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THE RED FLAG LIST: If your partner has any of these traits, get ready to run for your life!

THE RED FLAG LIST: If your partner has any of these traits, get ready to run for your life!

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Red Laws....if your partner does any of these, get ready to put on your running shoes....if they do two or more, start running. Remember, these apply to both women and men.
Red Laws....if your partner does any of these, get ready to put on your running shoes....if they do two or more, start running. Remember, these apply to both women and men.

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THE RED FLAG LIST
This list can apply
equally to women as well as men
. If the person you are with does any ONE thing on this list, puton your running shoes. If they do TWO or more things,lace those shoes up tight, and start RUNNING.
1.He does things to make you feel financially obligated tohim, without your asking. For instance, you haven'tknown each other for a year and he pays off your car tosurprise you. If you and this loser break up, you willdefinitely get a notice to appear in small claims court torepay this "loan".2."The Dangling Carrot". This person throws moneyaround to hook you, and make you believe that he is agenerous person. Watch closely and you will see hisattitude about money change over the months and yearsthat you know him. The moment you are "hooked" eitherby moving in together or getting married, all of a suddenhe is concerned about expenses and you'll find yourself nickel-and-dimed at every turn.3.When you get into an argument, he tells you to, "ReadMachiavelli's 'The Prince' so you can learn to deal withassholes like me."4.He constantly says that ALL women are psycho.
 
5.He sleeps constantly. In fact, he uses it--his need forsleep--as a regular excuse to miss meals, events and evenquit work.6.She/He engages and disengages without warning. Forexample, every time you take her out you have a greattime and a lot of fun but then she barely returns yourcalls, or takes several days to return them. You end upcalling first because you have fun together but you findyourself in a chase mode with no indication of whether ornot she's willing to be caught. This is not courting, this isa game of control and dysfunctional interaction usuallydominated by someone who has mental health issues. Thisperson is good at yo yo-ing you're emotions and makingyou question yourself. Bottom line...they're users.7.He admits to paying for and having sex with a prostitute.Quadruple red flag points if he admits he did it without acondom.8.He hurts pets or talks about how he has hurt them in thepast.9.He directly endangers your life by driving drunk.10.He has no hobbies other than watching TV
 
11.He (or SHE) tries to take you on as some sort of "project" and attempt to "improve" you, as if youneed to be "fixed" and he/she's doing you some sort of favor.12.Instead of being honest with you about how he feels, youfind out that he (or SHE) ridicules you behind your back,even when you have expressed a preference for honesty.13.He decides that something about your behavior isbothering him, but never tells you directly, as a friendwould, giving you the chance to have an open discussion.Instead, he drops subtle hints, or does it in a roundaboutfashion, like sending a letter to a publication he knowsyou read, hoping you'll see it. When you don't pick up onthe clues, he gets angry.14.You visit at his home or apartment and it has hardly anyfurnishings or curtains. You find out he didn't just movein - it's been like this for months or years. When you goon a date together he asks your opinion on curtains andsofas etc. He wants YOU to be the one who chooses thecolour, décor and all the knick knacks and you have beendating for two weeks? Watch out! Men like this aresearching for a mothering type to save them and fix them.Run now!

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Joshua Rice added this note|
40.When you ask him why he's so quiet, he says, "I only say what needs to be said." He mentions the beauty of silence,and how so many people fill up the air with unnecessary vocalizations. BARF. Maybe if you never shut the **** up you'd think this way.
Jonathon Bowen added this note|
And it is man hate, saying it's not doesn't make it any less true since the vast majority of things are masculine in nature. Hell, the majority of the time it does he/she or just she, it's something that's a female stereotype.
Jonathon Bowen added this note|
So. According to this person, all men have red flags. Also, it contradicts itself in the first 5 damn points and many times after. Men shouldn't talk about Ex's, but shouldn't be mad if the girl does. Men shouldn't be loose with money but also should. Did the writer even -think- to read it over, or did they just write it up in one butt devastated moment of man hate?
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