Sorry babe. That's a deal-breaker

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  • jcoff1
    jcoff1 Posts: 2,035 Member
    PAFC84 wrote: »
    jcoff1 wrote: »
    People who extend the hand of friendship, but have an ulterior motive. "I'm having a few friends over for coffee, why don't you stop by?" "Why, thanks, that would be nice!" It was a Tupperware party.

    What’s the ulterior motive? I haven’t been to a Tupperware party. Is it bring your own food?

    It's an MLM, home sales. No real friendship being offered, it's all about selling products.
  • caco_ethes
    caco_ethes Posts: 11,962 Member
    awdouth wrote: »
    Every guy I go out with is on his phone half the time...


    I just think it shows that they don't really care.
    Or maybe that they’re addicted. 🤷‍♀️

    I understand if it's someone who has kids. I don't want them to miss an important message or call about that. But on a date, I kind of like someone to focus on us getting to know each other. I leave my phone in my purse and I don't take it out. Which is slightly awkward when they are on their phone. I just take a drink and look around awkwardly. Lol.
    I assume the phone has sound, so if a message comes through they’ll know it without staring at it the whole time.

    I was serious about just being addicted. Or using it to avoid awkwardness I guess

    I think they might use it to avoid awkwardness. But then I feel awkward because they are on their phone. It's the same way I don't like the first few dates to be seeing a movie, because I like to be able to use the time to talk and look in their eyes and get to know them.

    makes sense. What would be a good first date do you think?

    First meeting would be coffee. Date would be restaurant but a casual one where you can sit for awhile. Also shopping, just browsing, that's been fun on some dates. You can have lots of laughs doing that with someone. Drinks somewhere is an idea.

    Last first date I went on we put a blanket down in the yard and talked til 3 am

    That’s the good stuff
  • George_of_the_Jungle
    George_of_the_Jungle Posts: 3,316 Member
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    awdouth wrote: »
    Every guy I go out with is on his phone half the time...


    I just think it shows that they don't really care.
    Or maybe that they’re addicted. 🤷‍♀️

    I understand if it's someone who has kids. I don't want them to miss an important message or call about that. But on a date, I kind of like someone to focus on us getting to know each other. I leave my phone in my purse and I don't take it out. Which is slightly awkward when they are on their phone. I just take a drink and look around awkwardly. Lol.
    I assume the phone has sound, so if a message comes through they’ll know it without staring at it the whole time.

    I was serious about just being addicted. Or using it to avoid awkwardness I guess

    I think they might use it to avoid awkwardness. But then I feel awkward because they are on their phone. It's the same way I don't like the first few dates to be seeing a movie, because I like to be able to use the time to talk and look in their eyes and get to know them.

    makes sense. What would be a good first date do you think?

    First meeting would be coffee. Date would be restaurant but a casual one where you can sit for awhile. Also shopping, just browsing, that's been fun on some dates. You can have lots of laughs doing that with someone. Drinks somewhere is an idea.

    Last first date I went on we put a blanket down in the yard and talked til 3 am

    That’s the good stuff

    We thought so. Was a great time.
  • BasedGawd412
    BasedGawd412 Posts: 346 Member
    makes sense. What would be a good first date do you think?

    Board games, cards, or a first date question games you can download for free via the app store while having ice cream at a ice cream spot.
  • your_future_ex_wife
    your_future_ex_wife Posts: 4,278 Member
    edited July 2019
    makes sense. What would be a good first date do you think?

    Board games, cards, or a first date question games you can download for free via the app store while having ice cream at a ice cream spot.

    I like it!

    You can probably tell a lot about a person by the way he plays the game. I hate when people try to put two hands on the Jenga tower.
  • amyjsparkles
    amyjsparkles Posts: 6,165 Member
    makes sense. What would be a good first date do you think?

    Board games, cards, or a first date question games you can download for free via the app store while having ice cream at a ice cream spot.

    I like it!

    You can probably tell a lot about a person by the way he plays the game. I hate when people try to put two hands on the Jenga tower.

    What a cheater! Ha 🤣
  • iMago
    iMago Posts: 8,714 Member
    any mention whatsoever of "wanderlust" in her bio
  • mermaidsgrave
    mermaidsgrave Posts: 98 Member
    iMago wrote: »
    any mention whatsoever of "wanderlust" in her bio

    It’s Tom!!! 😂
  • mermaidsgrave
    mermaidsgrave Posts: 98 Member
    Dipping. So yuk. Spit cups left everywhere.. plus it looks so stupid when you’re trying to take nice pics together and they have dip under their lip. Nope. Nope. Nope.
  • caco_ethes
    caco_ethes Posts: 11,962 Member
    When he thinks I don’t cook as well as his wife
  • Pandemonium_
    Pandemonium_ Posts: 945 Member
    Wants to share my bacon
  • amyjsparkles
    amyjsparkles Posts: 6,165 Member
    Wants to share my bacon

    That is terrible!! Who would steal someone's bacon! Only a monster!
  • your_future_ex_wife
    your_future_ex_wife Posts: 4,278 Member
    Wants to share my bacon

    That is terrible!! Who would steal someone's bacon! Only a monster!

    You’re pretty AND smart ❤️
  • honeybee__12
    honeybee__12 Posts: 15,688 Member
    Not very original but very true,

    HIS WIFE
  • nooshi713
    nooshi713 Posts: 4,877 Member
    If our sun, moon, and rising signs are incompatible.

    If he hates feet.

    If he dislikes birds. They may want to sit on his head one day.

    😋
  • ghudson92
    ghudson92 Posts: 2,061 Member
    DWBalboa wrote: »
    If she hates dogs and loves cats.

    For me, if you don't like animals in general then we just can't be friends. Apart from reptiles, if you keep reptiles then I am avoiding you :lol:
  • PAFC84
    PAFC84 Posts: 1,871 Member
    ghudson92 wrote: »
    DWBalboa wrote: »
    If she hates dogs and loves cats.

    For me, if you don't like animals in general then we just can't be friends. Apart from reptiles, if you keep reptiles then I am avoiding you :lol:

    What if someone had a phobia of animals??
  • ghudson92
    ghudson92 Posts: 2,061 Member
    PAFC84 wrote: »
    ghudson92 wrote: »
    DWBalboa wrote: »
    If she hates dogs and loves cats.

    For me, if you don't like animals in general then we just can't be friends. Apart from reptiles, if you keep reptiles then I am avoiding you :lol:

    What if someone had a phobia of animals??

    Well they won't get an invite to the zoo on my birthday...
  • PAFC84
    PAFC84 Posts: 1,871 Member
    ghudson92 wrote: »
    PAFC84 wrote: »
    ghudson92 wrote: »
    DWBalboa wrote: »
    If she hates dogs and loves cats.

    For me, if you don't like animals in general then we just can't be friends. Apart from reptiles, if you keep reptiles then I am avoiding you :lol:

    What if someone had a phobia of animals??

    Well they won't get an invite to the zoo on my birthday...

    Are you a visitor or a lodger?

  • ghudson92
    ghudson92 Posts: 2,061 Member
    PAFC84 wrote: »
    ghudson92 wrote: »
    PAFC84 wrote: »
    ghudson92 wrote: »
    DWBalboa wrote: »
    If she hates dogs and loves cats.

    For me, if you don't like animals in general then we just can't be friends. Apart from reptiles, if you keep reptiles then I am avoiding you :lol:

    What if someone had a phobia of animals??

    Well they won't get an invite to the zoo on my birthday...

    Are you a visitor or a lodger?

    I am a free range lemur.