based on looks alone, you might click A over B. But personality will often put B over A. So the battle is just a bit of fluff for those who play it. For those who've been rated and slated, it's a hint to change their profile pic to one that shows of their best features.
Older ladies are not necessarily less pretty than young ones. Dame Helen Mirren's totally a thinking man's crumpet!
Is seems unfair to pit an airbrushed photo against a non, a younger person against a mature person and so on but at the end of the day as CG mentioned above it is a good way of highlighting ones profile to other members.
To some it maybe cruel but it is worth remembering that it is more a photography competition than anything else because who you are as a person is not considered.
I was instructed to click on who I wanted to date...
REALITY? I only clicked on about 10 of 100..
Men... Make your profile picture SHOW YOUR FACE... It's called ADVERTISING... Most people will skip your profile if they can't see your face.. There is much competition out there... I'm not saying it has to be ONLY your face... BUT.. it needs to be a viewable picture of YOU.. not the tree...
I think we all know what the beach looks like...
Oh! and I am 0/0.. Almost a perfect score... right?? Bawhahahaha! :)
NO CLUE what that button is for?? My computer won't spontaneously combust if I touch it??
*Princess stares at the button for a few minutes and then decides nothing bad will happen... Right?? Sneaks in room... Praying not to make the balloons and confetti go off.... but more concerned that rotten tomoatoes are thrown... Hmmm....
Hmm- I tried it last week. Frankly, I think the concept is a little odd and its hard to evaluate a profile based on a picture alone. Clearly, MM is trying to copy the gimmick of the Hot or Not website but I think it is a little out of place here.