Are there any things that most people would either really be into or just wouldn't bother them in a partner and you're just like "Nope. Nu-uh. No thank you. Fuck that shit"?
And it has to be something that really burns your muffins.
When people play hard to get, or expect me to do all the work to keep even a friendship alive, as if it was a chore on their behalf.
Also women that play mental games and can't be honest with what they want and instead drop a thousand hints even smaller than ants, I immediately lose interest for people who are more trouble than what I think they are worth, even if I am already dating them
People who are wishy washy/ aren't straightforward always lose my attention really fast, also hyperactive people are a fuck no for me
Oh also people who think being in a relationship should prevent a person from being depressed.
Guys with a huge ego and that likes to put others down
Guys that are too clingy
Guys that are really impatient and petty and want to rush in and change your whole self
Guys that mess around with my feelings and emotions, like making me cry on purpose and then either play a game or want some sort of pleasure right after when I'm a mess.
Jesus christ I'm so glad i'm single now.
I avoid alcohol and drugs, so those things.
Personality wise, when someone thinks they can order you around, even if it's play, I hate being treated like a piece of property.
I don't think any of the above are particularly unusual lol
Avoiding alcohol makes me avoid a lot of people. From my perspective it's unusual and fairly limiting.
Avoiding alcohol means avoiding people? Hardly. Not everyone drinks or many that do, don't drink that often. The great thing about friends is, you can choose them.
Ya know? I can't really think of an odd turn off for me. Well, I suppose when my wife wants sex multiple times a day, everyday. But, we have an understanding. Once a day is usually fine, but at the same time it's a turn on knowing you're desired so much... I might be a little conflicted on that. XD
She has not one single time said no to me, but I've had to. It's weird, but not. More of a difference in sex drives than anything (Again, not an actual issue). It's weird to me since society hammers it into you that men ALWAYS want sex and women are more of the sexual camels, so to speak. There in lies the conundrum and why I'd think quite a few would find it odd.