That's why the gals who responded tend to drop the guy who can neither cook nor pick out a good restaurant for take-out, who haven't figured out a better system than laundry once a month, or who respond to our suggestion to call a cab at the end of the night with, "Okay, but do you have some cash? Be able to run the date—and your life.“Loving your mom, being devoted to your mom, all that's well and good... But loving her too much (i.e.: living with her past the age of 23, calling her daily/nightly, needing her to do basic chores like laundry) is a major turn-off.”Also: A bad temper.
"Waxing and shaving yourself bare tells us you take yourself way too seriously. but if you throw your money around as if there is no tomorrow, we’re skeptical. I’d rather rent a movie with you at home than watch your card get rejected at a restaurant or spot a Shut-Off Notice on the counter.”This was by far women’s number one complaint.
You hear a lot about how difficult it is to date in Charleston. I e-mailed them a couple weeks ago and asked them to tell me which behaviors their dates often think are hot/normal/acceptable, but tend to end things before they get started. Rabid sports behavior ("Having a team is okay, planning your life around the games makes us want to jump off a bridge.").
But you gotta admit—some people don't make it any easier. Research Note 1: Gals’ responses were in line with each other and consistent (perhaps because men are pretty consistent?
" —Carla, 25"Telling lies." —Camey, 22"Dishonesty." —Bridgett, 23"Crazy U-Haul lesbians." —Amber, 24"Someone who cheats, is dishonest, or has no confidence." —Lorema, 34"Lying." —Courtney, 42"No sense of humor!
" —Brit, 25"Unemployment." —Shelley, 27"Smoking and B.
met up with thousands of lesbians at Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend in Palm Springs, California (colloquially known as "lesbian spring break"), to find out their dating deal breakers.
Here's what they had to say."Someone who doesn't like to travel or have fun, or someone who's negative." —Brandie, 22 "Someone who lives at home, has no job, is super dependent, and talks about her exes all the time." —Sonia, 26"Negativity." —Brandy, 37"Infidelity!
As sweet as these boys are, there's definitely a checklist that will keep girls from going on a second date with the "Best Song Ever" stars.
impact in terms of attraction than what any one particular woman is looking for in a partner.
It doesn’t matter how attractive you may be, no matter how sexy or how cultured, how charming or how whatever you are; if you hit somebody’s deal breakers, then you’re out.
When we caught up with the guys at a press conference, they revealed their #1 pet peeves when it comes to dating.
Evidently Eleanor Calder, Perrie Edwards, and Sophia Smith passed — take notes, Directioners, because you might be next!