Your Turn Offs Anyone?

Smothering dependence

No ambition

Deliberate inconsiderate acts / insensitivity

Air tight minds

Violent Tempers



No self-value

And if it cannot be helped, a bad scent.
Marowit Marowit
26-30, F
5 Responses Aug 12, 2010

Lack of intelligence/stupidity<br />
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Unwarranted arrogance/abrasiveness (This is a tough one, because part of me finds a dash of arrogance alluring, but too much gets irritating.)<br />
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Unwarranted perception of victimhood<br />
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Self-righteousness<br />
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Ah another con that hits the nail, narcissism is definitely not a turn-on.

Some people actually are honest. I've met a few. They are rare, and they are keepers.

I'm an honest person. <br />
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There is nothing wrong with "disappointment" by being lied too but in the way you deal with that feeling, some take it defensively, some take it bad.<br />
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Nonetheless lying is a turnoff for me personally.

People so scared of the basic concept of "hope for the future" or socializing, they can't even offer a guy a hypothetical answer to "where do you see yourself/us in five years?" <br />
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I'm not overly fussy about bad smells as people are likely just going off-shift when I run into them and can't get to a shower right away.<br />
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But air-tight minds, (often but not always) religious whack-jobs and girls/women my age (34) that are way way too close to their families to the point they can't/won't take a phone call from someone or date someone based on the siblings' or parents' approval or whatever. Grow up. Grow a set. Get a clue. <br />
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Violent tempers are easily dealt with ---- call the police. <br />
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Liars? Really? Who the hell is that honest today, anyway? As long as you assume everyone's lying to your face, until proven innocent, all you're doing is setting yourself up for disappointment.