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10 Biggest Turn Offs for Guys

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1. Faking your orgasms…obviously. If we can’t tell, that’s one thing. But if we know you’re faking it and you’re overzealously selling like a used car salesman, it’s going to drain all the horniness out of us. To be clear, in that simile, I’m not implying that used car salesmen have loud, fake orgasms. I’m just saying they’re pushy. I don’t know what it looks like when a used car salesman orgasms.

 2. Playing hard to get. It’s not that being slightly aloof isn’t sexy. It is. But there’s a difference between being a bit coy when we first meet and making us jump through hoops. We don’t want to have to text you multiple times just to get an answer out of you. All that does is make us feel like a psycho and make it feel like you’re not into us at all. And that’s the problem. There’s a thin line between “playing hard to get” and “making us assume you aren’t interested.”

3. Obviously fake anything. Generally speaking, people don’t mind fake hair, nails, boobs, tans, etc. as long as it isn’t immediately and obviously fake. Then it crosses some imaginary line into tacky. Is it unfair? Maybe. But that doesn’t immediately change things.

4. Talking in a baby voice. Sure, some people are super into this apparently. Some people are into role-playing as babies. There’s someone out there for everything, is my point. But don’t spend all your time talking in a voice three octaves above your regular one. Especially not during sex. Dirty talking in that pitch will scare our boner to death.

5. Sending him tons of selfies. Do they contain a fair bit of cleavage? Carry on. Are they 27 separate selfies of you with your Starbucks cup? Please turn your phone off for at least an hour.

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Tody loves to travel and is a certified beach bum. She dreams of hosting her own travel show one day as nothing compares to being paid doing the thing you love. She began traveling in 2007 as a tourist and became a passionate traveler 3 years after, and last 2014, she finally had the courage to start her own travel blog, The Bella Travelista.

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