Yeah, I'm sure science is the answer to finding a mate.
Somebody should do a study comparing the results of eharmony and other "scientific matching" sites to random chance. A "personality test" can determine who you're compatible with?
I thought you couldn't browse on e Harmony; that you are dealt profiles of those people Dr.And, to add a little lemon juice to that romantic paper cut, four of his "Must Haves" specifically have to do with intelligence. Although this guy was thoughtless in his response, maybe his overweight threshhold is waaay higher than you think it is. It's been a while, but can you look at other people's profiles before you've gotten a through a few 'levels'?He still should have kept his comment to himself, but...water under the bridge. I remember e-harmony setting me up with a few decent women but those did have pictures weren't anything like the women I was attracted to. So either, this guy didn't read my profile at all, or read it, shrugged his shoulders and sent his stuff on without pausing to consider whether the inclusion of "I can't stand someone who is overweight" might be the least bit helpful.Mine has fuzzy wuzzy stuff like "I must have someone who is a good communicator," and "I can't stand someone who is belittling, impatient or hateful to people in any situation." Him?Down on his list of "Can't Stand" is "I can't stand someone who is overweight". Everyone has their taste, attraction cannot be dictated, etcetera etcetera.