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    What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    For me its definitely disrespect

    For example her constantly being on her smartphone or talking about her past or current relationships and flirting with other men in front of me.
    The "Johnson" really cant stand that kind of shit and refuses to make love to that kind of woman.
    Last edited by livas; February 23, 2014 at 11:04 PM.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    There are several that share the top of the list for me. But the first is Valley speak. Much of the time just hearing them talk to someone else with Valley speak tells me I am not interested. If they Valley speak they are immersed in the culture I am not the slightest bit interested in. It's assured there will be a multitude of red flags to follow. So Valley speakers don't even get a start.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Tattoos and piercings, and swearing.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Self centeredness - always talking about her issues like they are the priority, while ignoring most of what I'm saying. A loud screechy voice is always a real turn off too. I try to get the hell away from these types of women ASAP!

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Running "hot & cold" all the time.
    "I really dont know what I want in life but I really like tying you to the bed"
    10 min. later while texting her ex boyfriends...
    "I think its time for you to leave I am expecting a call"

    Brain damaging shit.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    their personalities.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Quote Originally Posted by livas View Post
    Running "hot & cold" all the time.
    "I really dont know what I want in life but I really like tying you to the bed"
    10 min. later while texting her ex boyfriends...
    "I think its time for you to leave I am expecting a call"

    Brain damaging shit.
    That flip flopping shit used to drive me nuts. In your case I think I would just get up and walk out without saying anything. She will be going crazy for your nuts in a few days at which point I'd tell her I found someone else.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    For me, it is definitely aggressiveness in trying to 'size me up' as her next host to feed on. Questions like 'Why are you still single/a bachelor?' 'What do you do for a living?' 'Would you ever date a single mother?' and statements like 'you've /never/ been married??'

    Red flag when they are mostly interested in getting commitment/financial needs met...

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Easy.

    Their facial expressions. If they radiate femininity, i'm gucci with asking for their phone numbers. Otherwise (which is 99% of the time), move on bitch.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Quote Originally Posted by fantasma View Post
    For me, it is definitely aggressiveness in trying to 'size me up' as her next host to feed on. Questions like 'Why are you still single/a bachelor?' 'What do you do for a living?' 'Would you ever date a single mother?' and statements like 'you've /never/ been married??'

    Red flag when they are mostly interested in getting commitment/financial needs met...
    From reading the forums and watching yt im getting the impression that shit is really hitting the fan in the US in a extreme & dysfunctional way.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Just one thing? Probably when they talk constantly about what an asshole their ex was. You know... when it's obvious they're still completely hung up on the guy even though he's a complete piece of shit loser (or maybe she's the piece of shit and is projecting onto him). Either way, it's a major red flag turn off.

    A close second is when every story they tell is about how they were somehow victimized or taken advantage of by employers, parents, friends... whoever. At some point, wouldn't you start taking ownership of your own piss poor decisions?

    Nevermind. I already know the answer to that

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    #1 would be tattoos, piercings and generally trashy clothing. Seriously ladies, how difficult is it to wear a dress, heels and not cake yourself in make up?
    #2 would be an irresistible urge on their part to fill every silence with topics that they find amusing. Also when they talk about how "great" they are and about how they could get so and so.
    #3 would be when they come up to me. 99 times out of 100 they want something out of me, stuff for which I am not keen on giving away.
    #4 would be when they complain about being broke (don't need to expand on this) and when someone criticises them on their lack of future time-orientation.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Barring physical traits I find unattractive, hypocrisy is my #1 red flag. It suggests a healthy hamster that greatly increases my risks in associating with such a girl.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Foley View Post
    Just one thing? Probably when they talk constantly about what an asshole their ex was. You know... when it's obvious they're still completely hung up on the guy even though he's a complete piece of shit loser (or maybe she's the piece of shit and is projecting onto him). Either way, it's a major red flag turn off.

    A close second is when every story they tell is about how they were somehow victimized or taken advantage of by employers, parents, friends... whoever. At some point, wouldn't you start taking ownership of your own piss poor decisions?

    Nevermind. I already know the answer to that
    Yea but sometimes they forget to mention fucking their opressive employer to calm his oppressiveness.
    One actually told me with a dead-cold emotionless expression on her face that once she (20) started sleeping with her boss (60) she got a new 600$ smartphone from him.
    Try "getting it up" now pal good luck with that
    Oh man they really are like a copy of a copy of a copy...
    I can definitely relate to this one.
    Really disgusting

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Excessive foul language
    The just woke up hair look
    Gym apparel or pajamas in public

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    The fact that she's a woman.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    What isn't?

    The fact that she's a "modern woman" is enough for me to see her as a pump'n' dump at best. The "strong, emancipated transsexual man-woman" of this day and age is the ultimate red flag all by itself. Now that her feral programming and basic instincts are running loose and are completely of the chains, you have to keep seeing things in the right perspective and act accordingly.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Swearing, tramp stamps and having absolutely nothing to say. Constant small talk about nothing, noise to fill a silence because they have zero personality and zero to talk about.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Quote Originally Posted by livas View Post
    For me its definitely disrespect

    For example her constantly being on her smartphone or talking about her past or current relationships and flirting with other men in front of me.
    The "Johnson" really cant stand that kind of shit and refuses to make love to that kind of woman.
    Shit, I have to choose one?!

    Right now , the top two contenders both involve women enticing me into adultery. In front of their spouses. One in public. The prospect of being used as a fulcrum for her hypergamous instinct is a severe mood killer for me, among other considerations.

    Other ones:

    Drug use, legal and illegal.
    Blatant disregard for human life. "whatever, I just need him for money/car/etc."
    Blatant usery of males in her life..." OK Dad whatever, thanks for the money, bye"
    Inability to cope with basic life tasks ..." you have to change the oil in the car?!"

    fuck it, the whole concept of women as people is a turn off. If my mind were a government, I would have banned women long ago. Unfortunately my balls periodically take over my government by force. Its an ongoing political crisis for my 27 year old self.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Was my generation (40something) the last one where women had any sense of accountability?


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