Singletons reveal the VERY amusing reasons they turned down a second date – including being patted on the head like a ‘good dog’ and bombarded with 45 texts in 24 hours
- People from across globe have revealed why they didn’t go on a second date
- Amusing turn offs include head patting and wearing mobile phone in belt pouch
- Others told how she was repulsed by the white bit of her date’s fingernails
From head patting to littering, dozens of women have revealed the very weird reasons they decided not to go on a second date with someone.
While bad body odour and stomach-churning table manners is a big turn off for many, singletons from across the globe have taken to Mumsnet to confess their rather unusual nightmarish experiences.
One woman told how she couldn’t face seeing her date again after he turned up wearing his mobile phone in a belt pouch, while another was repulsed when her potential suitor hadn’t trimmed his fingernails.
Elsewhere, a further got the ick after discovering her date snogged like ‘Henry the Hoover,’ while someone else was bombarded with 45 texts in 24 hours.
People from across the globe have taken to Mumsnet to reveal the very weird reasons they decided not to go on a second date with someone. Pictured, stock image
In the initial post, an anonymous woman penned: ‘It was going well and we were walking through one of my favourite country parks (beautiful) with a takeaway coffee when he decided to dump the empty cup on the floor, when there were bins dotted around everywhere.
‘And that was the moment right there that couldn’t be undone. I guess I don’t like litterbugs. Oh, and someone once patted me on the head. I felt like a good dog rather than a potential girlfriend.’
She then went on to ask others about their date fails – ‘big, small, wonderful or other.’
And while some may say it’s shallow, it seems physical appearance is a big factor for any person trying to find their future wife or husband.
‘Someone I vaguely knew and hadn’t decided whether I found attractive or not turned up wearing their mobile phone in a little pouch on their belt,’ wrote one. ‘That killed any potential for me.’
A second commented: ‘I didn’t like his finger nails. Something about men with the whites of their nails showing that puts me off,’ while a third recalled: ‘He was speaking and a massive globule of spit flew out of his moth and straight into my eye. He said sorry. I was mortified / repulsed and got the ick right then and there.’
In the initial post, an anonymous woman recalled the moment her date dropped his cup on the floor and littered (pictured)
Another told how she was ‘shushed’ after she got into the car with her date because he was listening to a programme (pictured)
Elsewhere, another was put off when her date licked his knife, with another agreeing: ‘It makes my teeth itch when I see that. That is definitely an offence.’
And being intimate is a vital part of any relationship, so when this singleton realised her date hadn’t quite mastered any skill in the kissing department, she decided it was time to call it a day.
She recalled: ‘He kept going in for a kiss, but he kept chewing and sucking on my bottom lip, not in a soft sexy way which might be OK, but in a way that would probably happen if you tried to snog Henry Hoover. I just wanted my bottom lip back.’
For others, it was the weird quirks that marked the beginning of the end for them when it came to finding love.
‘I was “shushed” on a first date after I got into the car because he was listening to some programme! We didn’t even know each other! Buh bye!’ commented one, while a second wrote:
‘The date was lovely, a few glasses of wine and some nibbles at a posh pub, there was a very nice kiss…all good. Until he text me 45 times over the next 24 hours and then threw a strop when I told him to back the f*** off. Bullet dodged there!’
Taking to the comments section, one person penned: ‘Someone I vaguely knew and hadn’t decided whether I found attractive or not turned up wearing their mobile phone in a little pouch on their belt. That killed any potential for me’ (pictured)
A third remembered: ‘Years ago, I went on a date with a guy who mentioned three times during the evening that he had a fetish for pink balloons….’
And while many are partial to a bad boy, this person has taken it to the next level with her poor choice in men.
‘First one, turned out he was on bail for robbery,’ she wrote. ‘Second one, opened up about his assault conviction. Third one, spent the whole time talking about his argument with his ex in the pub the night before.’
Fourth one, we looked in a furniture shop window and he picked out a chair that looked like something Prince might have furnished his set with in Purple Rain…I gave up after that and have had no first dates since. And this was about 6 years ago!’
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