Dating the enemy

Complete with a set of eyebrows that are more of a mismatch than Hayley Hughes and Eyal Booker, here’s a character we’re not going to forget in a rush.

With more than five weeks left before Love Island 2018 comes to a close -that’s right we’re not even halfway – surely someone in the villa is going to bring up Sam’s eyebrows.

Ok Cupid isn't the type of place you go if you want to swipe through for a relatively superficial match: It's a place that takes time and a bit of commitment to creating a good profile and hunting down prospective matches in order to be successful.

The biggest mistake you can make is not taking advantage of Ok Cupid's compatibility features; unlike Tinder, Ok Cupid actually works to try and find someone you'll have something in common with.

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When someone has a low compatibility percentage and a high enemy percentage, it's because you have little things in common. I think this should be the Golden Rule of all dating apps and profiles.It's really awesome that Ok Cupid has a series of compatibility questions, and taking the time to answer them helps you out tremendously when navigating the site.Based on those questions, Ok Cupid will show you a percentage rating on each of your prospective matches to clue you in to how similar the both of you are based on your respective answers.Two very different people whose relationship is nose diving to get the opportunity to experience life in their partners shoes when they wake up one morning in each others bodies.Valuable lessons are learned by each as they both have to adjust to very different lives.

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