REED: No, but I figured the woman I was trying to create probably constitutes Aaron Carter’s basic fan base. REED: Well, Aaron Carter is the younger brother of a Backstreet Boy who had a brief and ill-advised rap career. And keeping America American, to me, is sort of code for I don’t like people who don’t look like me. She got probably 10 times the number of messages that my real profile got. REED: Well, Aaron Carter Fan’s one redeeming quality is that she is very good looking.
I had the profile up for two or three weeks, and she got close to 1000 men message her.
She wants to experience and enjoy sexual tension based on how the guy is behaving and managing the dynamic in the interaction between them.
It’s exciting for her and it makes her want to kiss and have sex to release all the built up sexual tension.
On the other hand, if she doesn’t mention her children until later in the conversation and acts as though she is single, then she’s probably just looking to have a one night stand or a casual relationship with you.
So under the section “what I am really good at” the only thing she lists is “convincing people I’m pregnant.” DUBNER: LOL at the end of it. DUBNER: And how many dates did you have then out of Aaron Carter Fan fishing? [THEME] ANNOUNCER: From WNYC: This is FREAKONOMICS RADIO, the podcast that explores the hidden side of everything. [MUSIC: The Diplomats of Solid Sound, “The Cuber Bake” (from Let’s Cool One)] DUBNER: We’re talking today about online dating.This week’s episode is called “What You Don’t Know About Online Dating.” (You can subscribe to the podcast at i Tunes, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.You can also read the transcript, which includes credits for the music you’ll hear in the episode.) The episode is, for the most part, an economist’s guide to dating online. ) You’ll hear tips on building the perfect dating profile, and choosing the right site (a “thick market,” like Match.com, or “thin,” like Glutenfree Singles.com? You’ll learn what you should lie about, and what you shouldn’t."I literally delete 96 to 97 percent of the matches," he admits.The Manhattan-based real estate agent gave us his tips on putting your best Tinder profile forward. Always swipe right: "I pretty much swipe right to everyone," explains Hawver.