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Aside from being a popular dating site, Ok Cupid is home to one of the best data blogs on the internet.

According to OKCupid, the most used emojis are: However, while they may be the most used emojis, none of these emojis are likely to get a response.

The emojis that have the highest reply rate are: It’s worth noting that while the most used emojis are happy and positive, the ones with the most responses are overwhelmingly negative or sad.

While it may be easy to dismiss something as silly as the correlation between emojis and the likelihood of landing a date, these data points are actually consistent with past Ok Cupid trends.

In January, Ok Cupid’s founder Christian Rudder wrote a post explaining the biggest myths of a user’s profile picture. To not only be moody in your photos if you want more dates, but to also use moody emojis.

One of the myths that Rudder disproved was that smiling in your profile picture is more likely to land you a date. Using sad emojis will increase your chance of getting in the sack with someone.

According to Rudder, “men’s photos are most effective when they look away from the camera and don’t smile.” And the same is true for women. Never in a million years would I have thought I’d write that sentence, but here I am, pushing my professional envelope. Next week on The Hustle we’ll be explaining if you should end your text messages with “..” or “.” or “…” or without any “.”.

“For women, a smile isn’t strictly better: she actually gets the most messages by flirting directly into the camera.” While we’ve always been told to look happy in photos, for online dating that’s just not the best advice.

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