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    Default SP Dealbreakers

    Taking from the formula of the other thread, answer the following in four separate sections-

    1. Your gender
    2. Must haves
    3. Would likes
    4. Would rather not have
    5. Deal Breakers
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Female
    I'll know it when I see it.
    Etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Female
    I'll know it when I see it.
    Etc..
    (I meant your gender, my bad)
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    1. My Gender- Male.

    2. Must haves-
    • MUST be smart! I have a hard time being friends with people who are your Average Joe, and I expect for someone I'm in a relationship with to be able to carry on a good conversation and hold their own.
    • Must have a sense of personal standards that they uphold for themselves. I hate feeling alienated over my opinions or having standards. I've met a surprising amount of people who really just don't give a shit; and that's not what I need, nor can I really bond with these kinds of people.
    • Must be open minded.
    • Liberal politically, as I'm pro choice, all for gay rights, and I love to spar with people over these things, but it wouldn't go down well in a relationship if we had different beliefs.
    • Must not be clingy, jaded, or let themselves get taken over by their emotions. Funnily enough these seem to be the kinds of people who fall for me.


    3. Would likes-
    • Nerdy or a gamer.
    • Somewhat spiritual, or formulated religious ideas.
    • Similar sex drive to me.


    3. Would Rather Not Have-

    • Sports fan
    • Smoker
    • Weighs more than me


    4. Dealbreakers!

    • Drugs.
    • Manipulative attitude.
    • General sense of instability.
    • No job, no future ahead of them.
    • Not wanting to change themselves for the better.
    • The opposite of my must haves generally.
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    Wait, what's the difference between must haves and dealbreakers? Those are the same thing in my book.
    -end of thread-

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    I'm female.

    Must have:

    -attractive to me
    -fun to hang out with
    -not a sociopath/homophobe/controlling/etc
    -compatible sex drive
    -willing and able to communicate effectively with me
    -lives an independent adult life, supporting themselves
    -mentally stable/not dramatic

    The "like to have" list is crazy long. Some of the stronger ones are:

    -smart
    -athletic
    -non-smoker
    -open mind
    -not religous (dealbreaker if religious enough)

    That's just off the top of my head, so I probably forgot some important ones.
    -end of thread-

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    interested to see more people posting in this thread
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    Male

    Must have:
    -A birth certificate stating they are female
    -attractive to me
    -fun to hang out with
    -not a sociopath/homophobe/controlling/etc
    -compatible sex drive
    -willing and able to communicate effectively with me
    -lives an independent adult life, supporting themselves
    -mentally stable/not dramatic
    - open minded

    Must have
    - Non-smoker
    - No Drugs

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    Im out, its been fun

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    What sparks you guys to list this stuff? Experience?

    I think both my experience and my "fantasy" life is shot. I'm not good at coming up with particulars. I guess drug free would be good. I'm gonna steal that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    What sparks you guys to list this stuff? Experience?

    I think both my experience and my "fantasy" life is shot. I'm not good at coming up with particulars. I guess drug free would be good. I'm gonna steal that one.
    It's just common sense to me. I guess that comes from experience + personality + reasoning?
    -end of thread-

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