Red flags in men when dating
If you're in the first few months of dating and there have been a few false starts or warning signals, perhaps it's nothing — everyone is flawed, and it's good to give a little leeway here and there.
But there are some legit red flags that some people wave around like glow sticks on a dance floor, and it's up to you to pay attention to them.
Time will tell if you're looking at a con artist, but in the meantime, proceed with caution.
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But they're likely playing games if they always take a million years to answer a simple question. And maybe you can easily while away a half hour sexting, dashing off suggestive messages, and instantly getting hot little replies.
I'm all for the thrill of the chase in the beginning, but sometimes you just need to know if you're meeting at 7 or 8, and it doesn't feel good to have to wait 17 hours for a response. But if the next day you fire off a quick question, and they don't respond for two days, you might want to bid them and their sexts adieu. What I don't do is pretend I never saw it, because that is an obvious lie.
Here are 10 serious warning signals you should try not to ignore while dating.She didn't hear from him until the following night, whereupon he claimed to have never seen the text. Look, we all want to appear way cooler/smarter/hotter/accomplished than we really are. It's also really nice to be taken out to dinner sometimes. It's possible this person is genuinely sweating you, because you're super rad and totally sweatable.But if someone tells you they're an investment banker and it turns out they're a bank teller, this is a harbinger of things to come. But if homie never offers to pay his way — or, worse, pretends to have forgotten his wallet or claims he'll get you next time, only to pull the same thing again — this will likely cause problems as time unfolds. But if they're talking about what a wild "connection" you have three days in, or talking about the future when you have approximately ten minutes of a past, it's best to slow your roll — and slow theirs.Self-description: If the user name or headline is weird, overtly sexual or otherwise inappropriate — Bangyourdaddy, 69Reasons — you can stop there, says Trish Mc Dermott, a founding team member of Also avoid people that disclose too much, whether it’s a recent staph infection, bankruptcy or bad breakup.