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What makes your skin crawl when some one is in to you? is it an annoying laugh, sloppy eater, dresses down or cross dressing?

Mine is when they have an annoying voice. i know it's not their fault but i will never date someone who i hate to hear speak. btw cross dressing girls are cute!
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Everything.
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Bad pickup lines.
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Pretentious people.
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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Anime series that end with a:
Dream.
Flashback.
Cliffhanger.
Too Fast.

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Wouldn't say anything makes my skin crawl. Might find a few things annoying but not enough to bother me.
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Kids.
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Rudeness and strong body odor
Posted 1/25/16
Wait, people can be turned off by stuff?!
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People who slut shame someone, if you don't know everything in full then don't spread shit...
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Ignorance.
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21 / M / Florida, USA
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Shallow attitudes, bad hygiene, ignorance
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When they get too weird too fast.

When they play that stupid game where they act like they're not interested so I become not interested and then they come back and start trying to be cute. No.

When they're very wasteful, always late, rude to waiters, or just seem quite inconsiderate in other ways or in general.

When they're super feminist/liberal and go on a spiel about social justice when nobody's asking. Or they have some weird gender thing that they use as a crutch to do shitty things. Dress like a decent person and stop cutting your hair like Skrillex when you're aware you won't attract the kinds of people you like by doing that. That's not social justice and that's not society's fault. That's deliberately doing things known to make people look at you weirdly.

When they don't ever compromise. I try to compromise whenever it's harmless to do so, and excessively rigid people just aren't fun to be around. That's not being strong, that's being unreasonable.

When they aren't adventurous with anything and their tastes are goddamn vanilla. If you only eat mild chicken breast dishes and don't like onions or garlic, or even just trying new things once in a while, sorry. Cooking is one of my great joys in life (and always has been), so if you're going to make it laborious by requiring me to make something I think is horrible every time we eat, the spark quickly dies.

When they're too self-centered. I understand the need to protect oneself but that understanding goes out the window when the partner is constantly adversely affected and it's always their fault. Princess syndrome is bad.
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Stereotypes (gender, cultural, racial, etc. and oppression
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