do i have too hight expectations when it comes to dating if i expect things to go super well on the first or/and second date, and if it doesn't i question us dating?
And i have problems dating a guy whos likes things like motor sports, or motorcycles... for some reason thats a huge turn off for me.. im not even sure why lol... is that weird? And it aslo a turn of it the guy doesn't do sports or goes to the gym.. if he doesn't have a job or/and studies its a turn off (mostly because im going to uni and i have a job, so if a gy doesn't haven neither i dont see it working)
The last guy i went on dates with loved motorcycles.. and driving really fast, but i didn't know before the second date and i just lost any attraction i had towards him (not just because of that, but it was a factor)...
Why am i so weird with this? it shouldn't matter, dont you think?
Most Helpful Guy
Depends how rigid you are about it. Personally I used to do loads of sports but then I got injured and can't be bothered with the gym for a while. I also like motorsports but I can understand why some girls wouldn't like that, however I'm passionate enough about racing to think it belongs on the track and I don't speed around on the roads like an asshole. Most girls see dating as a box ticking exercise and the person sitting opposite them doesn't matter, he'll be judged against a set of prerequisites. Guys just want a girl who they find pretty, isn't fat and is a nice person. Girls tend to want a lot more than that and that's why they get lied to and messed about.1
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Most Helpful Girl
The whole job / education thing I agree. Why would you want to date a bum? But the sports/gym/hobby thing you're being a little picky as long as he's healthy and has fun why should it matter what he does in his spare time.2