When you know it's not going to work, it's ok to get out of there.
"Too close to your mom, narcissist, picky eater, someone who doesn't like to go down on me [are deal breakers for me]." 7.
I like them to be more the aggressor in the bedroom, but I like to be the one that kind of initiates initial contact." 5. "I think when I turned 30 [is when I started to get wise about bad boys]. But then once I know, I'm very quick to get out of there." 8. "Even if I go out with a guy once, and I know I don't want to see him again, I'll just ... If a guy doesn't want to see me again, I'm not like, 'What did I do? Then they're very defensive, and you kind of can't win." 9. "I think I got more sensitive when I turned around 30, and just, there's that misconception that men hurt women and women don't hurt men.
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It very rarely works in real life but having it on your profile can be worse.