Observing some primate behaviors (particularly the Bonobo) in dating may provide a lesson in prostitution (food for sex)and make-up sex and penis fencing.
If love can bloom on the battlefield, then by God, it can bloom anywhere it damn well pleases.
But in the end, they know, as you should, that the right match is out there, somewhere. Is your computer-savvy friend offering to help Photoshop your image for an online profile? Actually, animals remind us love at first is more likely.
Have you ever stretched the truth a bit so it seemed like you shared the same interests as an appealing potential date sitting across the table? But whether it'd a glance or a sniff, we are biologically wired to feel an intense and immediate attraction toward some people and not toward others. And this cascade of lustful chemicals coursing through our brains and bodies serves a very important function: It signals us that this magnificent person could make an excellent biological match for us to produce offspring with.
If they had proper animal dating profiles, complete with sexy animal photos and funny quotes, they wouldn't be lonely anymore.
If you've ever been single and felt like there's no way you'll ever find a partner, think how much worse it would be if you were a tiger, or a giant panda.