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So men will tend to exaggerate their height by a couple of inches.

The women will tend to shave 5-10lbs off their weight.

One site that Bergstrom isn't likely to log onto anytime soon, though, is e Harmony."I started to fill out their personality profile and it was -- I give them props -- incredibly extensive. I'm willing to work obviously a little bit, but it's a lot of work," says Bergstrom."I met a lot of people who are on e Harmony and the thing I heard over and over again was that if you are the kind of person who's patient enough to fill out 450 questions, there's a chance that you may be compatible with another person who's also patient enough to fill out that many questions," adds Slater.

But one of the issues people have with online dating is that people could be lying about things like their salary or occupation. "The studies that have been done show that the actual amount of lying in online dating is not as big as you think.

I said where do you want to go for your anniversary? (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED BROADCAST) TREVOR NOAH: When there was a half-black, half-white, half-African man in the White House, he was being mocked by Donald Trump. GROSS: Whenever we have an anniversary, people ask me What are your favorite interviews? And you know it, and you should be ashamed of yourself. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED BROADCAST) UTA HAGEN: Are you an actor? (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED BROADCAST) SAYKUSEN DAYADA: I had taken it for granted that the most important part of the body was located front and center. It'll let you believe things like that until it's ready to tell you the truth. The biggest, most important part of the body is the part that hurts. The last time I spoke with Maurice Sendak in 2011, he knew he didn't have long to live, and he left us with these words. I'm grateful to our executive producer Danny Miller who has been my partner in radio and my compass dating back to when FRESH AIR was just a local program.

She said I want to go somewhere I've never been before. GROSS: Now we have on comics and satirists like Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee, John Oliver, Louis C. Like, it's only fitting that now Donald Trump gets mocked by a half-black, half-white, African man when he's in the White House. GROSS: And I remember some of the totally unexpected moments like when I was in FRESH AIR's Philadelphia studio talking with Carrie Fisher who was in NPR's New York studio with her dog who started licking her hand. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED BROADCAST) MAURICE SENDAK: There's something I'm finding out as I'm aging that I am in love with the world. He gets the show on the air every day and keeps us sane as we do it.

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It used to scare me to death to walk into a bar or restaurant and meet a guy and try and strike up a conversation and now, it ain't nothing but a thing.

I can do that without being nervous at all," says Bergstrom.

Today is FRESH AIR's 30th anniversary as a daily NPR program. A lot of times in hip hop, like in rock 'n' roll...

The show is older than I was when I started in radio. It's the interviews in which something went wrong or the guest was obnoxious, like Gene Simmons. GROSS: And people always remember when a guest walks out on me like Bill O'Reilly. GROSS: That actually led to an interesting conversation about whether talking about process helps deepen the audience's appreciation of a performance or merely kills the magic. GROSS: I was so grateful that not only didn't Jay Z laugh at me, he had an interesting explanation.

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