Does playing hard-to-get really help you score? - Page 2
She did clarify a tweet later:
Other than the one tweet agreeing with the study (until she found true love), the general Twitter consensus is quite opposite the results of the University of Virginia study cited by Dahl in her post.
Perhaps it's due to the age group—we are talking college co-eds who are immersed in the dating game thing. And games are fun...for a while, but if they go on long enough, they get really, really, really old (unless you enjoy playing Risk; of course, if you agree with the study, it's probably the perfect game for you).
I'm thinking life is far too short to make it more complicated than it already is. Sure, I like a little mystery, but rather than play hard-to-get, how about blindfold me and let me taste three varieties of gourmet chocolate cupcakes without telling me from which bakery you purchased them. Or better yet, tell me exactly how you feel about me while whisking me off on a surprise vacation to some unknown Caribbean island. The suspense will kill me...and I will love you forever. First image by L.Marie; second image by jonaldinger. Shared via Flickr.