So take a look at the options I've added. Of those, which is the absolute worst to you and why?
- Neediness2% (1)11% (2)5% (3)Vote
- Bad Hygiene60% (27)50% (9)57% (36)Vote
- Lack of a sense of humour9% (4)11% (2)10% (6)Vote
- Low IQ9% (4)17% (3)11% (7)Vote
- Arrogance20% (9)11% (2)17% (11)Vote
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I said low IQ because, for the most part, the other issues are modifiable to an extent. If it came down strictly to first impression, the bad hygiene would be the worst (but IQ is just as bad). I don't even like lifting the toilet seat up without using a napkin. I wouldn't want to go near someone who smells or looks gross. I thought this guy was extremely cute, but once he opened his mouth, I lost all interest in him.
However, I'm looking at this from a logical standpoint. A person who is given something to work towards can become less needy (or you can just say no from time to time of he's always asking for stuff). You can educate someone on better hygiene practices. Someone with a lack of a sense of humor can warm up to yours after awhile. Arrogance can be taken down a notch if the right girl comes along or if a circumstance does it for him. But you can't do much for a low IQ. I dated a guy who's education stopped at high school. It didn't bother me at first because I wasn't serious about him anyway. But as someone studying science with plans to become a licensed professional, his lack of education became increasingly annoying. He didn't know enough to argue a point, he didn't understand the lack of time I had for him because of my major, and his spelling and grammar were TERRIBLE. I had to end it for my own sanity.1