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It was also weird to see a couple people I actually know, but don’t really The thing I liked most about my OK Cupid experience is the fact that I could choose how to proceed.

The site allows for different gender and sexual expressions.

I also like how OKC makes it a point to let you know if there are things you really don’t agree on, with the enemy rating.

There are a number of other features as well, such as a swiping feature, similar to Tinder, that allows you to quickly make decisions about people in a gallery at the top of the page. You can choose to go “incognito” so that others can’t see your profile unless you either like or message them.

This seems like a cool feature that can provide you with insight into whether or not sending a message is worth your while.

Most of the people who contacted me with thoughtful messages, and those I ended up devoting actual time to, were pretty well matched.

You can sign up to have indications of new matches, new messages, and even see when people are checking you out — right now!

It depends on which plan you sign up for, and how much you are willing to pay to find true love (or have a little fun).

When you pay for A-List Basic, you can see who likes you, read message receipts, and browse profiles invisibly.

Paying can also get rid of the ads and allow you to change your username without any trouble.

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