Top 10 Annoying Habits Men Need To Kick

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We love you, guys, but these things are making us crazy.

6. Having Friends You Don’t Like


Don't care for his buds? This was the fifth most annoying male trait, according to Ariel. This one's a toughie -- and there's not a lot you can do about it if he doesn't see his friends the way you do. Of course we want our guys to be around a crew of pals that like and support our relationship, but your man might have to realize this one on his own time.

7. Displaying A Poor Sense of Style


In a recent survey, Ariel found that 60% of single women consider clothing to be a top dating deal-breaker. From his haircut to your shoes, we're taking note. Plus, if you're wearing the right color, we're taking numbers too. The survey found that men who wear purple, followed by black, have a better chance of scoring a date. What hue should the guys ditch? Pink.

8. Treating The Server Poorly


How you treat strangers says a lot about you-- and when you lose your cool over something small, it's a turnoff. According to CouponCabin, 80% of women find a partner’s negative exchange with servers, hosts or hostesses to be a dating deal-breaker.

9. Using His Cell Phone On A Date


Addictions and dependency to mobile devices are on the rise, and yes, we're totally attached to ours too – but using his iPhone throughout a date? No way. Whether he's checking the score or texting his pals, it irks us at any stage of the relationship. CouponCabin revealed 82% of women consider this a deal-breaker.

10. Trying To Go Through The Back Door


Men's Health surveyed women on their least favorite sex positions and much to the dismay of guys, doggy style was at the top of the list. Women felt it was too painful and not intimate enough. Guys, there's plenty of positions out there, let's back off (no pun intended) this one.

Do you agree with this list? What annoying habit did we leave out?

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