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lynden

Posts: 8562

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

I dislike people who are sloppy, slouchy or self-righteous.

Apr 28 13 04:49 pm Link

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Kincaid Blackwood

Posts: 23408

Atlanta, Georgia, US

Jules NYC wrote:
I really hate not so hot chicks that think they're the shit on Facebook with their legions of horny old men telling them how hot they are.

Did you say facebook unintentionally when you actually meant to say ModelMayhem?

Apr 28 13 04:51 pm Link

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Jules NYC

Posts: 16244

New York, New York, US

Kincaid Blackwood wrote:

Did you say facebook unintentionally when you actually meant to say ModelMayhem?

There are more attention seekers on Facebook than here IMHO.

Apr 28 13 05:15 pm Link

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Ag 47

Posts: 603

San Francisco, California, US

overweight men & women who don't take care of their health/looks.

people who smell bad.

people who don't wash their hair and let it get all greasy

Apr 28 13 11:14 pm Link

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Becks

Posts: 31801

Rochester, New York, US

BorderlineBunny wrote:
The whole cowboy thing. Cowboy boots, cowboy hats, weirdly tight boot cut jeans, country accent. Repels me. They can be rather good looking and I'll still take a pass. I just have this weird aversion to that style.

Would rather date Marilyn Manson than a cowboy...

lol I would rather eat boiled cabbage than date Marilyn Manson, he's the antithesis of what I find attractive in the least. Bleugh. tongue I like a good cowboy, though. I like a rough and tumble sort of guy, I could roll with that. As long as they weren't redneck, there is a HUGE difference between being a cowboy and being a redneck. Ie, education, intelligence, hygiene, etc are all things that anyone that self-identifies as a redneck are actually outright proud of not possessing (ie, my sister in law is from a huge redneck family, and has said, and I quote, "Redneck boys don't read!" when one of her nephew's was asked what his favorite book was).

But actual, real life cowboys are VERY smart. Agriculture is a science, as is anything that deals with livestock as well. Not to mention the accounting/budgeting that goes into running a legitimate money-making farm. Also, cowboy hats!!

lol /tangent.

(full disclosure, however, I like a man in a tailored suit even more, so long as his hands aren't softer than mine and he maintains a nice five o clock shadow XD )

Apr 28 13 11:45 pm Link

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Jules NYC

Posts: 16244

New York, New York, US

Acid wash tight jeans
White high top sneakers
Netted tops on men
Big gold chains
Mullets
Yellow/bad teeth
Long hair that looks like shit
Patchouli anything

Apr 29 13 06:23 am Link

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Chris Rifkin

Posts: 24641

Tampa, Florida, US

Jules NYC wrote:
Acid wash tight jeans
White high top sneakers
Netted tops on men
Big gold chains
Mullets
Yellow/bad teeth
Long hair that looks like shit
Patchouli anything

1989 called
it wants it's IROC back
tongue

Apr 29 13 06:38 am Link

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Jules NYC

Posts: 16244

New York, New York, US

Chris Rifkin wrote:
1989 called
it wants it's IROC back
tongue

lol

I liked the 80's but definitely not an Iroc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaKHR6oe52Q
Bitches

Apr 29 13 06:43 am Link

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Danielle Reid

Posts: 4383

Little Rock, Arkansas, US

BorderlineBunny wrote:
The whole cowboy thing. Cowboy boots, cowboy hats, weirdly tight boot cut jeans, country accent. Repels me. They can be rather good looking and I'll still take a pass. I just have this weird aversion to that style.

Would rather date Marilyn Manson than a cowboy...

I love a country accent (unless it just sounds fake) but I despise the whole Cowboy/Cowgirl thing. I dated a Cowboy, he was BORING. Nothing but dirt and farms...yawn. Put me on the back of a bike and lets go start trouble in the city, where real people live.

Apr 29 13 06:46 am Link

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BorderlineBunny

Posts: 2201

Tulsa, Oklahoma, US

Danielle Reid wrote:

I love a country accent (unless it just sounds fake) but I despise the whole Cowboy/Cowgirl thing. I dated a Cowboy, he was BORING. Nothing but dirt and farms...yawn. Put me on the back of a bike and lets go start trouble in the city, where real people live.

Here, here.

Apr 29 13 08:50 am Link

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MK Images Hawaii

Posts: 144

Honolulu, Hawaii, US

Click Hamilton wrote:
Wait, one more ..... Corn Nuts

THIS!!

The smell alone should be banned by the United Nations!

Apr 29 13 09:11 am Link

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Sorinphyre

Posts: 1976

Anchorage, Alaska, US

MK Images Hawaii wrote:

THIS!!

The smell alone should be banned by the United Nations!

Durian.

Apr 29 13 11:41 pm Link

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Anna Adrielle

Posts: 18763

Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium

Mad Hatter Imagery wrote:

Quite obviously huh? Geez. No guys lose their hair where you come from? And the OP specifically said none physical traits.

please reread my post. I don't have a problem with balding men. My boyfriend is balding, and I think he's hot. But he wears his hair short (with a cute beard). It's this I hate:

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/02/11/article-0-084E1EF2000005DC-837_306x423.jpg

this is prince william, he's cute, but his hair is just really offputting. he had lovely thick hair when he was younger, and now he's balding. that is not the end of the world, but wearing it like this only emphasises it, and I think it looks sloppy.

Apr 30 13 02:39 am Link

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Magic Forests

Posts: 530

New York, New York, US

http://www.mynailsart.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/acrylic-nails11.jpg

Since when has it become attractive to possess a set of claws? sad

Apr 30 13 06:05 am Link

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Jules NYC

Posts: 16244

New York, New York, US

^^

Bah ha

I always used to question that, esp. in Spanish Harlem when I lived there a bit.
Waterbury, CT has plenty of that vibe

Apr 30 13 09:12 am Link

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Lumen Sky

Posts: 1774

Center Moriches, New York, US

Jules NYC wrote:
I really hate not so hot chicks that think they're the shit on Facebook with their legions of horny old men telling them how hot they are.

Kincaid Blackwood wrote:
Did you say facebook unintentionally when you actually meant to say ModelMayhem?

amazing

Apr 30 13 03:54 pm Link

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Swank Photography

Posts: 19015

Key West, Florida, US

Sorinphyre wrote:
I'm specifically looking for mannerisms, fashion habits, or any manner of physical adornment.  Things that people choose to do.  Not looking for natural physical features.

For me, two of my biggest things that I find unattractive are French tipped fingernails and smoking.

Lack of table manners, a weak handshake, lack of eye contact, an overblown ego.

Apr 30 13 03:57 pm Link

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C h a r l e s D

Posts: 9304

Los Angeles, California, US

lyndens wrote:
I dislike people who are sloppy, slouchy or self-righteous.

Crikey, I'm all three of those!

Apr 30 13 04:00 pm Link

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Lumen Sky

Posts: 1774

Center Moriches, New York, US

What I find physically unattractive is when people spit. I also find stuff in peoples teeth unattractive. It's always good to give people a head's up. I more though am referring to the built up kind. That is something that is a hygiene issue.

Apr 30 13 04:07 pm Link

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Lumen Sky

Posts: 1774

Center Moriches, New York, US

Sorinphyre wrote:
I'm specifically looking for mannerisms, fashion habits, or any manner of physical adornment.  Things that people choose to do.  Not looking for natural physical features.

For me, two of my biggest things that I find unattractive are French tipped fingernails and smoking.

Swank Photography wrote:
Lack of table manners, a weak handshake, lack of eye contact, an overblown ego.

I loathe weak handshakes. Dont even bother shaking my hand. It makes me want to slap your hand to the ground. It feels fake. I loathe people with large ego's as well. Take that to someone who actually cares because I do not and wont. I dislike strong perfumes or colognes. I would rather remember someone for who they are, not the stench they remind me of from rooms away.

People who cant sit still for more than a minute. Shall I strap you down so you can relax? I have one friend in particular whose knees go back and forth and it drives me up a wall. I wish he knew what it could feel like to just be. Not a fan of those skinny jeans on boys, or clothes way too tight to be worn, and people wearing fur makes me sad. Something about pleather rubs me the wrong way. Humans who think they are superior need to sit down.

Apr 30 13 04:16 pm Link

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Andy Durazo

Posts: 24433

Los Angeles, California, US

Tattoos and piercings.

I know I live in the wrong time and place but those are just a huge turn-off for me.

Apr 30 13 04:30 pm Link

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Swank Photography

Posts: 19015

Key West, Florida, US

Dirty fingernails too...especially with men...just nasty.

Apr 30 13 04:40 pm Link

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Sabine Luise

Posts: 890

Boston, Massachusetts, US

People with low self esteem. Especially, ones that go on and talk about others faults or imperfections when they have their own skeletons in their closets that they should be worrying about. Complete turn off.

Apr 30 13 05:02 pm Link

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Jules NYC

Posts: 16244

New York, New York, US

Sabine Luise wrote:
People with low self esteem. Especially, ones that go on and talk about others faults or imperfections when they have their own skeletons in their closets that they should be worrying about. Complete turn off.

Add women that find their only source of esteem through the eyes of a man that's not theirs.

Apr 30 13 05:28 pm Link

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Sabine Luise

Posts: 890

Boston, Massachusetts, US

Jules NYC wrote:

Add women that find their only source of esteem through the eyes of a man that's not theirs.

The sayin goes, "How can you love anyone else if you don't love yourself." Or however RuPaul says it. Lol

Apr 30 13 05:42 pm Link

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Jules NYC

Posts: 16244

New York, New York, US

Sabine Luise wrote:

The sayin goes, "How can you love anyone else if you don't love yourself." Or however RuPaul says it. Lol

Exactly.

Apr 30 13 07:21 pm Link

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Eastfist

Posts: 3544

Green Bay, Wisconsin, US

Sorinphyre wrote:
I'm specifically looking for mannerisms, fashion habits, or any manner of physical adornment.  Things that people choose to do.  Not looking for natural physical features.

For me, two of my biggest things that I find unattractive are French tipped fingernails and smoking.

Piercings or tattoos that DON'T enhance a person's look. Or maybe, over-doing them.

Apr 30 13 08:52 pm Link

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Sorinphyre

Posts: 1976

Anchorage, Alaska, US

Eastfist wrote:

Piercings or tattoos that DON'T enhance a person's look. Or maybe, over-doing them.

Which do you think is a bigger point of contention there?  The specific artwork, or the amount of body surface being covered?

May 01 13 01:15 am Link

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Elle

Posts: 16457

Marshfield, Wisconsin, US

Tight legged jeans
Flat brimmed hats
a plug of chew in their mouth
drug use or heavy alcohol use
whiners. I hate it when guys whine...ugh.

May 01 13 07:48 am Link

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Eastfist

Posts: 3544

Green Bay, Wisconsin, US

Sorinphyre wrote:

Which do you think is a bigger point of contention there?  The specific artwork, or the amount of body surface being covered?

Gotta be the artwork. I suppose if you gotta "add" something to your body, may it be ink or metal or whatever, the purpose starts with art.

May 01 13 11:08 am Link

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SteeringWinds

Posts: 98

Williamsburg, Virginia, US

People who derive self esteem from material things, especially those who are brand obsessed

May 01 13 05:49 pm Link

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Koryn

Posts: 36716

Boston, Massachusetts, US

SteeringWinds wrote:
People who derive self esteem from material things, especially those who are brand obsessed

I agree with this. I don't like big logos on clothing, and find it to be a turn-off when people are fixated on buying designer, or "high end" clothing.

I understand it if someone has a certain job where they need to have a few pieces of very nice attire to keep up appearances, or are very into a certain sport and purchase over-priced shoes specifically for their sport, but just daily wear clothes ... nah, dude.

May 01 13 05:54 pm Link

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Sorinphyre

Posts: 1976

Anchorage, Alaska, US

I'm rather brand-specific when it comes to certain things, but it's more of a quality concern than a status symbol.

May 01 13 08:54 pm Link

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Damianne

Posts: 15975

Austin, Texas, US

People who refer to having sex as a woman "putting out" or "giving it up".
Might as well say "you will never have an orgasm and I'm going to attempt to manipulate you sloppily in hilarious but insultingly obvious ways"

May 01 13 10:10 pm Link

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Jules NYC

Posts: 16244

New York, New York, US

Damianne wrote:
People who refer to having sex as a woman "putting out" or "giving it up".
Might as well say "you will never have an orgasm and I'm going to attempt to manipulate you sloppily in hilarious but insultingly obvious ways"

On that note, people who brag about their sexual exploits, have no sense of privacy, are big blabbermouths and have no class.

I don't want to envision the act, esp. if the people involved are not sexually attractive in the slightest.

Ha

Tacky to talk about private moments.

May 02 13 07:02 am Link

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Damianne

Posts: 15975

Austin, Texas, US

Jules NYC wrote:

On that note, people who brag about their sexual exploits, have no sense of privacy, are big blabbermouths and have no class.

I don't want to envision the act, esp. if the people involved are not sexually attractive in the slightest.

Ha

Tacky to talk about private moments.

Psh, I talk about sex all the time.

May 02 13 07:14 am Link

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Jules NYC

Posts: 16244

New York, New York, US

Damianne wrote:

Psh, I talk about sex all the time.

Not me

May 02 13 07:52 am Link

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Chris Rifkin

Posts: 24641

Tampa, Florida, US

SteeringWinds wrote:
People who derive self esteem from material things, especially those who are brand obsessed

So all of us 'togs who only use(insert brand of camera here)are brand obsessed?
I won't get into my loyalty to Jackson guitars and Mesa Boogie amps...

May 02 13 08:02 am Link

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Expression Unlimited

Posts: 1140

San Diego, California, US

Smoking, yes, dirt, and bad smells or heavy perfume...

Mean or dismissive attitude to waiters, animals or other models...

Constant noise, fuss and keeping people waiting without an apology

Acting out in general.

May 02 13 08:06 am Link

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Expression Unlimited

Posts: 1140

San Diego, California, US

lyndens wrote:
I dislike people who are sloppy, slouchy or self-righteous.

98 per cent of us right there

May 02 13 08:07 am Link