Unsurprisingly, it turns out both genders are looking for confidence in their other halves - so whether you're using an app or a website, shouting about your self worth is likely to work.
Conversely, just 0.3 per cent of men were attracted to women who boasted about being happy.
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And it is not just men who apparently want to be able to make their partner content, rather than finding someone who is already feeling good about life - just 0.4 per cent of women were turned on by the idea of a happy man.
Another shock revelation was that 'curvy' is a turn on for men.
Fuller left the show five episodes into Season 1 because of creative differences; creative direction was taken over by executive producers John Masius and Stephen Godchaux.
A direct-to-DVD movie titled Dead Like Me: Life After Death was released on February 17, 2009, Eighteen-year-old Georgia "George" Lass (Ellen Muth) is the show's protagonist and narrator.