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You will find that in three minutes – you don’t even have time for awkward pauses, or find yourself running out of words since if at least one of you has a question or two – the conversation will flow smoothly from start to finish.
There is nothing to be fearful of when it comes to speed dating – it’s meant to be fun and usually there is a social afterwards where you can get to know people more if you wish to.
Ihle said the study suggests it is a matter of motivation, with each partner being willing to help out with the kids, but this could be more definitively tested with a twin study.
Researchers with the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology in Germany have offered a few answers in an article published Monday by the online journal PLOS Biology.
Researchers Malika Ihle, Bart Kempenaers, and Wolfgang Forstmeier used zebra finches, a species of bird that – like humans – chooses mates based on characteristics known only to themselves, mate for life, and raise their children together. Their experiment involved 160 birds, who were chosen in groups of 20 males and 20 females for a "speed-dating" exercise.
In the randomly arranged pairs, the males especially were prone to philandering in other nests.
The human application – if there is one – is about choosing a partner who will pull his or her own weight when the children arrive.
But did you know one of the Pope’s parents actually met on a lonely hearts ad in a newspaper?