10 Things That Will Get You Dumped

10 Things That Will Get You Dumped

I remember when I was really young and I could actually stop dating someone because of a minor red flag. Once you get older, you learn to overlook EVERYTHING. “Oh, you don’t ever shower? That’s so environmentally conscious!”

A new survey asked people which of these red flags would make them stop dating someone. Here are the results . . .

1. They’re very jealous and don’t like it when you hang out with your friends instead of them . . . 84% say they’d dump someone over that red flag.

2. They’re really flaky and constantly cancel plans at the last minute, 82%.

3. They keep bringing up their ex on a first date, 78%.

4. They’re rude to your server on your first dinner date, 77%.

5. They flirt with other people in front of you, 70%.

6. Their friends are awful, 68%.

7. They admit they cheated on their last significant other, 61%.

8. After you have sex for the first time, it’s awful and you realize you’re not sexually compatible, 60%.

9. Bad personal hygiene, 52%.

10. You have opposite political views, 48%.


Five Simple Things That Make You Seem Rude

Five Simple Things That Make You Seem Rude

Someone posted a list of things people do that can make you seem rude. It’s mostly stuff you’re supposed to learn when you’re a kid. Apparently some of us never did. Here are the top five . . .

1. Not saying “thank you.” And writing thank you NOTES isn’t a huge thing anymore, but it should be.

2. Interrupting people. Most people don’t do it on purpose, and might not even realize they did it. But the person you interrupt definitely does.

3. Asking questions that are too personal. Especially at work, or with someone you’re not very close with. It puts them on the spot, so they feel rude if they don’t answer.

4. Not having good table manners, or being a jerk at restaurants. So everything from chewing with your mouth open, to yelling at a waiter. Another one is ordering the most expensive thing on the menu when someone else is paying.

5. Checking your phone when you’re talking to someone. You seem like you’re not really listening, and don’t care about what they’re saying. A lot of people even think it’s rude to leave your phone on the table in front of you when you’re in a meeting.

(Business Insider)