People Are Revealing The Opinions And Behaviors That Immediately Give Them The Ick, And A Lot Of Them Are Pretty Fair

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Sometimes you meet someone and everything seems perfect. If you have a list, that person will check every box... except this one. You know - the deal breaker. And it especially sucks when you transition from swinging to TF pimples.
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All feelings die instantly at the sight.
So when u/EGB1- asked, "What opinion or behavior would keep you from being romantically interested in someone even if they ticked every other box?" People across the BuzzFeed community and Reddit have come forward to share their ultimate Deal Breakers to share:
1. "Use of terms like 'women' and 'feminazis' and slut or body shaming."
—chloedbrown25sheher
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2. "COVID deniers."
"I was walking with a guy and when I mentioned that I'm nervous about COVID and therefore very cautious, he asked, 'Are you worried about the flu?' I said, 'The flu's gone this year killed than 300,000 people.' There was an awkward, dead silence. At the end of the walk he tried to kiss me but I pulled away.”
– Sharialallgood
3. "Saying they hate cats. Hating an entire animal species because you had a bad experience with one of them is very judgmental. It also smells of toxic masculinity.”
"There's also a difference between being allergic to them and hating them." —anda_panda
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4. Calling your ex-girlfriends 'psycho' or 'crazy'. That's a huge red flag for me."
"It's the combination of derogatory terminology related to mental illness and an inability to maturely discuss past relationships that destroys its appeal to me."
—princesspea09
5. "Anyone using the bullshit line, 'You're not like other girls.'"
"Yeah, yeah, I'm like other girls. Girls are great and so am I, bye.”
– sit in my fart cloud
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6. "Even if they're awesome, if it's just the two of us, if they act like a completely different and obnoxious person to their friends, I'll get out of there."
"I don't need whiplash trying to keep up with her ever-changing personality."
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—thefashionista1012
7. "People who don't take care of their kids and are more interested in themselves than being good parents."
"I have a few friends who are in relationships with horrible parents. I always tell them that regardless of everything else, not being a good parent would be a deal breaker for me.”
—bsmiley2007
8. "Anti Vax."
—u/complex49
9. "People having loud, private speakerphone calls in public places."
—tomb4adc7727a
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10. "Mansplaining."
“Now listen to me: I suffer from chronic pain and fatigue. Countless times I've liked someone and told them how it's affecting my daily life, only to receive unsolicited advice.
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When I explain that I've tried these things and they haven't worked for me, they tell me, 'You just don't have to try hard enough.' I tell people early now so I don't waste my time, because most people with a constant need to "fix" their partner will try to do so as soon as possible."
– dragon rabbit
11. "He ALWAYS knew everything, even when it was obvious he didn't."
"I had an ex who wasn't exactly condescending, but he never said, 'Oh really? I didn't know that!' in five years of a relationship."
—u/NoMameMijito
12. "The biggest deal breaker for me is the use (and abuse) of alcohol, tobacco products, recreational drugs, or a combination of these."
—ryandyer89
13. "Someone who wants children. This is a real deal breaker for me.”
—jsansoye
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14. "When you're talking and responding to something they said, instead of saying something like 'Good point, and also...' or . . . they say, 'But that's not even that...' and explain it further 'Yeah, right, and...' It's so dismissive and rude."
"I don't even know if that makes sense, but it's driving me insane!"
– parkerlove
15. "People who can't apologize (or when they can best say 'SoRrY' without eye contact and in a bitchy tone)."
—bamabecky02
16. "Multiple children with multiple exes, especially those they weren't married to. I understand that this happens, but more than once it signals to me a pattern of lax birth control and uninterested in attachment.”
"I'm admittedly super old-fashioned when it comes to children and marriage."
—annab4fef789d4
17. "The way they chew and eat is a deal breaker. If they open-mouth chew, smack their lips, slurp, or blow their nose while eating, it's over."
"I'm married now but that was my deal breaker when we were together. Misophonia is fantastic!”
—osubuck182002
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18. "When all of a person's stories or personality revolve around just how drunk or high they got. It's like their whole life and all they can talk about is partying, drinking, getting high, etc."
"There's nothing wrong with doing those things, but it's kind of pathetic when you're in your 30s and that's the only interesting thing about you and the only thing that matters to you."
- everything great
19. "Treating people horribly. There is no excuse for that and it is a clear sign of how you see the world.”
“For example, I once asked a person to stop and let me out of his car after he pulled away because of a homeless person crossing the street. As a result, he had to wait until he could turn. No thank you."
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20. "I went hiking with someone who threw everything away. There was no second date.”
"Don't throw away rubbish, everyone! It's selfish and ruins the trails for everyone else.”
—u/Quiet_talk
21. "People who don't wash their hands!"
"I had a date with a guy and he went to the bathroom so fast I was like, 'Wow, did you even have time to wash your hands?' He told me he didn't need to wash his hands because he takes a shower in the morning!"
—iamthelizardqueen
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22. "Smoking and vaping are so off-putting to me."
“My grandparents on both sides of my family were heavy smokers. I lost my paternal grandparents to smoking complications and my maternal grandma is currently dealing with many smoking complications. Smoking has brought so much pain to my family."
—abby_rose11
23. "My greatest dislike are people who are too intimidated by the size of my family and how close we are to one another. I understand it's a bit intimidating, but constantly commenting on it or trying to make myself feel guilty about being extremely close to my cousins, aunts and uncles is an instant red flag."
"Or make a big deal out of calling my cousins' kids my nieces and nephews."
—nikola2393
24. "People who complain about others. If they do it to you, they do it over you.”
—andyswarek568
25. "Tantrums or anger issues."
"I had a date with a guy and we went to a busy Starbucks in central London. He was vegan and they accidentally put cream on his iced Frappuccino. Instead of politely asking her to change it, he took the lid off and scooped out the cream with his hand. But he then announced there was still cream in it, so he threw the drink on the floor. In the middle of Starbucks.
When I told him after the date that I didn't want to see him again, he said I'm clearly looking for someone who is "classy and wears tweed." No, baby, I just don't want a rude asshole."
—iamthelizardqueen
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26. "The need to always be the right one."
—u/lexxissc
27. "Being very rude or condescending to one's family (for no good reason)."
"I was dating someone I'd liked for ages and at one point he just hit on his little sister because she was a hairdresser when he was in college. He also kept talking about the fact that nobody could come in – his family could think critically.
I totally understand that some people have real issues with their families, but that wasn't the case here. He just thought he was so much better than all of them - like he'd somehow managed to throw off the shackles of his origins.
Now don't get me wrong - I definitely don't always agree with my family, but in the end they raised me and I respect them. His level of disrespect for the people who raised him made me realize that he was actually very condescending to anyone who didn't live up to his perceived standards."
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