What makes you instantly dislike someone you just met? by QuestionGuy March 27, 2022, 11:54 pm What makes you instantly dislike someone you just met? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMedislikeinstantlymetQuestion and Answer See more Previous article If you discovered that all the sperm you have been flushing in the toilet ended up having contact with radioactive materials and created a living life form with your genes, would you want to see what it is like and raise it or would you try to smash it with a bible? Next article Why is 6 afraid of 7 44 Comments Leave a Reply If they are TOO cocky – confidence is attractive to an extent Log in to Reply Bragging Log in to Reply Racism, arrogance, immaturity, being extremely loud and talking over people in conversations. Log in to Reply Boastfulness. Log in to Reply IDK what it is but there have been a couple times in my life that the moment they introduce themselves I can just “feel” that they’re not a trustworthy person and I immediately dislike them. I don’t know what it is, IDK what I’m sensing, but maybe it’s a dog instinct that just tells me without necessarily telling me why, that they are not to be trusted or to be friends with. I have never been able to figure out if it’s their tone of voice, their eyes, their facial expressions, the way they carry themselves, etc., but internally I can “feel” it. In those few cases I’ve alluded to above I did later find out indeed they were very unsavory characters, if even I didn’t exactly know why but I did know that they weren’t trustworthy. Log in to Reply If they ask If i have a moment to talk about our lord and savior. Log in to Reply They are too aggressive, negative, and a bit sadistic toward the people they dislike Log in to Reply B.O. Log in to Reply Shyness is fine, but rudeness is an instant and hard no for me. People who immediately put you down in some way to feel superior. I’ll remain polite but in my head I will have ticked a box labelled ‘fuck this person’. I will get away from them as soon as I can and avoid them like the plague after that. Log in to Reply It’s a bit ironic, but people that instantly dislike others for their beliefs, like their religion or their political alignment Log in to Reply An overly firm handshake. Log in to Reply Being so talkative Log in to Reply Holocaust deniers Log in to Reply Too much info too quick. Either about themselves or someone else. Log in to Reply Making low key insults to me and others, disguised as jokes, lighthearted teasing, or back-handed compliments. A lot of very insecure and toxic people do this all the time. Log in to Reply When they avoid eye contact. I find it creepy. Log in to Reply Being overfamiliar. Log in to Reply Their MAGA hat Log in to Reply If they start going on about their tattoos Log in to Reply How they behave in the first 2 minutes Log in to Reply When they pull down their pants and take a dump on my hand instead of shaking it. Hate it when people do that. Log in to Reply Body odour. Log in to Reply If they interrupt me, or have to one up everything I say. The worst. Log in to Reply Lack of empathy. Or truck nuts Log in to Reply If I am standing silently in a group of people because I have nothing to contribute but still want to listen, and then someone joins the group to also listen, but stands immediately in front of me as if I am not there. Biggest pet peeve. Log in to Reply Bad breath. Log in to Reply Talking about themself in third person Log in to Reply Usually just hearing them speak Log in to Reply If they start trying to talk to me about anime Log in to Reply “thanking me” for my service, or any other dishonest bullshit oath of fealty to the Republican Party. Log in to Reply Facial piercings on women. In my experience every woman with facial piercing suffers from some form of insanity or pathology that makes her extremely deviant in a bad way Log in to Reply When they try to gain some kind of weird credit for pumping stupid conspiracy theories and like Trump. Log in to Reply The way their eyes goes Log in to Reply To me it’s when someone constantly makes jokes about them being single or things similar to that because it’s just depressing. Log in to Reply They think they can have it all. Log in to Reply They start talking about this great business opportunity I might be interested in. Log in to Reply Shake. Log in to Reply When they say that anything above 100% is nOt MaThMaTiCaLlY pOsSiBlE Log in to Reply Furrys Log in to Reply Isa vibe, bro. Log in to Reply When I greeted him and told him my name, and they told ME how it’s “actually” pronounced, smh Log in to Reply Loud, attention seeking or vanity Log in to Reply “mmmm no.” Log in to Reply People who flip off the camera. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.