Dating a guy with bad breath
'Demeaning your ex' and 'checking out other people' came in at fourth followed by 'making a scene and embarrassing behaviour' as a close fifth.'Don't demean your last relationship, it is a very very big no-no and it shows your character of not being a very accepting person of your faults in that relationship,' Ms Ward said.'Nobody wants to hear it.' Over the past two weeks, the dating coach has also shared the traits both men and women are most attracted to in the opposite sex.
This was then followed by rudeness to waitstaff and bad breath, with Ms Ward warning singles against eating garlic prawns or curries on a first date.It's enough to make you lose sleep at night, grab a pint of ice cream or dial ten girlfriends to ask them what to do. It's just a text or a way to ping someone to stay in touch, not a relationship measuring stick on whether he's into you or not.Most people are so attached to their cell phones that they sleep with them at night or would put them in the shower with them if they were waterproof.Perth's millionaire matchmaker, Louanne Ward, who is paid up to ,000 to help her clients find love, has revealed the top 10 biggest turn offs listed by both men and women.'I didn't separate the men and women because I didn't feel it was relevant - behaviour is behaviour,' she said.
'It was pretty much even with the survey - 48 per cent men and 52 per cent women - and they were simply asked what their biggest turn offs were in both character and behaviour.' The first five listed were to do with traits And the first? 'Obviously this was the top but it's interesting because we all lie,' Ms Ward said.
Don't ask him why he hasn't sent you a text in five days. Remember, communication in relationships is key and everyone these days use their cell phones for calls, texts, tweets and Facebook comments or likes.