Wood notes that searching for people who share your interests isn't especially easy on Facebook, and says Canoodle solves that problem, helping users meet like-minded dates or just potential friends.
Of course, not everyone's Facebook likes accurately describe their personality — if you're an indiscriminate liker, or a parsimonious one, Canoodle may not be for you.
The social dating service, which launched in beta format late last year, is also now officially released today.
In an online chat, the marketing specialist said Google's culture was accepting of their partnership.
Not the best plan: The kids are totally divided on the subject, with some telling Dave he should call because 'you don't know if she says bye - if she says it in a nice way or a mean way' or texting to give time to think All you gotta do is ask: There are plenty of other differences in opinion between the kids, including this girl who tells Dave (left) not to ask too many questions, but this boy (right) tells Dave to ask plenty When Dave says he may be worried that the person might not be interested any more after a week or two, to which the little girl responds: 'Well if you have that problem, then just wait about five days'.
A bubbly girl insists that Dave should avoid asking too many questions because 'she will be annoyed' while a cute blonde boy recommends he call the girl and ask: 'Have you been thinking about me?
“Our site essentially does the small talk for you, and makes the chore of writing a traditional dating profile – which can often be an agonizing experience as you try to find the right words – a thing of the past,” said Sean Wood from Cupid.
“We now live in a time where we barely have time to stop and eat, let alone meet and date new people.