7. She’s insanely jealous of Brooklyn Decker
If this potential girlfriend’s face turns a shade of magenta when Decker’s blonde hair and ah-mazing bottom happen to come up, chances are this woman’s insecurities are going to drive you mad. How many times are you willing to tell someone, no she doesn’t look fat or that she is, in fact having a great hair day? Twice a day… maybe? No? Run along, then. Self-confidence can’t come from someone else.
6. Guys’ Nights infuriate her
No sane woman should care that you want to hang out with your dude friends some nights. Go, run forth with your wolf pack! Leave us to Sex In the City reruns. A GF freaking out over these kind of casual outings isn’t normal — you shouldn’t feel guilty for having friends.
5. You suddenly have a lot in common
Sharing books, iTunes libraries and picking up each other’s slang: these are all the great parts of being in a rad relationship. Sharing is caring! However, if she’s practically committing identity theft (i.e. she’s changed her baseball team allegiance, favorite food, and most listened to genre of music), back away slowly. Soon she’ll be hacking into your accounts and doing in-depth analysis of your tweets.
4. Her favorite topic of conversation is her father
Whether he “ruined her life” or is “the greatest man around,” hearing about Dad more than a few times a day could indicate many-a-problem.
3. She “hates” other women
You’ve heard it before, and you’ll surely hear it again, “I hate other women,” lady-friend says. “I get along better with guys.” Cue the internal alarm. So she has more dude pals. That’s fine. But for a woman to claim she “hates” other women? Not good.
2. She’s taking diet pills
Attempting to boost your metabolism with a pill can cause some nasty side affects like restlessness and intense mood swings. Hence, the craziness. It’s doubtful this would be something she’d be open about (and if she is, run). But if you start picking up hints that she might be consuming these suckers to substitute for food, realize she’s more in need of a therapist, not a boyfriend.
1 She’s outwardly stalking you on Facebook
Not only is her request to alter your relationship status from “single” to “in a relationship” lightning-fast, but she’s also made a snapshot of the two of you her profile picture the second you hooked up. Then she asked you, “Could you please do the same?” She just wants people to know you’re together. Once you give in, she tags herself in your pictures — pictures that she’s not even in — just ‘cause she also wants people to know what a huge part of your life she is.