Ask a question about something that doesn't have a binary answer (yes/no). The reasoning behind the answer is what you're looking for, not the answer itself. And if the guy you're seeing hangs out with pieces of poop, he's probably a piece of poop too. His own choices are causing the chaos and he'll drag you down with him.
Dont date out of pity, boyfriends are not lost puppies that just need a bath and some love to be made whole again.– /u/bjos144Like in general things to look out for in men?
She's a complete wild child and free spirit, until you discover she was saving herself-for you.
Red Flags: Longing gazes at wedding-dress magazines, a season pass for TLC's A Wedding Story on her Ti Vo, or hours and hours of inane wedding talk while on the phone with her friends all signify you've got a future Bridezilla just dying to get behind the veil. Suggest a ménage à trois-or float the idea of an open relationship.
When one partner is constantly initiating sex and the other isn't in the mood very often, you're in for a world of crushed egos, hurt feelings, emotional pressure, and resentment from both sides.
Does your new bae refuse to stop tickling you when you tell them to knock it off?
This person doesn't really see you as —you're a projection of some perfect idea they have in their head, and anytime you shatter those expectations by being a normal, flawed, breathing human being, they're impossible to console.
Oh yeah, and someone being that obsessed with you is CREEPY.
After becoming exclusive and having a relationship blossom over the course of several months, a guy will naturally incorporate you into his life more and more. If six months go by and you haven't met a soul, there may be a reason—and you deserve to know it.
Heck, even his uncle who just got released from prison (yep, true story).
You never truly know whether or not you're dealing with a good guy or a fuckboy until the answer punches you in the face (or sweetly caresses it, but most of the time, it's the first option).
Your friends can try and give you advice, but they don't always know your situation or who you're dealing with.
If it’s one of the first few dates, the questions asked and comments shared should be fairly generic.