Women who had never met any of the men then smelled each t-shirt, rating the odors from most pleasant to least pleasant.'With online dating, you have socioeconomic factors people try to match on — religion, how much you make,' Ron Gonzalez, co-founder of Instant Chemistry, told USA Today.The site is developed to be as easy to use as possible so that you don't waste time that you could spend going on dates and having fun with the singles that you meet off of the site.
Just like Tinder, however, it's likely to be full of individuals with questionable levels of housetraining.
You might even say it brings a whole new meaning to the word 'dogging'.
According to research by Instant Chemistry, the maker of the testing kits used by Singld Out, there is a strong correlation between people in long-term relationships having different versions of the serotonin genes and different immune systems.
The tests referenced on the website include an experiment at a Swiss University where males were asked to wear the same t-shirt for two consecutive nights.
But with Tindog, we'd argue that the Tinderisation of modern life is almost complete. Perhaps someone will come up with a dating app for gay dog owners, called Grrrrindr.