In actuality, men have it pretty easy when it comes to so-called "bad behavior" because most of it is written off as just boys being boys, i.e. burping, farting, sex jokes, etc. ... but there are circumstances in which you're going too far.
Not having any luck with online dating? It's not you; it's your profile. Small, unintentional missteps on your profile, like outdated photos or poor word choice, can have big consequences. The good news: These mistakes are easy to fix. Read on for 9 ways to keep your online profile from turning men off.
Online dating is a lot like a job in sales. Only rather than convincing potential customers to purchase a product, you're persuading them to invest their time in getting to know you. The reward? A few dates and, if you're lucky, a serious relationship.
It's a dreary weekday morning. You're on your way to Starbucks to get your Venti Pumpkin Spice Latte, and while you're waiting in line, you start chatting it up with a cute guy in front of you. He's hilarious and you guys are really hitting it off. Before he leaves, he asks for your number. As you start giving it to him, he pulls out an old flip phone. This hot guy is saving your number into an old Motorola RAZR. So, is it a turn-off?
Could you only date a fellow meat-eater or a fellow vegetarian? TODAY.com and Match.com recently got together for a survey of 4,000 singles called "Love Bites" that investigated the correlations between eating, drinking and being merry when it comes to dating.
We ladies like to do a lot to turn our guys on (and our guys should, frankly, be doing the same). We wax. We shape. We work out. We dress nicely. All great, sexy turn-ons for a guy.
By Sarah Foulkes, for GALTime When it comes to dating disasters, do you ever wonder, "What went wrong?" or "Why did he break up with me?" The truth is, most often women don’t know why things fell apart-- because they unknowingly played a role in it. Fortunately, David Good, a former "Bachelorette" contestant and winner of the reality TV show "Bachelor Pad", has the answers.
By Sarah Foulkes for Galtime Dating can be tough-- and worrying about making a good first impression can be stressful. But there are a handful of things... let's call them turnoffs, that can make you want to ditch your date before dinner even starts. Jennifer Purdie of San Diego has dated several guys and had her share of "bad" dates... but some instances stand out more than others.
For the past few years, 31-year-old actress Michelle Williams—of Brokeback Mountain and Blue Valentine fame—has been rocking a Mia Farrow-esque bob. While she knows her girlfriends and gay men in general love her hair, she recently told British Elle magazine (via The Telegraph) that men of the heterosexual variety do not like her short crop!
YourTango, along with Glo.com and Chemistry.com, conducted a massive survey of more than 20,000 men and women on one simple, yet essential, topic: the power of attraction. We found that even if a couple's heat index waxes and wanes over time, 90 percent believe it can be rekindled long-term. And as for that age-old stigma about complacency in our comfortable relationships? Guys cited "lack of romantic love" as the single greatest turn-off as they age. So, it's more important than we all thought.