When you’re looking for something more than just a casual hookup, there are tons of dating deal breakers floating around in your subconscious as you judge your date from across the table. Vote for the deal breakers you think are impossible to overlook and add any cringeworthy offenses you don't see listed.
This is such a cliché it’s almost embarrassing to be writing about it.
I’ve had two instances of it this year, both with men in their late thirties.
The first, a man so into me, he wanted to be with me all the time, to have long conversations while gazing at the sky, lying in the park.
I knew it was too good to be true but I went for it anyway.
And if he starts sending you shirtless selfies, channel your inner Liz Lemon and shut it down!
I was going to do another ‘year of blogging’ review of 2015 to mark the end of the year and the beginning of a new one, but then I thought, hell no.What people really want to read about, and what I really want to talk about, is dating.The main thing I’ve learned this year is that if he appears to be too good to be true, then he usually is…He turned out to be a narcissist of the highest order, obsessed with the reflection of himself he saw in me.He kept mentioning babies, knowing that I’m childfree, but his need for a mini version of himself was manifest.The second was someone I’m still trying to figure out. We went on to have the obligatory Whats App flurry of messaging but the second date never materialised.