He's forgetful (but I can be too), burns out easily because he is introverted (his introversion is actually something I love about him, but sometimes it can be hard because I am very social), he's very sensitive (but again, this is good and bad, mostly good)
How much do they bother me on a scale of 1-10 : 1
I'm sure he has other imperfections, but I don't tend to notice them because I don't think it's healthy to focus on your loved ones flaws, but their positives. His positive traits BY FAR outweigh his negative ones. I think that's the way it should be if your relationship is healthy. You should definitely have much more good to express then bad.
Nothing on personality or bad habits. Personality, wish she'd take more interest in things I do and enjoy, which she takes interest in some but its just not for her, so I wish it was for her so that we could bond more through it. Other than that, nothin. (;
My SO would have no flaws so don't have a SO. Settling for flaws is too much drama so would rather stay single. And trying to remake someone to suit me is such a hassle. Might as well get a Realdoll if I want to do that.
Oh, my significant other is definitely flawed :P Dude is arrogant as hell. He is constantly cocky and loves himself too much. He will check himself out in like every mirror he goes past. It doesn't bother me that much, I think it's kinda endearing to me, so i guess like a 3?
One bad thing - well, not really a bad thing, but it's something that can be upsetting - is that he doesn't hold back what he thinks. If he thinks I'm making a stupid choice, he'll let me know. He's not too good at emotional stuff, especially talking about it, and he's shit at verbally comforting me. He makes up for it by taking care of me in other ways, like he'll hug me and stroke my hair and wipe away tears and all that because he can do that, he just can't communicate well. Sometimes that can hurt because sometimes I just want to be coddled a little and allowed to be upset but he doesn't see the point in that. He'll talk me through things based entirely on logic and fact and it can come off as somewhat careless whilst I'm upset. I think that it's probably a good thing though, even if somewhat harsh, because it snaps me out of my moping quickly and helps settle my anxiety down. I guess it's a case of what I want vs what I need and he gives me what I need. This is a 6, I guess, because it's upsetting at times but it's not so bad because it's really what's best for me.
I wish he'D stop trying to wind me up. He doesn't know when no means no (not in the rapey way) And the biting the skin off his nails... probably the not knowing when to stop is a 7. But you put up with it in a relationship as no one's perfect