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So what's appropriate when it comes to divulging information in your online dating profile and via social media? "Your online self needs to match your in-real-life self." After all, you have real-life relationships with many of the people you're "friends" with online. But the idea is to meet in person, not be an online pen pal, so get out there and go on a date. Don't make too many comments about physical appearance, especially ones that may be perceived as too intimate.
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