In a study conducted by Eve Peters, co-founder of Whim, a new dating app, fewer than 10 percent of matches result in real-life dates.
Moreover, it takes an average of two weeks of texting back and forth to eventually go out on a date.
Her ex Justin said that Kayla had been a 'good girl' before high school, but that all changed around the time she turned 14 and was arrested for disorderly conduct when she got into a fight at her home in Port Charlotte, Florida.
The 'huge partier' also spent four months working at the popular strip club Thee Dollhouse, where a source who knew the young woman told Radar Online that she was able to 'hustle customers and could clear up to ,000 a week'.
They were one of the most famous celebrity couples during the late 1990s, so fans were understandably excited to see Jennifer Lopez and P Diddy reunited at a party in November.
However, the music mogul's girlfriend Cassie had a few questions about their friendly get-together.
Online dating is a big part of our culture, with 15 percent of Americans using online dating sites or mobile dating apps.
The former couple dated between 1999 - 2001 During an interview on The Breakfast Club radio show, the singer said: "My woman, at the end of the day, you know, she ain't have a problem with it. "She had some questions but not, not..know, Casper was there, you know what I'm saying.
"Me and Jennifer, we gotta, people gonna be friends, man, people gonna grow, and, you know, any of my exes, they smile and they're happy to see me, you know what I'm saying, and that's all that was about.
The growing usage of technology to meet romantic partners has led scientists to explore the relationship that exists between technology and dating.
Modern technology has given online daters an almost unlimited supply of fresh dates, so people have more choices, but aren't necessarily having better luck finding "the one." Researchers have coined this “The Paradox of Choice,” which suggests the more choices people have, the more likely they are to avoid decisions, or to be unhappy with the decisions they do make.