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8 Sentences You Never Want To Hear On A First Date The following phrases are definite red flags! By Andrew Fixell

When embarking on a first date, it's always best to keep things fun and lively. But once in awhile, a dater will become a bit too comfortable, blurting out something he or she will totally regret later. Other times, that verbal diarrheaist simply doesn’t care what others think, and will speak unapologetically and without a filter. Although honesty is crucial to the success of any relationship, there are a few sentences that, when uttered, give an undeniable indication of just how much baggage a person is likely carrying (i.e. lots).
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If the following eight lines don't automatically make you run for the hills…well, they should:

"Donald Trump is right about those [insert race here]."

There is nothing wrong with being passionate, or even supporting a controversial viewpoint. There is something wrong, however, with having racist or sexist views.
Even worse is expressing intensely provocative political or religious beliefs on a first date. Leave the questionable commentary to the public figures who are already known for it – or at the very least, wait until your third date.

"Hold on, let me just Instagram this Asian-Ethiopian Fusion Taco.”

Open-minded, adventurous, and internationally cultured people are generally fantastically attractive. But unapologetically fixated, gourmet-obsessed Foodies are often intolerable. Meanwhile, social media addicts are maddeningly frustrating to communicate with. Mix these two personality types together, and you've got a recipe for disaster.

"Can’t you just make some buttered noodles?”

The only thing undeniably worse than being a foodie is being a picky eater.
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Gluten or nut allergies are beyond human control, and ethical or health-based dietary choices should be respected. But a person who requires every kitchen to bend over backwards for him or her is exhibiting some seriously high maintenance attributes. Plus, who eats buttered noodles, anyway? Gross.

“I guess you could say I’m 'between' marriages.”

There's nothing wrong with dating a divorcee -- in fact, someone who's already experienced marriage can be much wiser and more mature than someone who has not.
But unless this person is clearly making a joke, using the phrase "between marriages" indicates that he or she is actively scouting for spouse #3, 4, or 5. Serial divorcees are the serial killers of relationships – avoid dating someone who's obsessed with finding his or her "next soulmate."

“What do you mean, you don’t love EDM?”

I’m not a fan of most electronic music, and plenty of people aren't fans of some of the music I listen to. But just because someone doesn’t appreciate your taste in music, film, television or visual art doesn’t mean you have to listen to their narrow-minded, uninformed criticism. Thoughtful artistic debates can be enlightening and stimulating – blind intolerance, however, is just ugly.

“I don’t do television.”

Yes, I've actually heard this statement before. Which prompted me to question, "What scarred this person so badly that led them to completely shun an entire form of nearly universally beloved entertainment?" Remember: Game of Thrones, Orange Is The New Black, and The Walking Dead are just 30 minutes short of acceptable feature film length. Welcome to the 21st century!

“I gotta get back to the rehab facility before they realize I'm gone.”

It’s great when an addict is willing to get help; not so great when an addict isn't taking his or her sobriety seriously. When a person's own health is being disregarded for the sake of a social life, then clearly that person isn't ready for the responsibility of a serious relationship with another person. More importantly, do you really want to date someone in the middle of an intense emotional and physical rehabilitation? Wait until your date has completed treatment.

“Well, some people consider it a cult…”


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