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4. Mr. Know-It-All: One of the worst. Mr. Know-It-All may initially be impressive. His intellect is alluring, no doubt. Problem here? No one really knows it all. Furthermore, no one wants to be around anyone who thinks they know it all. Even worse, this guy can tend to be overbearing and domineering. He's always telling you what you did wrong, always telling you the "right" way to do things. He has very little regard for other perspectives. His high opinion of his opinions turns your friends off as much as it turns you on. Ultimately, this guy will end up being far more controlling than you expect and that's not good.
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5. Mr. Apology: We all love and appreciate contrition. You screw up? You own up to it. But there's a limit to everything. How many times can a person apologize before you realize that the repentance has the worth of Monopoly money? (Especially if it's for the same transgression time and again.) Understand this; if the guy is constantly apologizing he either lacks confidence or he doesn't really respect you. Because at some point the lesson learned should stick and shouldn't keep happening. If it DOES, it's because he knows he can get away with it by saying, "my bad." Not good enough.
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