I’m constantly surrounded by morons and reminders as to what I don’t ever want to date. In a way, it’s good to surround yourself with people who you’d never dream of touching, because it helps you appreciate a good guy when he actually comes along.
I assure you that if you ever try to impress me by telling me how much money you make, what make and model your car is, your penis size, where you summered as a child with your parents, how much you can drink on a night out or how many times a week you’re doing coke at some exclusive table at a club in the city, I’ll be the first to stick my hand in your face and say “No thanks.”
Don’t try to impress me, because I promise you I will never be impressed. The majority of the time, when a guy is trying to impress a woman, he’s lying, and the other half of the time, she’s better than him in every way shape and form and has already done all of the things he’s trying to flaunt.
Attempting to show off just shows how insecure you actually are, and I have no time for someone who isn’t comfortable enough in his own skin.
The Guy Who’s Like A Thirteen Year Old Girl
It’s flattering that you like me, but don’t tweet about me, don’t text me four times in a row before I answer, don’t call me constantly, don’t make your Facebook picture a picture of us when the picture was taken six minutes ago and don’t spend all of your time telling me how much you like me. Well, at least not right away.
If we begin dating and you start acting like a thirteen-year-old girl, it’s over. I need a man, not someone who would voluntarily watch a Nicholas Sparks movie if it was on HBO that day.
The Loud Mouth
There’s something wrong with a guy who’s loud all the time. To me, if a guy has to raise the volume of his voice to feel like he’s being noticed, he’s got some attention issues. He has to make a point, and feels that the only way he can make that point is if he’s half screaming.
This is the guy who will never admit that he’s wrong, will talk all kinds of bullshit without knowing what he’s actually saying and just feels like people will think he’s right if he screams about it for a little while.
The Guy Who’s Ashamed To Be With You
This is the guy who loves you, loves spending time with you, loves talking to you, but will only let you know it behind closed doors. He’s spent all of his time telling his friends that he’ll be better off single, bitching about every female in a 500 mile radius and claiming that he’ll never settle down. When this actually happens, he’s not only surprised, but he’s ashamed.
He’s spent all of his time trying to be big in front of his boys, and now he’s a softie for this girl. He thinks that he can make this work by acting differently when he’s with you rather than flaunt his feelings in public. Don’t ever make time for that guy.
The Passive Guy
No, I don’t want to pick what we’re doing for dinner, where we’re going out tonight, what we’re doing on Tuesday. I want you to tell me. I want you to make the plans. If you’re passive in smaller aspects of your life, that means that you’re passive in all aspects of your life, and there are most definitely a few specific times in which being passive does not work for me.
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