Is He a Loser? Men You Should Dump
By Laura Snyder
Sure, not every guy is going to be Mr. Right, but who says there have to be so many Mr. Wrongs? Have you fallen victim to any of these losers?
The Married Man. This guy is completely unacceptable, unless you also happen to be married (in which case you're just as bad). Why is this guy trouble? Because if he's cheating on his wife, he'll cheat on you. Because he's a big, fat liar. Because there is no good excuse why he's still married. (Though he'll try to convince you otherwise, he's still married because he still wants to be.)
The Mama's Boy. Sure, he's soft and cuddly, but do you really want to slave all day over his favorite home-cooked meal only to have him tell you that's not the way Mama makes it? In fact, nothing you do will be quite up to Mama's standards. Dump this chump in favor of someone who's cut the apron strings already.
The Womanizer. Though you'll find it tough to resist his golden charm, you'll find it's harder to stick around once he's blanked out on your name a few times. (Hey, it's tricky keeping all his babes straight.) Unless you're a man-eater yourself, let this guy make some other sucker swoon.
The Lonesome Dove. He's the guy whose friends tell you how great he is and that he just needs someone to "take a chance on him." So smitten might you be with this guy's sweet, romantic, do-anything-for-you-attitude, that you might first miss that little warning bell that this guy would really do anything - like kill, maim or steal - for you. Creepy! He just wants someone - anyone! - to spend time with. You don't want it to be you.
The Commitment-Phobe. The classic Mr. Wrong, this otherwise-perfect guy's motto is "I'm just not ready to have a serious relationship right now." He'll sweet-talk you enough to string you along, but he can't commit to any more than stopping by Saturday night for a little late-night nookie. Don't feel bad about ditching this dude: It's not you, it's him.
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