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They’re more prone to be pickier about the quality of sex when considering a long-term relationship.
I will end a relationship if a woman relies on me to change to only meet her needs and not vice versa." - Greg Pugh, 29, Corona del Mar "If I'm on a first date and the guy has bad table manners and bad etiquette.
And if I'm in a long-term relationship, a guy that's dishonest and too guarded is a deal breaker." - Amber Brown, 27, Costa Mesa "When you feel you can no longer trust that person.
Men, on the other hand, seem to care more about quantity.
Men are also more likely to consider someone who “talks too much” as a dealbreaker, compared to women, who are more likely to be turned off by someone who spends too much time watching TV or playing video games.
In the business world, a deal breaker is the one non-negotiable term that, if not agreed to, means the deal is off.