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Women put off by men who post selfies: survey

chandigarh Updated: Feb 17, 2014 16:02 IST
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Women are put off by men who post ‘selfies’ on social networking platforms, according to a
new survey by matrimonial portal site Shaadi.com.

The survey was conducted to understand what Indian women dislike about men.

When women were asked about the one thing they dislike the most about men, 23.1 per cent of the respondents said they dislike “men who post selfies on Facebook”.

The poll was conducted online with over 6,500 urban youth across India, said a statement Friday.
When women were asked about what they disliked about a man upon meeting him for the first time, 60.60 per cent of them said that they dislike “men who are constantly tweeting or messaging on WhatsApp during a meal”.

As many as 80.70 per cent of them said “rude behavior with the waiter at a restaurant” was a big no, and 27.13 percent voted that they dislike “men obsessed with clicking food pictures.”
“The results reaffirm our belief that the modern Indian woman knows exactly what she wants,” said Gourav Rakshit, chief operating officer pf Shaadi.com.

“She has her own beliefs, principals and wouldn’t compromise on her choices,” he added.
The poll is a part of the constant research that Shaadi.com conducts in its attempt to gauge the preferences of its members.

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