" in january, ronald french's son, simon, took up the narrative after roger squires (the telegraph's current monday crossword compiler) had repeated the story in the wolverhampton express & star. the site also has quirky quizzes for members to determine which character on “lost” they resemble and what kind of dating personality they have.“in general, i can understand why people are looking for any general direction or indication on how to exist in the online dating world,” mr.
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. candidacy at the university of california, los angeles, where she focused her research on dating, romantic relationships and what men and women are drawn to when evaluating a partner, joined tinder this summer to help the company understand what kind of visual cues could cause a person to swipe “like” or “nope. following a re-telling of the "d-day crosswords" in the telegraph, ronald french, a property manager in wolverhampton, came forward with further information. yagan said comscore was significantly undercounting the site’s traffic.