Love Bites: Match.com and Today.com Reveal Singles’ Attitudes on Dining and Dating

Match.com has teamed up with Today.com, Today show’s online home, to reveal singles’ dating do’s and don’ts on the ever-so-important dinner date! From carnivores’ pickiness to flirting with the wait staff, the “Love Bites” survey reveals what singles’ opinions for dating and dining success. Check out the juicy results below.

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1 in 3 Singles Would Choose Food Over Sex – Today.com

Match.com and Today.com Reveal Singles’ Attitudes on Dining and Dating Press Release

Did you agree with the results from the survey with Today.com? Would carnivores really decline a date from a vegetarian, or would women rather give up sex than chocolate? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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