Do you guys abide by the three strikes and you're out rule?
Two more strikes in the span of a month and we'd have to seriously proceed with caution or hopefully not proceed at all.It's a good rule of thumb for guys and girls to follow.Just think about your history of relationship successes VS failures.How long did that relationship that started out all tumultuous and confusing actually last you? On the flip side, if you're heading into your third year with someone...I'm guessing things felt a little seamless and easy from the get-go.Sure, maybe there were some games played at first, but no major personal affronts along the way. they haven't done anything bad to you), but they've got a lot of red flags (they don't like to travel or they laugh a little too hard at racist jokes) chances are you'll probably keep dating them.
Like..only calls me at two in the morning or she only orgasms when I'm wearing a clown mask. Here are just a few examples of things that should count as a full on strike when you've just started dating someone.*A girl who only orgasms when you're wearing a clown mask.
Okay, technically this is a red flag-- so never mind.
*A guy/girl who's not consistent about calling or texting or making dates. I would savor the periods of time where he was waiting for me to get back to him, because I knew the second I replied to that text or voice mail, I would be stuck in dating purgatory yet again.
This person lacks common courtesy when it comes to you. *A guy or girl who gives you the "I don't want anything serious" speech a few dates in. Plus, I'm really hoping JKeith Van Rappin writes a post about vegan speed dating soon.*Anybody who makes a date with you and then totally stands you up. A good friend of mine waited at her apartment for a guy to pick her up for a date for three hours.
This totally counts as a strike and not a red flag. Second of all, I've used this line before..people I'm not interested in. He finally called to tell her he'd just woken up and slept through their date.
So, this person just doesn't like you or is trying to tell you that they will most likely not end up liking you. *Anyone who is so obsessed with their friends that all of your dates consist of you meeting up with him/her and their social circle. The silver lining to this story is that she was totally not into him and his behavior gave her the perfect out. Cause if we're going to be totally honest, I'm not all that interested in hearing them. I mean, seriously, what part of do not comment on this post don't you understand?