The only things that bother me are, like, smelly and annoying people. Also, I would NEVER, ever, ever, ever, EVER (Did I say ever?) date someone who is underweight. I'm wary of even just plain skinny people. I'm dating a big guy right now who is definitely overweight (but not morbidly obese) and I LOVE him that way.
broke up with my first boyfriend because he had gingervitis. he said he couldn't get rid of it BS! I've done the research and I've gone through dental assisting. Also hygien is important in general to me. No hygien means lazy slob with low self esteem. Also if I have to move body parts out of the way to get to the goods so to speak *shudder*.
Smell is the most important to memory then I think it was texture sight and finally sound. Bad skin can be worked with, underweight or overweight can also be worked with as in changes in life style can help improve ones health. Annoying voice...... >_< my favorite thing a guy can do and rarely does is sing to me while I am snuggled into them. Lot's of small annoying things add up over time and cause horrible fights so best not to deal with them period.
I'm shallow. I like attractive people. My biggest dealbreaker is being overweight. If I can get my ass to the gym a few times a week to look nice, then so can anyone else. I'm busier than hell and I still manage it. No excuses.
I wouldn't date a man or woman that is overweight or has a big gut. I prefer my men incredibly muscular and my women to look like Victoria's Secret models.
I also don't want anyone with horrible teeth; I'm not distraught if his teeth aren't perfect, but he needs to at least brush them. If he's over 6'2" or under 5'4" , then I'm turned off. Bad smells are also a turn off, as well.
I wouldn't get involved with someone who is underweight - it's a major turn off. I know someone who has some meat and is cuddly - not a fan of hugging bones!
Eyes are a big thing too. Not so much in the colour, although I don't like hazel, green or black eyed guys. It's more so how gentle their eyes are. You can tell a lot about someone's eyes, as to what kind of character they have.
Nasty smelling is a major turn off too. I'm sensitive to foul smells.
I have no tolerance for partners with bad manners either.
I feel really superficial filling that out. I had a lot of turn-offs, but that's not to say that I've never been with people who have those characteristics. They would just need a killer personality to make up for it. :]
General good hygiene is a must. It'd be a little too hard to cuddle with someone who smelled bad. An annoying voice or personality would put me at a distance, as well as a lot of hair on the back and chest.
I'm kind of surprised I voted for as many as I did. I like to think good personal hygiene/grooming is enough, but I'm rarely sexually attracted to people who are more than mildly overweight. The annoying voice/mannerisms are far worse, though!
Smell/hygiene are essential. I also picked annoying voice. I think those stuck out to me because my husband is the exact opposite. Impeccable hygiene, smells amazing, and has a voice that makes Churchill sound like Mickey Mouse.
I definitely can't do too short or skinny. And one that's not on the list- nobody *too* into how they look. I don't want a man that takes longer than I do to get ready, or that spends hours and hours every day at the gym.
I dated a guy who wouldn't for the life of him put his feet on the ground. He sat in the chair like a chipmunk with his knees by his chin at the restaurant. He also had "nice guy" syndrome, so it didn't last long.