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The UW/Cornell study found women and men subtract 8.5 and 1.5 pounds, respectively, on average.
Rather than be dishonest, skip over the weight question, recommends Ettin, who points out that people carry their pounds differently.
In fact, a study conducted by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Cornell University found that 80% of online daters lie about their height, weight or age.
Here, we examine the most frequent fabrications, how to spot them in others' profiles and why they're not worth including in yours.1.Height Both sexes tell tall tales, but men are more than twice as likely to (literally) stretch the truth.