The Biggest First Date Turn-OffsMaria Bettina
February 27, 2023
There is nothing worse than a bad first date. You'll be sitting across from them wondering 'when can I leave', or 'how does this person even exist?' When it comes to first dates we're all about spotting those red flags. Fact of the matter is, if they're being weird or showing red flags on a first date you don't wanna know what they'd be doing by date 6.
Here are 20 turn offs that people do on dates:
okay, I understand sometimes we all run late. But if your date is over 10 minutes late to a first date that's just rude. As a punctual German, there is nothing I hate more than lateness.
Are they being rude to the waiter? Are they eating with their mouth full and elbows on the table? Either way ... no thank you.
Speaking over you
Okay, this is incredibly annoying and so rude. There is nothing worse than you dating someone speaking over you.
First dates are meant to be fun. No one wants to hear about an ex that you're probably not over.
Is there anything worse than someone who keeps boasting about their job and achievements? There's no need to whack out the diploma, olympic medal and several references on a date.
Is there anything more awkward than sitting in silence with someone you don't know? Nothing worse than struggling to find conversation in your head.
Talking too much
Apparently some people just feel the need to present a monologue .
If someone goes on their phone on a first date, I instantly judge them a bit. Unless it's an emergency, there is really no reason why you can't go an hour not using your phone.
Hygiene is important. If a date looks like they haven't showered then I defo don't want to kiss them and defo don't wanna know what their downstairs situation is like.
If a person wants to get super drunk on a first date, I look at that as a big red flag.
Ever been on a date with someone where you can just tell they're lying? Yup, Thank u, next.
No one wants to hear about how you found yourself in crossfit or your workout diet.
Sometimes when you're talking to someone you can tell they just aren't listening and honestly, no thanks.
I've been on a number of dates where the person gets all lad like and constantly is talking about 'the boys', and their desire to drink out of shoes?
If someone calls me babe or honey I'm out.
Do I really need to say anything about this?
I find it a massive red flag if someone keeps talking about money on the first date. It's just not appropriate.
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