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We've probably all been out with at least one person who was really rude and we didn't want to see them again, so we get that both men and women can do this.Most people would think that this was a turn-off (unless they were really rude themselves, of course, and then they wouldn't even notice).No one wants to date someone who is mean to anyone, let alone waiters, since it would definitely mean dealing with that every single time that we went out for brunch on a Sunday or for dinner on a random Wednesday evening. It's also pretty awful to imagine dating someone who has no work ethic or who will stop at nothing to get what they want.And, of course, being sexist and all the rest is never going to be attractive.We definitely hate to think that there are people out there who would be mean to a waitress or waiter or anyone else who's simply doing the job that they're being paid to do.We wouldn't want to date someone like this and this would absolutely be a first date red flag.This guy says that nothing would be a red flag or dealbreaker for him if he was on a first date with a girl that he found "really really hot." Yeah, this sounds a bit sexist, because, well, it kind of is. Well, maybe some of them would since they might be flattered, but for the most part, we wouldn't find this that flattering. It's also kind of confusing that a guy would honestly date someone that weirded him out because of her good looks.
The real story is that first dates are awkward and strange and sometimes even truly baffling.
and mentioning a wedding on the first date is definitely too early.
It's hard to believe that some girls actually do this, but according to this guy, they really do.
This is also a bit sexist, but we do get where this guy is coming from, right?
When this guy posted this confession in a Reddit Ask Men thread, he got some answers from a few others and one guy said that "being a crazed anything" was a big turn-off.
Even if you have a very specific idea of the kind of person that you want to be with, you're still going to meet other people, and you'll definitely come across people that you don't jive with. Does this ring true or is this oversimplifying a bit?