Singles reveal unlikeable traits that can take men from 10 to 1 - petsitterbank

Singles reveal unlikeable traits that can take men from 10 to 1

Single women looking for their perfect match have opened up about the surprising traits they believe can take a 10 – the perfect man – down to a 1.

You take the good with the bad—or not.

Singles on social media are getting honest about the dating pool, revealing the sort of concessions they’re willing to make so they’ll find a decent man.

The “he’s a 10” trend on TikTok sees users rating hypothetical partners for their relationship viability, before and after taking into consideration a major pro or with that merits a reassessment of the original score.

The goal is to weigh an imaginary someone’s superficial attractiveness against their red flags — and to reveal what, if any, nuisance could bring their appeal all the way down to zero.

On the flip side, the prompt also considers what positive aspects could increase a middling score to the top-tier.

Most in on the trend post videos in which they rate the appearance of someone on a scale from one to 10, then juxtapose it with an obscure — presumably unlikeable — trait, such as being a Scorpio or bragging about writing Marvel fan fiction.

Followers have come up with increasingly annoying traits in efforts to take the fictional romantic prospect from hottie to absolute-nottie.

“He’s a 10 BUT HE TAKES F- -KING AGES TO REPLY,” wrote one Twitter user in a post that has garnered nearly 40,000 likes since June 19. Responders have since thoroughly assessed the scenario, slashing the refreshed score — that is, in absence of the person having a good excuse.

“Still a 10 if he’s out hustling,” commented one follower. But another countered, “girl that makes him a 0 cuz he ain’t worth your precious time BYE.”

The formula works both ways, as some have shown.

“The Bachelor” alum Serena Pitt thinks a man with a lake house is an instant 12, even if he initially scored a four. Other examples of green flags she included were dressing well—enough to bump someone from an eight or 10—good communications skills, and even nice bedding.

“Ok, he’s a nine, but he has a picture of a fish in his Hinge profile,” Pitt presented to two friends in a TikTok video that’s racked up more than 338,000 views. Without hesitation, each responded “two” and “one.”

Beware: Some characteristics will earn an instant zero. For one woman, a man who is a 10 but “never flossed in his life of him” is a deal-breaker. Another felt that any 10 who posts a selfie to social media is a no-go.

Sperry, the popular brand of boat shoes, was a non-starter for even the hottest dudes, according to one woman — so men might do well to start scrolling through the #hesa10 hashtag just to be safe.

Despite the trend’s focus on the male specimen, women are being targeted, too — though it may take a lot more than typical bad habits to sway the male gaze, according to one dude on TikTok, whose unfailing 10s got one million views on the platform .

“She’s a 10, but she’s got a little mustache on her face,” he said.

“Oh my god,” a male friend responded with a look of disgust, then answering definitively in a serious tone: “10. It’s a 10.”

This story originally appeared in the New York Post and has been reproduced with permission.

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