The Types Of Guys You'll Probably Date

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you will date these men
Seven types of frogs we all kiss before we find our prince.

4. The Loser: For a while, you could overlook the fact that he lived with his mom, that he didn't have a job, that you paid for every single date. I mean, he was a nice guy, right? You had to draw the line when he lost the will to bathe with soap, when he started picking clothes up off the floor with his toes because he "didn’t have the energy" to bend over and pick them up, when he wondered out loud if depression was .... contagious. Thankfully, it wasn't. Kicking him to the curb got rid of your depression-by-association, pronto.

5. The Jerk: He was hilarious! He was the life of the party! He would not let anyone or anything stop him from speaking his mind! It was all well and good when it was directed elsewhere, but a few months in, you became his new favorite target. As an "experiment," when you asked him if you looked fat in those jeans, he said, "Yes!" That way, he explained, you would never ask him again. You didn’t even bother telling him the relationship was over; it's not like he'd have cared.

 

6. The Pervert: He wasn't bad. In fact, he was kind of good. And in bed, he was reallllllly good. Sexually speaking, he brought you to new heights, and you did things with him that you would really not like the internet to know about because you are not sure they are legal in all states. The dates and conversations were mere foreplay for what kept you together: bonnie'. Sadly, he couldn't keep it in his pants. He was God's gift to women, or so he said. So, you let the other girls have him.

7. The Keeper: To quote David after the dentist: "Is this real life?" He's handsome, but he's no pretty boy. He's ambitious and successful, but not a workaholic. He's really into you, the real you, and maybe in some way that you can only admit to yourself now, you weren't even the real you until you met him. Every other guy you dated was worth it if they led you to this one. You make frog legs for dinner and hope it lasts forever.

Written by The Frisky

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