Guy #8 is the I-will-let-you-pay-some-of-my-bills guy. Anyone, regardless of gender, who asks for help paying for bills early on in a relationship should raise red flags. Don’t let yourself be used. By paying for him early on, you are setting the tone that it will be this way for your entire future.
If his favorite song is “First I Look at the Purse”, run away!
15 Guys to Avoid Dating at All Costs is by online dating expert Joshua Pompey and appeared in the Huff Post.
Guy # 7 is the I-had-sex-and-now-I-don’t-have-to-try-anymore guy. Always pay close attention to how a guy’s behavior changes once he’s had sex with you for the first time. If he truly cares about you, his good behaviors will grow stronger. Those who back down and start getting lazier after having sex for the first time were probably only after one thing to begin with.
15 Guys to Avoid Dating at All Costs is written by online dating expert Joshua Pompey.
The ePad Femme is an eight-inch Android powered tablet that comes preloaded with a pink background and a number of apps that revolve around yoga, grocery shopping, weight loss and cooking. Does that sound sexist? It’s Wi-Fi accessible, has 16 GB of internal storage and lists for $190.
Guy #6 is the I-get-increasingly-less-romantic-with-each-date guy. Many men pull out all the stops in the early stages of dating. But by the fifth or sixth date, the laziness starts to creep in. While no man should always be expected to plan five-star dates, at the same time, the romance shouldn’t suddenly fall off a cliff. These changes in effort can be very foretelling of how he will be a year or two down the road.
15 Guys to Avoid Dating at All costs appeared in the March 13th Huff Post, and is written by online dating expert Joshua Pompey. Tomorrow it’s the I-had-sex-and-now-don’t-have-to-try-anymore guy.
Who are the biggest social media irritants? According to a recent survey, the #1 offender is the diet and exercise boaster. You know this person. They post a picture of their treadmill with the caption, “After 3 miles at an incline of 4 I’m having a spinach shake. I’ve lost 2 pounds in a week!” I don’t care.
Here’s the rest of the survey’s findings: 2. Those who share every meal. 3. Cryptic status writers. 4. Game inviters. I thought this one would finish higher. 5. Proud parents. 6. Oversharers. 7. Check-inners. I do this. 8. Event spammers. 9. Constant engagers. 10. Self-promoters. I do this too. Sorry.
Guy #5 is the what’s-for-dinner guy. Expecting a home cooked meal every single night makes for a relationship that will likely feel unbalanced in the long run. You are not his maid. There should be contributions from both parties, even if that contribution isn’t always evenly divided. It’s the effort that counts.
The above is taken from an article appearing in the Huff Post written by online relationship expert Joshua Pompey. Tomorrow’s guy is the I-get-increasingly-less-romantic-with-each-date guy.
Today he’s the I-need-to-watch-sports-all-the-time guy. There’s nothing wrong with sitting on the couch and watching sports. Many guys do. But this should never trump the responsibilities of a relationship or take precedence over family obligations. There is a difference between loving sports and having a childish obsession with them. Choose a man who knows the difference.
15 Guys to Avoid Dating at All Costs appeared in the Huff Post and was written by Joshua Pompey. Tomorrow it’s the what’s-for-dinner guy.
The third guy in our series is the always-looking-for-a-deal guy. Be wary of men who constantly look for deals and comment on prices early on in the dating process. While everyone likes a good deal, real men will not make this known when courting a woman. These are signs that he will likely be very cheap throughout the duration of the relationship.
15 Guys to Avoid Dating at All Costs is taken from the Huff Post and written by Joshua Pompey. Monday’s guy is the I-need-to-watch-sports-all-the-time guy.
Guy #2 is the pick-up-after-me guy. You are his partner, not his maid. Men who expect you to clean up their dishes, pick up their clothes and take care of them like they’re little children need a reality check. They will likely treat you as if you are their mother for the rest of their lives.
15 Guys to Avoid Dating at All Costs is from the Huff Post and is written by online dating and relationship expert Joshua Pompey. Tomorrow is the always-looking-for-a-deal guy.
Guy # 1 is the set-in-his-ways guy. This dude will only become more rigid over time. Dating someone who refuses to do anything new makes for a boring and one-sided relationship. Assuming that he will eventually change and open up to your hobbies is misguided. This will likely never happen.
Tomorrow I’ll have guy #2 of the 15 guys to avoid dating at all costs. This is taken from an article appearing in the Huff Post written by online dating and relationship expert Joshua Pompey.
Prince performed a couple of songs Friday night on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.” Jimmy introduced him as “one of the most legendary and influential musicians of all time. “ Apparently that praise went to the Purple One’s head. Prince borrowed a guitar from “Captain” Kirk Douglas of Fallon’s house band, the Roots. According to a tweet from Roots’ rapper Black Thought, Prince refused to autograph the guitar. Instead, he tossed it into the air at the end of the song “Bambi.” He then exited the stage. The careless toss resulted in a splintered headstock, which means a ruined instrument.
Fergie tweeted the good news on February 18. But yesterday, husband Josh Duhamel shared what Fergie said just after finding out she was pregnant. He said, “She was the one when we first found out that was like, ‘This (bleep) just got real.’ Those were the first words out of her mouth.”
Duhamel says he’s overjoyed to become a first-time father – especially at the age of 40. “I’m not 24. I’ve got some life experience that I think I can impart. My mother was the disciplinarian and my father was more of a free spirit. Hopefully I’m somewhere in between.”
The custom footwear design house Perfectly Made Kicks took one of Beyonce’s favorite shoe styles, the Isabel Marant sneaker wedge, and recreated it in a “luxurious” style. The “King Bey” consists of white and gold composed of a range of exotic skins including stingray, ostrich, anaconda and crocodile. No word on the price, but you can guess.
A statement from PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) reads in part, “These custom-made kicks come with a high price and it’s paid by the various animals who were beaten and skinned alive or cruelly farmed and killed.”
The other night, Adele took home her first Oscar for Best Original Song. That got her one step closer to earning an EGOT. That’s what happens when someone wins awards from each of the big shows: Emmys, Grammys, Oscars, and Tonys. With her first Oscar and a bunch of Grammys already, Adele is well on her way to achieving that accomplishment. Here is a quick rundown of how successful she is: 9 Grammys, 4 American Music Awards, 12 Billboard Music Awards, 4 Brit Awards, a Golden Globe and an Oscar.
Here’s the kicker. Adele is 24 years old!
Internet users who illegally share music, movies and TV shows online could soon receive warning notices from the five major internet service providers in the United States. The Copyright Alert System was created by the recording and film industries and is being activated this week. Under the new system. complaints will prompt a service provider (A T & T, Verizon, etc) to notify a customer whose internet address has been detected sharing files illegally. A person will be given up to six warnings to stop before the provider will take more drastic steps such as slowing down their connection.
Original Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley could lose his home after a bank foreclosed on his house because he hasn’t paid the mortgage in two years. He owes $700,000 on his $735,000 New York home. He also owes more than $20,000 to the county, the town of Yorktown and the school district. Frehley made his last mortgage payment in 2011. He bought the 2,441 square foot house in 2000 for $650,000 and refinanced it in 2006.
Ace was the Spaceman, or Space Ace in the original Kiss lineup from 1973 to his departure in 1982. He rejoined the band in 1996 and stayed until 2002. His latest album, Anomaly, was released in 2009. Guitar World magazine ranked him 14th Greatest Metal Guitarist of All Time.
Curtis Finch Jr isn’t just making the cut in the current season of American Idol. He’s setting the bar for the rest of the hopefuls. In fact, for me he’s the frontrunner. In case you missed his background, Curtis is a 25 year-old St Louisan who is a tutor at a charter school and a choir director. The man can sing. American Idol airs Wednesdays and Thursdays on Fox at 7pm.
Robert Plant is hinting he’d be open to a Led Zeppelin reunion next year. In an interview with Australia’s version of 60 Minutes, he denied the idea that he’s the reason that the band hasn’t reunited. Plant said, “Jimmy and John Paul are Capricorns. They don’t say a word. They’re quite contained in their own worlds and they leave it to me. I’m not the bad guy. You need to see the Capricorns. I’ve got nothing to do in 2014.”
Led Zeppelin reunited (with Jason Bonham on drums) for one show in 2007. Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were willing to tour, but Robert wasn’t interested citing previous plans.
So far, there is no comment from Page and Jones on Plant’s recent comments.
Adele is considering a multimillion-dollar residency in Las Vegas. According to the UK’s Daily Star, Adele wants to settle in one place instead of touring the world while she adjusts to motherhood and records new music. She has been talking about her options with Vegas veteran Elton John.
Bryan Adams and his partner Alicia Grimaldi welcomed their second baby girl in London earlier this week. The couple named their daughter Lula Rosylea. She’s joining her big sister Bunny, who’s 22 months. Adams said, “Lula Rosylea decided to arrive at tea time. Rosylea is cockney rhyming slang in London for ‘cup of tea’ and the name Lula comes from Gene Vincent’s song ‘Be-Bop-A-Lula.’”