Just me. (lara7) wrote,
Just me.
lara7

the deal breaker revisited.

Hypothetically, lets say you met someone via LJ, a personal ad, or a pal who said "I have the perfect person for you". You have enough information (maybe you've emailed each other) to be at least interested in meeting or getting to know them. While you're getting to know them, what might constitute BY ITSELF an automatic "no thanks"?

The ones I picked in my poll are ones that I'd heard about or experienced; they may not be the "best" examples. For the purposes of this poll, assume that you like enough about them to continue to consider a romantic relationship with them, but the thing(s) you checked is enough on its own to quell your interest. You can check more than one, but they have to stand alone: If you'd date someone with kids or a vegan or a Republican, but not someone who's a vegan Republican with kids, you shouldn't check any of these.

Poll #308577 Let's be shallow

For you, which of the following is reason BY ITSELF to reject someone as a potential romantic partner? (check all that apply)

very different religious beliefs than you
0(0.0%)
very different political beliefs than you
0(0.0%)
geography (for example, long distance dating)
2(4.2%)
bad breath and/or body scent
2(4.2%)
height differences (not tall enough, too tall, etc)
0(0.0%)
has kids already
0(0.0%)
education level
0(0.0%)
income (too much/too little)
0(0.0%)
carnivore/vegetarian/vegan difference
0(0.0%)
overweight
0(0.0%)
body features (large/tiny penis, large/tiny breasts, etc)
0(0.0%)
don't like their friends
0(0.0%)
sexual experience/inexperience
0(0.0%)
drinking/smoking/drug use different from yours
0(0.0%)
none of these are reasons to automatically reject someone as a romantic partner.
3(6.2%)
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