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He’d been called lazy, aimless, and irresponsible with money.
Sometimes the actions the user takes showed Ok Cupid that she is interested in people who don’t meet her stated requirements.
“It’s all about showing the right products to the right people,” Yagan said.
Before long, his new relationship fell into that familiar pattern.
“I’ve never been able to make a girl feel like she was the most important thing in my life,” he says.