Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Deal breakers


Female leg heels dating deal breakers


Having glow-in-the-dark stars on your ceiling, a solar system or anything else that glows like a black light in your room.

Being on an episode of Intervention.

Bad breath.

Being homophobic/racist.

Being one of those people who says “they’re all out to get us, you know, all those people in that big white house over on the east coast, they’re going to take our children and our homes and listen to our phone calls.”

Smacking someone really hard when you tell jokes but the smack feels like a punch.




Responding to phone calls with texts.

Responding to "I love you's" with "thanks."

Telling someone you slept with one of your relatives and you’d probably do it again.

Giving the person you’re dating a $50 gift card to El Torito but there’s only $25 on it.

Eating one of those Popsicle’s that has two sticks and not sharing it. L

Admitting to having several sexual partners and/or being Tommy Lee and refusing to get tested because you’re just “livin la vida loca.”

Wearing sweats to everything. Life isn’t your couch, get dressed sometimes.

Having a ticker counting down the days until your birthday on Facebook. I don’t even know if you can still do this, but if you did it once, you’re an automatic DB.

Having murder on your record.

What are some things that make you say "see ya?" Tell me!

@BlogWithBenefit

14 comments:

  1. Jealous, possessive, lazy, excessively argumentative, doesn't like food, humorless, rigid, nasty

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  2. doesn't like food?! THE HORROR! Those are all good!

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    1. Haha, I like my food so if someone I dated didn't eat much either I'd eat less and starve or she'd be waiting for me to finish eating at restaurants etc neither are good

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  3. If despite my being charming, begging, pleading or a combination of all three she still refuses to go out with me, that would be a deal breaker for me. Most other things are negotiable. I'm a lonely guy.

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  4. Well yeah! I think everyone should make that a deal breaker: if you're trying to get with someone and they don't want anything to do with it, DEAL BREAKER, move on!

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  5. Funny. I do have glow-in-the-dark stars above my bed, because the previous owners four year old son occupied the room before me. I never had the heart to remove them.

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    1. Well when you add that story to it, it takes away the DB quality. ;)

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  6. Haha well there are so many deal breakers! But you did a good job citing a few of them. Mine mostly are: excessive jealousy, possessiveness, liar, smells bad,talks like he hasn't been to school at all with very poor vocabulary, curses too much and calls his dudes "n*gas" and them ladies "bitches" - not to even mention the overuse of the F word, mr know it all, talks to you like you were a girl he picked up at a bar and not a girl he wants to be serious with. Those are some examples of what makes me run the other way and say "See ya!!!"

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    1. Those are really good! I hate derogatory language, that's pretty high on my list!

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  7. When I was in the throes of online dating, I met a physics professor for a glass of wine at a local wine bar. He talked about his ex-wife the entire time, even though they'd been divorced for 18 months. On a first date, my policy has always been to split the bill. When the waitress brought the check, he sat forlornly looking at his wallet, saying, "Oh, I don't have enough to cover my half. I only have $12!" After my head spun a few turns around like the chick from The Exorcist, I looked at him and said calmly, "Well, I'm sure you have a credit card in there that you can use." Indeed, he did, but for some reason, hadn't wanted to use it. Obviously, he was testing the waters to see if I was a "liberated woman doctor" who'd foot his bill. No dice. His parting comment? "I guess I've just ruined my chance at a second date." Yep, pretty much.

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    1. Sometime - I mean all the time - you HAVE to stand your ground! Thanks for sharing!

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    2. OH. MY. GOD. That is amazing. I love that you told him to use his credit card. Oh online dating, I think I do more for the stories then any chance at finding a dude.

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  8. And then they go on posting that on a so-called "best dating site" to see if they'll get dates for next friday. Fail.

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  9. And then they go on posting that on a so-called "best dating site" to see if they'll get dates for next friday. Fail.

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