Dating in the dark reveal
they're looking for someone who can support them through rearing a child); men and women who consider themselves to be highly desirable and have a bevy of favorable traits have more deal breakers; and people weigh deal breakers more heavily than deal makers—more so for women than men—meaning the negative attributes will overshadow any good ones, no matter how good., the researchers supplied 5,541 single U. adults with a list of 17 negative personality traits and asked them whether they would consider them deal breakers in a mate in a long-term relationship, the reports.Even though more women than men considered the traits to be deal breakers, there were more similarities than differences between the sexes. And, uh, clean up your act if you're guilty of number one.
When made too obvious ahead of time, it's The Untwist or a Captain Obvious Reveal (depending on how it happens).
If it comes out of nowhere and serves no purpose other than to be a twist, it's a Shocking Swerve and/or a case of The Dog Was the Mastermind.
If the thing revealed is named in the title, then it's The Namesake.
If a man or woman is "lacking self-confidence," 47 percent of women and 33 percent of men would head for the door.
A partner who's consumed by "too much TV or video games" is not desirable for 41 percent of women and 25 percent of men.
Dating is a stage of romantic relationships in humans whereby two people meet socially with the aim of each assessing the other's suitability as a prospective partner in an intimate relationship or marriage.