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Who would you never, EVER date?
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Posted on Mon, Dec 12, 2005 15:33

I'm finding my own internet-dating habits rather curious. I like to THINK of myself as open-minded; however I've disovered I am limiting myself by setting arbitrary limits on who I will or won't respond to. Strange, yes?

Some limits make sense. I don't date smokers, for instance. I'm not interested in a very long distance relationship. Or married men. These limits are natural.

But what of this? I've discovered anyone south of the Mason-Dixon is pretty much SOL if he wants to hear from me, unless he makes it clear he's a displaced Yankee. Isn't that curious: I'm a Yankee snob! I had NO IDEA!

I've also discovered I'm averse to motorcycles, cowboys, and baseball hats. But a Scottish kilt? Yum! Go figure. It makes no sense.

Anyone else noticed any strange, arbitrary or weird "filters" in their dating process? Perhaps it doesn't have to make sense; perhaps we just need to accept that the mating process is gloriously weird; there is no telling what will turn a person on or off.



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Posted on Tue, Apr 18, 2006 08:36

I won't Date Jerk, who treat women like something to use.



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Posted on Sun, Apr 09, 2006 11:43

I am mostly done with dating Dutch men.
But I would never EVER date a man who is extremely religious.



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Posted on Sun, Apr 09, 2006 11:10

thegoodlife421 write:
jamajap write:
yeah, yeah, yeah, BS..BS..BS!!!!


No, really. I really don't like big t oys. Now that I sit and think about it, it might be due to childhood trauma, LOL!!!

When I was a kid, my family had a huge sailboat, and Islander 36 racer, blackmasted and beautiful. But my stepfather was a total freak about it, and during those years my mother was married to him we spent every weekend on Lake Superior (4 hour drive, often without a potty break), washing the &*^% boat, oiling the *&^% teak, and bobbing about like a *&^% cork trying to pick up some wind once we FINALLY made it out to sea. And at the time, there was absolutely NOTHING ELSE for a 13 year old girl to do on Madeline Island but pitch rocks.

Bleah! I wouldn't want married life to be this way, slaving for my husband's big, expensive toy! So all you guys out there, should I become free to date again, if you have a boat, you have to convince me you're not a freak about it, LOL! If you pay a crew to do it all, that's OK, much better, LOL . . .

Goodlife, it sounds like that man had a built in crew of slaves to me, so unfair to a child. I mean if its his, then he should take care of it himself. I bet you got to point that you thought if you didnt go on the boat, then you shouldnt have any responsibilities for it. LOL. I dont like deepsea personally, i get deathly ill and always find someones fish in my face. or once my brother whipped an octopus out of the water and it landed on my head. its tenacles were stuck to my face and i was so weak from puking, that i couldnt do anything but cry. LMAO. so a guy with a boat usually sways me away.
but the one other quirk i have is i will not even ponder the thought of dating anyone from Ohio. Ive had many bad run ins with guys from there, and Ive decided without a doubt that i will not even consider it. Sorry, no offense to the Ohioans without personality disorders!



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Posted on Fri, Apr 07, 2006 22:38

katiegirl, thanks for filling in most of what i left out. i do like a man to be a man and just love hair on him. whats with the guys who shave their bodies? that would make for an interesting topic don't you think?



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Posted on Fri, Apr 07, 2006 22:24

I would never date a married man. a friend's boyfriend even if they broke up. and especially my boyfriend's friends out of respect for myself and him. even if he cheated on me. he would just lose me and that would be enough



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Posted on Mon, Jan 09, 2006 13:52

Unfortunately don't do much dating as I am not so interested in the frogs!.(the French). Moved down to the south of France married to a Brit (who looks great in kilt!...but things have not worked out so am now back in the market..!!) But what I am looking for is hard to meet locally so..
distance is not such a problem....as long as attraction is very very strong...and potential to be together exists.. (I will travel and I will move...but probably only to NY, SF, LA, DC or not too far from these places.

don't like mustaches...although with a beard it can be pretty cool.

don't mind baseball caps...as long as business suit ...or trendy black is also often on the list

out of shape will never work...

in general don't date people way above or below my age ..

might have a hard time with people who have strong accents...



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Posted on Wed, Jan 04, 2006 23:41

Will not date anyone without a picture or an appearance on cam.....could be a fake!



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Posted on Wed, Dec 28, 2005 21:41

I don't mind if a guy has his motorbike in the pic, as long as he is the owner of it and knows how to ride it. I'll pillion anytime :)) nothing nicer than feeling the find blowing through your hair on a warm sunny day, going cruising on a nice motorbike ( or boat )



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Posted on Wed, Dec 28, 2005 13:12

jamajap write:
yeah, yeah, yeah, BS..BS..BS!!!!


No, really. I really don't like big t oys. Now that I sit and think about it, it might be due to childhood trauma, LOL!!!

When I was a kid, my family had a huge sailboat, and Islander 36 racer, blackmasted and beautiful. But my stepfather was a total freak about it, and during those years my mother was married to him we spent every weekend on Lake Superior (4 hour drive, often without a potty break), washing the &*^% boat, oiling the *&^% teak, and bobbing about like a *&^% cork trying to pick up some wind once we FINALLY made it out to sea. And at the time, there was absolutely NOTHING ELSE for a 13 year old girl to do on Madeline Island but pitch rocks.

Bleah! I wouldn't want married life to be this way, slaving for my husband's big, expensive toy! So all you guys out there, should I become free to date again, if you have a boat, you have to convince me you're not a freak about it, LOL! If you pay a crew to do it all, that's OK, much better, LOL . . .



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Posted on Wed, Dec 28, 2005 12:38

yeah, yeah, yeah, BS..BS..BS!!!!

  
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Posted on Wed, Dec 28, 2005 10:39

Here's a funny one. I filter out men who post pictures of their "big t oys." Boats, race cars, whatever. I find it terribly off-putting. Like I care about his big toy s? How much time does he spend fawning on those things, spending money of them, fixing them up, and showing them off? Shoot, I don't think I can handle the competition. Perhaps I want to be my guy's only hobby and expensive toy? LOL!!!!!!

I have no idea. I just find it curious.

And why wont this site let my type "t oys?"



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Posted on Thu, Dec 22, 2005 22:43

blondeindian write:
goodlife,
we have a lot in common on our men. I also tend to date the sharp dresser, nails clean, high class, sexy business men. Bentley or BMW's are my kind, I love a man to looks fresh and pressed, smelling like a million dollars, with every hair in place...a wide eyed southern boy, with that charm of a gent, I cannot resist, yuummmmyyyyy..

I suppose dating a rich guy would cover the cost of both bags for your head and the corresponding world-wide search for an HIV cure.



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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 19:29

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i dont date men who wear socks and sandals.. or speedos..

merry x-mas sweety, good to see your back....



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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 12:34

oh no Dorma....you've just described me. Cousin IT is my father, I was born with a speedo and I love wearing my pants up to my chin...it's so comfy. You should try it sometime. and I thought you might have been my soulmate...oh no...



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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 19:25

i dont date men who wear socks and sandals.. or speedos..



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Posted on Mon, Dec 19, 2005 08:28

Myself, besides smoking there is one thing that I have put on my list. As off the wall as this may seem. I do not like painted nails. There is something about colored nails vs. a French manicure. Says a lot about a woman. If not a French Manicure -I am not interested.



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Posted on Sat, Dec 17, 2005 19:10

goodlife,
we have a lot in common on our men. I also tend to date the sharp dresser, nails clean, high class, sexy business men. Bentley or BMW's are my kind, I love a man to looks fresh and pressed, smelling like a million dollars, with every hair in place...a wide eyed southern boy, with that charm of a gent, I cannot resist, yuummmmyyyyy..



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Posted on Sat, Dec 17, 2005 19:04

bobsthename write:
You know goodlife, I could make you forget about that ex of yours.

run elmo run,lol....



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Posted on Sat, Dec 17, 2005 13:21

I would never date someone who is obese, a couchpotato, with a face only a mother would love. A racist is also out of the question as is an arrogant selfish person.

I could not be seen with anyone I could not feel proud walking beside, shallow??? maybe so, but at my age I am allowed to be a little picky (experience has also something to do with my choices in life and potential partner)



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