We love a guy with a really good grasp on grammar, and apparently, we're not the only ones.
WIRED magazine* culled massive amounts of data from Internet dating sites Match.com and OKCupid.com and found—wait for it—that men who used the word "whom" were 31 percent more likely to get contacted by women in the dating world!
Think about it, ladies: Does your fiancé or hubby correctly use the word "whom"? And do you care? We're fascinated by this finding!
Of course, the WIRED folks did this exercise to help people create the perfect online dating profile (and we're guessing you're past that stage!) but we think there are lots of other interesting findings in this report that may apply just as much to couplehood as they do to the dating world. Among them:
*Karaoke: Apparently, the ability to belt out an awesome version of "Unchained Melody" is a turn-off for both men and women (who knew?!).
*Ink: When it comes to tattoos, women are more ga-ga for them than men.
*Surfing: This is the activity you clearly need to learn. It turns out that men and women are crazy about potential partners who hang ten. How cute would it be if you and your guy learned to surf together?! (Good news for land lovers: yoga is also a plus.)
*Selfies: Men think they're cute. Women? Not so much. (To whom it may concern.) So go ahead with the duck face.
*Cats: They're great! Just as long as you don't refer to them as "my cats." (Apparently the devil is in the details.)