6 guys I will avoid in 2014

I have nothing against guys being fashion-forward but when it comes to putting on coloured pants, some guys take this too far. I mean seriously, yellow pants? And he has the guts to walk around thinking he’s at the top of his fashion game. There is just no way I can wear pink pants and he shows up in orange ones. No way!

The dude in the brightly coloured pants 

I have nothing against guys being fashion-forward but when it comes to putting on coloured pants, some guys take this too far. I mean seriously, yellow pants? And he has the guts to walk around thinking he’s at the top of his fashion game. There is just no way I can wear pink pants and he shows up in orange ones. No way!

 

He who forgets my birthday 

 

This is just not acceptable. If he forgets your birthday then you are obviously not a priority. There is simply no excuse here.

 

Selfish guys 

These ones think so highly of themselves and will take you out and talk about themselves the whole time. Any guy too into himself is definitely one to avoid. He needs to be interested in my life too. 

 The ones with no direction

Guys who don’t have anything in life; no dreams, no ambition but still claim you’re the only thing that’s real in their life are simply annoying. Come on, if you fall for a guy like this one don’t expect much from him - you  might as well pay all the bills upfront and not bother asking.

Guys who cannot own up blame 

Some guys blame failure on an incident that happened to them years ago. They then go on to use it as an excuse to not to move in life or be ambitious. I know its terrible losing a friend, but when years later he is still using that friend’s death to be lazy, run!

Stingy guys 

Guys who keep getting me cheap presents - I’m not asking you to rob a bank or anything of the sort but honestly, saving up for one classy present can’t be that hard. Instead of repeatedly getting cheap presents, save for one great one. 

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