Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Let MTV Asia's Facebook 'Match Machine' Find Your True Love

Posted By on Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Valentine's Day is coming and you're probably going to spend it alone, again. Are you tired of looking for that special someone? Have you given up on OK Cupid and Tinder? Ashley Madison doesn't know what you want and Back Page is out of your price range? Maybe your "soulmate" has been staring you in the face? He or she might be liking your Facebook status right now.

MTV Asia created a Match Machine that will pair you with the most compatible Facebook user in your friends list. The results are based on where you live and check-ins, mutual friends, compatibility, likes, musical tastes and opinions.

There's no need to worry if you think your significant other will find out if you're curious on what's out there:

We will compare your Facebook profile with your friends to help you find your perfect match. Do it for fun, for love or for both. Share the result or keep it secret. We won’t post anything on Facebook without asking you first.

What he or she doesn't know, won't hurt them. Right? You get three potential mates. My results were freakishly accurate. I'm not telling who they are, so don't bother asking.

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