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' "We got on great straight away and just weeks later went on our first date and two months later he even joined my family on holiday in Spain."As we jetted out he asked me 'So, do I tell people I'm your friend or your boyfriend?‘I saw the opportunity to have a little fun with them,’ Marissa told uk.‘My family loves to joke around, and so I took it a step further thinking if I made the pictures similar at first glance, they might actually be hard to notice."Now we have beautiful Bethany and George has his own daughter, a two year-old black Labrador called Ebony." Katie admits she may never have found Richard or George after dismissing at first the idea of going on a dating site.She explained: "Being a primary school teacher and in my late 20s most of my working day is spent with young children or women.
But there is, of course, a caveat: using Fido as date-bait is far more effective if you happen to be a single guy. Even dog ownership isn’t exempt from male privilege.) The study, titled 'The Roles of Pet Dogs and Cats in Human Courtship and Dating' and published this month in the quarterly research journal Anthrozoos, surveyed random users in the United States who included pet info in their dating profiles.(THAT GUY AND THAT PUPPY, THOUGH.) Men are onto this tactic, too.Guys were more than twice as likely to admit that they’ve used a pet to lure a potential date, the study said — and dogs were used far more than cats as this sort of “social tool.” But the romantic perks of dog ownership doesn’t necessarily extend to women, according to the survey as well as my own highly unscientific follow-up research, i.e. (Courtesy Deborah Ben-Moshe) “Women see a guy with a dog, and they see a guy who is responsible and wants to settle down, and that’s really endearing,” Ben-Moshe says.The study (which has some notable limitations — the survey sample comes exclusively from the online dating pool, and includes only heterosexual, gender-normative people) pointed out that because pets are increasingly treated like members of the family, their role as a stand-in for potential future kids is all the more significant.
Hence the “Hot Dudes with Dogs” account on Instagram, and those Purina Puppy Chow “Puppyhood” video ads featuring that floppy-haired guy and his floppy-eared puppy: All just a shameless ploy to win over the ladies by using our evolutionary instincts against us.
Katie went on: "About 18 months after we first met online Richard proposed and we married the following year at the local church.