Are you dating a car salesman

The player is one of the worst dating types to avoid.

They're usually super busy either gettin' busy with others behind your back OR taking glamorous bathroom mirror selfies. The bathroom is occupied until the perfect selfie is achieved. Are you scarwed, spelled with a "w" to indicate a baby is saying it?

Players need to accumulate a portfolio of flattering selfies to send to their millions of girlfriends and boyfriends to keep them interested. If you ever want to use the bathroom again, do not date a player. Now that you know that they're weak, you can destroy them. There are real things to be afraid of like bees and sharks and tidal waves. Warning sign: Cries during Olive Garden commercials.

Warning sign: Is in the bathroom right now If the person you're dating is afraid of commitment, they've already made a huge mistake. You know what they say: "work hard, play hard." If you date someone who works hard, prepare to feel their wrath when it's play time.

“I’ll help you shop tomorrow.” Ironically enough this orange-Fit hating friend was a red head, but he was also insanely good at getting what he wanted. Over the years, I have seen many friends stay in dead-end relationships and settle for what they don’t want because they are scared that if they walk away they won’t find what they are looking for.

I was convinced it was the best new smelling car I could get and because negotiating makes me uncomfortable, I made the decision that I was going to get this car no matter the price. “I can’t let people think I would hang out with someone who drives an orange Honda Fit,” he said. And I didn’t believe they system applied to dating until a couple years ago when I used that car to drive away from someone that I honestly believed I couldn’t live without.

They are often shown as sleazy men in horrible outdated suits that will do anything to close a deal.

So the best thing you can do is provide the least amount of information about you and your situation as possible.

Maybe you just totaled your car and need to get a new car this very same day, don’t let them know that. If you are married you will likely take your spouse anyway but even if you are single it can be worth it to bring a friend or two or even a relative with you.

They don’t need to know if you plan on buying a car today, this week or next week. People are more vulnerable under high-pressure when alone so having others there with you can reduce the chances you rush into a decision. If you are using the phone to call around with questions during your preliminary shopping it is the salesman’s job to get you into the showroom.

If they sense urgency they will immediately realize they have some additional bargaining power. This can also help to ensure the salesperson is completely forthright. They may lure you in with specials or deals that may or may not exist so it is up to you to do your due diligence beforehand and strictly get the facts you are looking for.

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