What are all the Red Flags to look for?

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    Jul 31, 2012 11:23 PM GMT
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    Jul 31, 2012 11:25 PM GMT
    If they say they are straight curious, bisexual, gay some days, or any similar references, run LIKE hell.
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    Jul 31, 2012 11:28 PM GMT
    RED FLAG:

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    DEATH TO ALL CROCS
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    Jul 31, 2012 11:32 PM GMT
    MuchoMasQueMusculo saidThis is all very personal and we all have our own value system. For me, a red flag is someone who doesn't listen. If the conversation becomes circular after about thirty minutes and they're asking the same questions I already answered a half hour ago they either have a lousy memory or don't find me all that interesting. This gets on my nerves big time.



    This is so common! icon_lol.gif
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    Jul 31, 2012 11:43 PM GMT
    MuchoMasQueMusculo saidThis is all very personal and we all have our own value system. For me, a red flag is someone who doesn't listen. If the conversation becomes circular after about thirty minutes and they're asking the same questions I already answered a half hour ago they either have a lousy memory or don't find me all that interesting. This gets on my nerves big time.



    Agreed.

    I was going to say people that obviously don't listen and just wait for their turn to speak.
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    Aug 01, 2012 12:37 AM GMT
    A shark's tooth on a leather strap around their neck.

    Picture of his mother on his bed side table.

    Won't show you his p p on cam.

    Thinks his dad is god.

    Has a Doctorate.

    Won a regional spelling 'B'.

    Separates his dark blues from his black clothing before washing.

    Owns his own plane.

    Calls me baby on the first date.

    Says he loves me during sex, the first time he's plowed.

    ...dang I did date more than I thought.

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    Aug 01, 2012 12:49 AM GMT
    A cocktail personality, meaning he sort of flutters around and is able to ingratiate himself with virtually anyone, but only on a shallow, flirtatious level -- never beyond that. All sociopaths have cocktail personalities.

    Also watch if he's prone to using meaningless pop cult buzzwords or speaks in self-help psychobabble.
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    Aug 01, 2012 1:09 AM GMT
    Mentions his ex every five minutes.
    More than one antidepressant
    Interrupts to tell a story about........himself
    Can't sit still
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    Aug 01, 2012 4:33 PM GMT
    i'll be contrary and list my GREEN FLAGS:

    personal responsibility
    unwilling to engage in negative self talk
    manifests maturity in his actions, not just his words
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    Aug 02, 2012 5:16 AM GMT
    MarcDarren saidRED FLAG:

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    DEATH TO ALL CROCS


    AGREED!!! XD
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    Aug 02, 2012 5:24 AM GMT
    dustin_K_tx saidA shark's tooth on a leather strap around their neck.

    Picture of his mother on his bed side table.

    Won't show you his p p on cam.

    Thinks his dad is god.

    Has a Doctorate.

    Won a regional spelling 'B'.

    Separates his dark blues from his black clothing before washing.

    Owns his own plane.

    Calls me baby on the first date.

    Says he loves me during sex, the first time he's plowed.

    ...dang I did date more than I thought.



    You had a John Travolta experience too??
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    Aug 02, 2012 5:37 AM GMT
    Name droppers (was with (so and so) at (trendy bar) and we saw (d-list local socialite)) especially wierd if there is always a last name attached.

    Wont show you their apt/wont let you meet the roommate/has a roommate in a one bedroom (sometimes its cuz their embarassed, mostly they are cheating on their bf)

    Everything comes back to a story about them (oh you broke your ankle? I had a friend that twisted her ankle once when she was drunk, i hated her for making me carry her home)

    Text you constantly/call too often/insist on seeing you more than twice a week the first few weeks you know them.
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    Aug 02, 2012 2:25 PM GMT
    nothing for me im afraid. im aware that upon first meeting people that you like and are attracted to, you can often come across in a way not reflective or your intentions or true self.

    these little "talks too much" or "wear the wrong clothes" sound sad.

    this is a poor example but it fits, i often come across as very rude to people when i first meet them. i have a habit of forgetting to tell people that i am deaf, and so becuase i speak normally, wear unoticable hearing aids, and lip read very well i often get accused of ignorance.

    another one for me is, when i first meet a very attractive man, i have a hard time really believing he is interested in me for more than a quick shag. so i often act a little dissinterested when the conversation gets deep, because im assuming they are trying to impress me or name drop to get me more likely to go home with them.

    i would, in both cases, come across as either rude or ignorant, when in fact i am a combination of nervous and a little unconfident.

    i am extremly interested in the human experience and its endless variety, and so love to hear about peoples lives and experiences. so i am not at all ignorant and i couldnt be more interested, especially if hes a bit of a shemar moore lookey likey.

    and of course there is the smitten goofball i turn into when my partner and i were dating, luckily he found it very cute, most wouldnt have lol.

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