1. Boob jobs
Cup size is not a deal breaker. I have never heard a single guy friend of mine say he didn't date a girl because her boobs weren't big enough. Bigger does not mean better. Learn from Heidi Montag, she used to be pretty in her own natural look and boob size but now she is the butt of the joke. Furthermore, most guys do not think JWoww from “Jersey Shore” is attractive. Her boobs look more like punching bags than breasts.
2. Calling dibs on guys and forbidding your friends.
I was at a party once where my gal friend brought a couple of her friends. I wanted to kiss one of them and she turned me down only because the other friend had apparently called "dibs" on me. I understand if the one girl has already gone on a date and/or hooked up with the guy before, but if he is just hanging out with both of you for the first time, let him decide.
On a similar note, I once had a date set up with a girl I really liked. She had already agreed to go and seemed extremely excited for it. We both had romantic feelings for each other. Only problem is the date never happened. Unfortunately, the girl who introduced the two of us (a good friend of mine) apparently had major feelings for me and even though I had never shown any romantic interest whatsoever she essentially made a huge drama out of it. Depending on who you talk to, the details of this story can be remembered differently but it boils down to one fact that bothers me; the girl I liked changed her mind because she was made aware of her friend’s feelings. My friend made my love interest feel guilty for liking me back. It’s hard to forgive her for that -my love interest could have been the one.
3. Too much Make-up
We've already talked about how I feel about make-up here on Her Campus so this will be short. Make-up isn't necessary on a daily basis. To me, it's false advertising, you aren't showing the real you. And I hate it when guy's say, "she looks good, but you won't want to see that in the morning"-because when I'm married some day, I plan to look at my wife in the morning and tell her I love her and that she's beautiful no matter what. I don't want her to feel ashamed like she can't show her face to me in the morning.
4. See through spandex
If I can see the outline of your underwear from behind or worse, -the outline of your girl parts from the front, that's just a turn off. Guys want stuff to be left to the imagination. Well, at least I do. I should have to work and get to know you better before seeing your underwear.
5. Not responding to a text
I'm not buying the phone died excuse nor the "had-to-go-to-class" excuse. If I text you at 8:58 and you text me back at 9:01 and I text back to that at 9:03, I know you saw my second text! Why don't you respond back right away like you did with the first text? I don't get it, neither does Aziz Ansari (Editor's note -this video is worth watching!).
6. Lower back tattoos
Many people refer to the lower back tattoo as a “tramp stamp”. I'm not saying girls with lower back tattoos are or are not a tramp but the stigma is out there. So why get your tattoo there? It attracts guys to your body but not so much your personality.
7. Complaining about heels
Then don't wear them. At the prom you take off the shoes to dance anyway. If you claim heels are for pictures, then wear something comfortable to get to the dance, and then slip on heels for the 2-minute picture session. Why walk in them? Don't complain about something you choose to do when you really don't have to do it.
8. Excessive cleavage
I'm not going to define what excessive means in this case, but seriously? Like I said earlier, leave it to the imagination. If your boobs are what draw the guy in, he most likely is not a keeper anyway.
9. Excessive flaunting
Similar to excessive cleavage, I hate it when anyone unnecessarily flaunts their possessions, even something like wearing an "I <3 my boyfriend" T-shirt. I mean seriously? Do you really need to broadcast to strangers (whom may feel self conscious that they are not in a relationship) that you have a significant other?
10. Saying one thing and wanting another
Communication is critical. Don't play games; just be honest. If a guy offers to do something for you, don't give him the option of not doing it, he is already offering! Saying "oh you don't have to" implies that you don't need it or don't want it. For example, if the guy is offering to pay for the date, don't offer to split the cost and then later be disappointed that he didn't insist that he pay the whole thing. You offered to split! He's listening to you! We're not mind readers. Girls often complain that we don't listen but in this instance we are listening to you, and we still end up in the wrong. What gives? LOL
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