For this man, OkCupid's mathematic love formula wasn't enough. After an endless search for the one on OkCupid, an online dating site, Christopher McKinlay gave up on its mathematical formulas and decided to rely on his own.
After hacking into OkCupid's database, McKinlay was determined to find his best romantic match. He shared the details on how he found his love with HuffPost Live host Mike Sacks.
"I wrote some code that emulates a user, it logs onto the site and answers some questions, goes and finds its top match and answers a bunch more questions, records the questions and starts over. I did that for about six million questions from 20,000 users," McKinlay explained.
After 88 dates, he finally found the one, his now fiancé Christine Tien Wang.
"The vibe was different from the beginning. She sent me a message on OkCupid that was qualitatively really different from most of the other ones," McKinlay said. "It sounds almost cheesy but it was like we knew each other or had known each other before. I knew that I really wanted to pull the plug on this whole thing, and try to start a relationship with her..."
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