1. smokes regularly (it could be deal breaker for some).
2. masculine ( I know girls who dont like muscle )
3. not so good in academics.(borderline)
4. does not gives off much emotion ( not really bothered about what you do behind his back).
5. average looking but tall.
6. not so much into texting/calling.
7. quite selfish.
8. has a pretty bad history.
9. above points should be enough to decide.
No, only some of these are my qualitues.
1. I dont smoke at all
2. m pretty lean, muscular but not so much.
6. m. okay with texting.
8. I dont hv a bad history.
Rest is me
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Most women would date the guy, but that's not the right question. The right question is would they continue dating him for any length of time? Absolutely not.
1. Some women it would be a deal breaker but that's normal.
2. Women love masculinity, just not gross bodybuilding status.
3. Women wouldn't think too much about the borderline academics and might even give it a "maybe he will change" look if he seems like a decent guy.
4. This would kill a relationship for mostly all women, but they don't know this off the bat. On the outset it would seem like he's just a bit guarded and has proper boundaries of not being super emotional with strangers. It would add a bit of mystery. But then when that didn't change as things progress, they would drop him like a bad habit.
5. Women like tall, and if women see him as average, he's probably actually above average.
6. Again, long term they wouldn't like this, but in the short term just getting to know him it comes off as a guy who is cool and not easily attached. It seems like he has his own life and isn't the clingy type. But as time goes on women would realize, he is simply incapable of a strong connection, and that it wasn't a conscious choice he was making earlier on. Attraction would disappear.
7. Again, on the outset, it seems like he's an independent person who isn't easily attached to people. He's not desperate for a connection and is fine with focusing on himself. This would change as time goes on and they realize he's just not really ever going to care about anybody but himself. Again, it wasn't a conscious choice but just his default setting that doesn't change.
8. Generally not something people lead off with so by the point they find out, they are often willing to accept the notion the guy has changed, even if he hasn't. They will at least give him the benefit of the doubt so long as they like what they are seeing otherwise.0