I hate it when I go on a date with a guy and he'll immediately start talking about our future. "Well when we get married" or "We'll have to do that with our children," or even, "How many houses will you want?" You barely know me, and you're already talking about us getting married? That annoys me so much. It seems so clingy and, worst of all, insincere. By saying that so early, the guy is basically telling me he doesn't need to (and never intends to) love me; as a person, I am not important. He has his own agenda, and I happen to fit in.
What do you think of people who do this?
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THIS is far more common in girls then in guys. Plenty of seemly nice girls I've never called again because they were planning our wedding before they ever knew my full name.
Massive turn off. I get that some people want to look forward to that future. But people like that make me think they would actually be happier with a man-shaped cardboard cutout.
When I was single I've ended dates like that with superhuman speed. No matter how hot the girl was. Anyone who's planning our future without actually getting to know me doesn't actually need me in her future.0