How about delegating this task to a bot on Facebook?
Lara can help you find you better half. Lara is a bot from the Match.com dating site. She will look for people based on your interests.
In a quick chat where she will ask your age, location and sexual preferences, she will prompt the user to open an account on the site – all in Facebook’s Messenger.
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After setting up the account, Lara continues to ask questions about the qualities you expect to find in a potential partner and to send recommendations with pictures in the chat so you can choose what best fits your interests. It can scan up to 50 categories of user profile criteria, including astrological signs and personal imperfections.
Whenever two users are of mutual interest, it’s a match! Who knows, if this is not the opportunity for singles to change their relationship status on Facebook. Despite all her sympathy, it’s just not worth falling in love with Lara, she’s a robot, ok?
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