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The Biggest Turn-offs for Men on a First Date

Maybe your last date didn’t go so well, or maybe he never called back. Want to know why? Read these most common pet peeves men just can’t stand.

She won’t quit texting her friends: Men doubt that you’re interested  in them when you’re constantly looking down at your phone. Plus, it shows that you lack table manners.

She expects a free meal right off the bat: Men almost always prefer to pay, but a little appreciation shows that he’s more than just a meal ticket.

She talks about her ex-boyfriends: Your date assumes that not only are you hung up on your ex, but that you are constantly criticizing. If the topic comes up, be honest about your past relationships, but keep it short and sweet.

She talks about her insecurities: There’s no point in making your flaws obvious because guys won’t notice it off hand. Don’t talk about your weight or how bad your hair looks; men just don’t care. Plus, it makes you look superficial, and you will most likely attract the shallow types.

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The Biggest Turn-offs for Women on a First Date

Are you staring at the phone waiting for her to text you back? If the first date was a disaster, that’s no surprise. Maybe you thought it went well, but if you took part in these common turn-offs for women, then she’s probably already forgotten about you.

Don’t want to make the same mistake twice? If so, the has prepared something for you to make your future first dates go better.

Avoid these annoying habits

He brags the whole time: Leave your ego at home. She doesn’t need you to tell her how much you bench or how much you make in a year. It means a lot more when she finds out for herself.

He doesn’t offer to pay: It shows that chivalry is still alive when you offer to pay. If you insist on picking up the tab, it means that her company is at the very least worth a steak dinner.

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