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Another round of surveys

by Dikla Kadosh

November 27, 2007 | 3:12 pm

The second installment of JCafeLA on Sunday, Nov. 18 at Aqua Lounge in Beverly Hills featured the well-received Jewish Family Feud ice-breaker game - pink and blue cards, Jewish dating questions and little golf pencils - the perfect recipe for mingling!

Here are the results, statistically at least, of the game (if anyone got a number or even better - a date - from playing the game, we would love to know your story! Seriously):

WOMEN’S QUESTION #1

How long before you can tell whether or not you feel compatibility with a man?

A.  Within 5 minutes of talking to him 41%

B.  1 date     24%

C. 2 dates     13%

D. At least 3-4 dates over the course of 1 month   15%

E. You can never tell—that’s why divorce rates are so high!  7%

MEN’S QUESTION #1

How long before you can tell whether or not you feel compatibility with a woman?

A.  Within 5 minutes of talking to her         35%

B.  1 date     22%   
 
C. 2 dates     13%             

D. At least 3-4 dates over the course of 1 month   15%

E. You can never tell—that’s why divorce rates are so high!  15%

WOMEN’S QUESTION #2

“The Friend Zone:” how do you feel about being “friends” with a guy before dating him?

A. Strongly in favor. Being friends is the best way to get to know the “real” person, puts people at ease & friendship is the most important part of a marital relationship               25%

B. Strongly against. Romance and friendship should be totally separate, I have enough friends         9%

C. Friendship complicates things too much. Getting stuck in the “friend zone” is real             19%

D. It doesn’t bother me: getting stuck in the friend zone is a myth     47%

MEN’S QUESTION #2

“The Friend Zone:” how do you feel about being “friends” with a girl before dating her?

A. Strongly in favor. Being friends is the best way to get to know the “real” person, puts people at ease & friendship is the most important part of a marital relationship   36%

B.Strongly against. Romance and friendship should be totally separate, I have enough friends       8%

C. Friendship complicates things too much. Getting stuck in the “friend zone” is real                   27%

D. It doesn’t bother me: getting stuck in the friend zone is a myth       29%

WOMEN’S QUESTION #3

Have you ever been out on a date and started flirting with another guy?

A. Yes, but only if I felt he wasn’t paying me enough attention 17%

B. Perhaps subconsciously to appear more desirable     19%

C. As an experiment to see if he would react   7%

D. Never   57%  

MEN’S QUESTION #3

If you were out on a date with a woman and she flirted with another guy, would you tend to…

A. Think it’s cute & amusing                       8%

B. Subconsciously find her more desirable         17%

C. Start flirting with other girls         25%

D. Think she’s rude and never see her again       50% 

WOMEN’S QUESTION #4

In searching for a husband, the character/personality traits most important to me are…

A.  Intelligence, business skills, sophistication 35%

B.  Nurturing, parenting & domestic skills     10%

C. Good friendship basis, common interests   51%

D. Spirituality, dedication to self improvement   4%

MEN’S QUESTION #4

In searching for a husband, the character/personality traits most important to me are…

A.  Intelligence, business skills, sophistication   21%

B.  Nurturing, parenting & domestic skills     16%

C. Good basis for friendship, common interests   49%

D. Spirituality, dedication to self improvement   14%

A video and more details of the event coming soon…

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