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    To go along with the corresponding thread "Guys what would you say makes a woman damaged goods???",

    Ladies, what would you say makes a man damaged goods?
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    A man who got kicked hard in his crotch. Those goods would be damaged and unable to perform at optimal level in bed. :sadnod:
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    (Original post by Groot)
    A man who got kicked hard in his crotch. Those goods would be damaged and unable to perform at optimal level in bed. :sadnod:
    The bigger they are, the harder they fall.
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    I'm disappointed, I thought this was going to be an interesting thread.
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    Alcohol/ drug addictions, serious mental disorders, bad temper, extremely insecure posessive ... Again probably signs of mental issues...
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    When they've already shown themself to be a 'player' - hard to change an opinion of a guy after he has gained that reputation.
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    (Original post by Abbie :))
    When they've already shown themself to be a 'player' - hard to change an opinion of a guy after he has gained that reputation.
    You don't like players?
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    having a penis.
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    (Original post by Groot)
    A man who got kicked hard in his crotch. Those goods would be damaged and unable to perform at optimal level in bed. :sadnod:

    Someone give this girl a cookie, hilarious!
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    (Original post by seventhdemon)
    Alcohol/ drug addictions, serious mental disorders, bad temper, extremely insecure posessive ... Again probably signs of mental issues...
    Really? How serious? Depression? Past self harm issues?
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    (Original post by lent6)
    You don't like players?
    Nope
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    I wouldn't go for a guy who:

    - did drugs or is recovering from any kind of drug addiction
    - slept with more than 10 girls (I'm a virgin, it would be too intimidating)
    - has mental issues (depression and others)
    - was married/has kids
    - was in prison before/ has a shady CRB (I know it's hard to detect that but if I knew beforehand then I would reject that but ignorance is bliss)
    - had an STI or STD

    I think that's about it.
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    Kids. I'm not a big fan of children in general and the thought of having to play step-mommy to another woman's brood is enough for me to walk away from a relationship.
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    (Original post by Abbie :))
    Nope
    Neither do I.
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    I would always say people can change. O have seen people change you can't hold someones past against them, in ten years or so they may have been a different person.

    However, my last boyfriend told me he was in youth offenders for fighting when he was 17, and he was now 28, my own dad who is a policeman said ah give him a chance. He was also still a bit of a druggy he smoked weed but he was a nice guy who treated me well, and didn't smoke around me. We split eventually but stayed friends, except I know he is now waiting to be sentenced for gbh as he was coked up at a party and battered the **** out of someone.

    Never judge or hold a past against them (unless its murder or wife beating or something along those lines) but maybe always be wary?

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    Weighing in as a male here. Paranoia and abysmally low self-esteem.
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    I think that cheating, Going to jail for more than petty crime, having children or crazy exes still after them, severe addictions/out of control mental illness, being a bum, having problem, interfering parents/family members is too much for me to deal with. I've had to deal with these all at some stage.
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    Northern Accent is a deal breaker
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    (Original post by Amy04)
    I would always say people can change. O have seen people change you can't hold someones past against them, in ten years or so they may have been a different person.

    However, my last boyfriend told me he was in youth offenders for fighting when he was 17, and he was now 28, my own dad who is a policeman said ah give him a chance. He was also still a bit of a druggy he smoked weed but he was a nice guy who treated me well, and didn't smoke around me. We split eventually but stayed friends, except I know he is now waiting to be sentenced for gbh as he was coked up at a party and battered the **** out of someone.

    Never judge or hold a past against them (unless its murder or wife beating or something along those lines) but maybe always be wary?

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    If I knew that a guy beat someone so badly to go to jail I would still stay farrrr away from them despite there being a chance for them to change. If he can do that to someone he's capable of doing that to me.. I find it really intimidating.
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    (Original post by kodlak)
    Northern Accent is a deal breaker
    :O how could you
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