People Share The Dating Dealbreakers They Won’t Compromise On

Knowing what you want - and don’t want - in a romantic relationship can save you lots of swiping, scrolling and awkward dates. A Reddit thread has people revealing the biggest thing they’re not willing to put up with in a partner. It asks, “What’s a dealbreaker when it comes to dating?” And it seems people have strong opinions on this one as nearly 6-thousand users have chimed in to reveal theirs.

These are some of the top dealbreakers shared by Redditors:

  • “Someone who doesn’t believe in … anything. No passions, no interests, no stances on issues, just molding themselves to whatever they think I want to hear.”
  • “Taking photos/selfies before eating.”
  • “Bad table manners. I don’t think I wanna try to change someone. If that’s how your momma raised you I don’t want any part of it”
  • “Treating people in the service industry like crap”
  • “Ex-boyfriend trash talking. Especially if it's multiple ex-boyfriends. I just know eventually I would likely be in that pool.”
  • “Littering”
  • “Having to constantly message and call because they want to be a part of your life every second. Even while working.”
  • “A ‘fix me’ person. I will support you to be your best. But I am not responsible to fix you.”
  • “Not brushing your teeth / poor dental hygiene on a regular basis”
  • “Flat Earther”
  • “If you expect me to excuse shitty behavior because of the position the stars were in when you were born.”
  • “If they’re mean to their mom for no reason.”
  • “Me paying for everything, all the time.”
  • “People with no hobbies”
  • “Open mouth chewing.”

Source: Reddit

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