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17 September 2014
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Interactive Lonely Hearts Ad

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Pick words from the drop-down menus to make your lonely hearts advert. We'll tell you about the science behind the words you choose.

Seeks .
Must .

We recognise that many people will want to choose same-sex partners. However, the scientific principles behind this test only apply to heterosexual relationships. Gay lonely hearts ads show very different patterns of preferences. See our more science article for more on this.

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