Yay or Nay for DNA

CLEO (Malaysia) - - PROMOTION -

NO, Roz Kelly, re­porter for Nine News

“En­vis­ag­ing the out­come of a new re­la­tion­ship over a glass of wine among friends is far more en­ter­tain­ing than com­par­ing sci­en­tific swab tests. Bad dates and in­com­pat­i­bil­i­ties are all part of the ex­pe­ri­ence. Pre­dict­ing your fu­ture re­la­tion­ships would elim­i­nate the em­pow­er­ment that we gain from the failed ones. Call me old-fash­ioned, but can you ap­pre­ci­ate Mr Right if you’ve never met Mr Wrong?”

YES, Kent ‘Smal­lzy’ Small, ra­dio and TV host

“Think about your past failed re­la­tion­ships. Imag­ine if, be­fore you started any of them, you could have had an idea of what might hap­pen. Re­la­tion­ships are hard enough as it is – we’re work­ing longer, par­ty­ing harder, and have twice the dis­trac­tions. I’m all for tak­ing a lit­tle test that will re­veal if a new love is here for a long time or not. Fate ul­ti­mately de­cides if the re­la­tion­ship works – this just lets you know if it’s worth rolling the dice.”

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