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8 Types Of Men Women DON'T Like To Date

8 Types Of Men Women DON'T Like To Date
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Have you ever thought the way you act can make your woman go cringe? Then, read this article clearly boys, your behaviour might be making your girlfriend run in some other direction. Your way of conducting women makes great conceptions in their minds about you.

So, pay attention to your nature while you are dating any girl or going to propose any.

Down here are some types of men women generally do not like to date.

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#1 Misogynist guy

#1 Misogynist guy

Misogynist guys are the kind of people who discriminate girls. They love to insult women by passing negative comments.

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#2 The Cheap guy

#2 The Cheap guy
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Cheap guys have the habit of always showing off that they are bankruptcy and women hate it.

#3 Mr self-righteous

#3 Mr self-righteous
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Self-righteous boys are very judgemental by nature and they force girls to follow the rules and regulations according to their given conditions.

#4 An arrogant guy

#4 An arrogant guy
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It's a general nature of women that they like men who give them a lot of love and care. Girls don't like men who have an enormous ego and behave rudely.

#5 An Arguer

#5 An Arguer
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This type of boys turns every conversation into an argument. They find dominating over their girls is cool stuff.

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#6 The boorish guy

#6 The boorish guy
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The only plus point of these type of guys is that they never lie before flirting with any other girl. But guys, you need to remember that girls don't like so. 

#7 Girls hate predictable guys

#7 Girls hate predictable guys
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Most of the women don't like this type of men because they assume that they will get to know their secrets before even telling anything.

#8 A big NO to needy boys

#8 A big NO to needy boys
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Boys who always pretend to be in a need of something break girls' heart. So don't worry guys, be in your own, and that is the best way to impress girls. Don't forget to share this story to make at least someone's day.

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