Have You Dated These Toxic Singles?

By

They
want their date to walk on eggshells and never be able to predict their
next move. You can't hit a moving target, as they say. They are trying
to keep the other person at arm's length. Again, this is partly due to
being uncomfortable with being vulnerable as well as being afraid of
letting someone really see them for who they are. They take it one step
too far to the point where you just get tired of listening to them and
it's no longer funny. If you haven't noticed, there's a trend here.

 
The Opera Singer - Me, me, me,me,me,me,me,me. Get
it? Opera, vocal techniques? Me me...okay. Fine. They interrupt you,
they turn every conversation back to them. The only time they ever
really ask you a question is when they know your answer will allow them
to go off on a tangent about their personal views. I once said on a
date that I believed everything happens for a reason. My date
immediately said, in a pointed tone, "You don't really believe that, do
you?" Meanwhile, that's really one of the first questions he actually
asked me and one of the few times he didn't burst in to my comment with
his own opinion. Oh, yay! Now I can sit and listen to him talk about
how faith in God is bunk. Awesome. Waiter? Another Cosmo, please. Here's
something I've noticed about The Opera Singers: More often than not,
they are only children. Only children who never learned that the world
didn't revolve around them are not great matches for someone who was
the youngest of five daughters. We come with out own baggage. One piece
of which is that we HATE being interrupted or talked over as if our
opinions don't count.
 
 
Anyone else have any types of "that" guy or girl?
 
Signature