25 dating dealbreakers

Someone who looks around the bar you’re in and says, “Everyone in here looks like a twat.”13. If you went back to their house and discovered they were someone who couldn’t be bothered to open their curtains during the day.15. When you realise you’ve been on a date with them for two hours and have only spoken about their gap year in Thailand which sounded like it was amazing, but still.25.

If you realise you’ve been on the date for a while and they haven’t asked you any questions about yourself, but you are very familiar with everyone they work with, what bike they ride, and the time they climbed a mountain for charity.16. When you say you like this song that’s playing, and then they ask you which B-side track is your favourite of this artist, and smile knowingly when you say, “Er, I’m not good with song names.”18. If they complain about hipsters gentrifying everything, before adjusting their thick-rimmed spectacles and telling you about the small-batch whisky they’re into at the moment. Someone who plays devil’s advocate all through the date.21. ” when they order an ale and you also order an ale.22. Going back to their place and finding crusty stains on their navy blue bedding.26.

When they keep snapchatting their friends on your date.4. Or, “I never watch TV, except for documentaries.”6.

Someone that likes wearing trainers without socks.2.

Anyone who uses the winky face emoji as a form of flirtation.3.

Smoking is also a major turnoff as only 31 per cent consider the bad habit “tolerable.” However, only 29 per cent of women would go as far as to give their partner an ultimatum to quit.

As for that annoying ex that keeps coming around, 73 per cent are not for it.

Someone who wears a puka shell necklace because they want a chance to tell you that they got it on their gap year in Thailand. Going back to their place and discovering they’re out of toilet roll, but they have no urgency about going to the shops to get more, because – you can only assume – they are fine to just drip dry.

We all look forward to certain aspects of dating and relationships and have a little mental (and in some cases, literal) checklist of what we desire.

And just like women, men are not comfortable with their partner hanging around with an ex boyfriend (71 per cent). While only 10 per cent of men say white lies are acceptable and 18 per cent believe fibbing is OK, the vast majority of men say lying is the end of a relationship (61 per cent).

Both men and women agree there is one trait that stands above them all that is a surefire dating dealbreaker: rudeness.“While we weren’t surprised to see that rudeness was an important factor for both men and women, we were interested in the fact that it beat out lying and hanging out with an ex as a dealbreaker,” says Jeannie Assimos, vice president of content, in a press release statement.

One minute you’re chatting with a guy about the weather, the next — he’s sent you a back “log” of every d*ck pic on his i Phone 5s from the last three years.

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