Dating stereotypes

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This is new territory for me, but I think it speaks volumes that I’ve already discovered that it comes with certain stereotypes attached.These are some of the stereotypes I’ve witnessed, along with things people have actually said to me, or things I’ve read online.And while he's the one you want to take home to your parents, he is the guy you can't wait to get home alone. This man takes his cues from Carrie's go-to guy, wearing flashy suits, carrying wads of cash—or a credit card he's all too eager to max out—and a Rolodex of names he drops at social gatherings as he climbs his own corporate ladder.(If you're still chasing bad boys and want to break your addiction, you can! He's into material possessions and epic experiences he can brag about at his next big event. Your life with this man revolves around his favorite sports teams' schedules, while his fridge is packed with American ale and delivery pizza.

His romantic resume includes intelligence, compassion, and a sense of humor with a side of sweetness.Oh, and in case you doubt the claim that women receive more emails than men, and thus, don’t bear the same burden of being witty and interesting, click here. People who list their resumes still don’t understand that this is not how people connect emotionally to strangers.Tell the reader how he/she benefits from being in a relationship with you – don’t tell us how damn great you are.There's dating a type—muscular, intellectual, athletic—and then there are types of guys whose personalities, social circles, and hobbies all support their all-too-stereotypical persona. He's got a wild side, whether he races his motorcycle in the snow or likes to bind you up in the bedroom.He metes out smart-ass comments and sex appeal in equal doses.

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