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Habits in Men that Women Find Annoying

Everyone has some good and some bad habits however there are habits that are quite gender specific. Here are some of the habits in men that women find annoying.

Dating By Meenakshi ChaudharyApr 04, 2014

Habits Can Be Annoying

Everyone has some good and some bad habits however there are habits that are quite gender specific. Here are some of the habits in men that women find annoying. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

Spontaneous Decisions

While women plan everything and take decisions based on the requirements, men often tend to take spontaneous decisions which can easily annoy women. Women especially hate surprise vacations as they like planning and packing everything in advance. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

Empty Cans

Men have another annoying habit of leaving trash everywhere but in bins. Men learn this habit usually during college days but often take the habit with them when they move out of hostels. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

Treating Others Poorly

Women don't like men who are disrespectful to strangers, especially people who serve you somehow. Men who treat waiters and servers poorly often annoy the women sitting next to them. It has been a common deal breaker for several new couples. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

Falling Asleep After Sex

A study conducted at the University of Michigan found that women like chatting and cuddling after sex as much as they like sex. However men have a habit of falling asleep right after sex. This can leave the partner annoyed and disappointed. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

Not Listening

This one can be considered a universal fact. Men tend to have selective listening when they are busy with something they like. Women find this habit very annoying as they often find themselves repeating the same words and get a dull response in return. In most cases men later enquire about what they were being asked. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

Cell Phone Addiction

Although gadgets and technologies are on the rise, however women don't like men who are too much possessed with their gadgets. Men frequently using cell phones on a date can easily annoy women they are dating. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

Leaving the Toilet Seat Up

Women want the toilet seat down while men often leave it up. While it may seem like a minor issue, women find it annoying, especially after reminding them about their need of having the toilet seat down. Some women can even find it disrespectful. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

Unfriendly Friends

Men love making friends and often treat some not so likable people as friends. Although there's not a lot they can do about it, however women don't like this habit at all. Women like their men to have friends that can offer nice and positive company. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

Casual Approach

A recent survey found that about 60% of single women consider casually dressed men to reconsider their choice of date. Women get annoyed with men who have a habit of not caring about their looks. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

Nails and Hair

A recent study found that leaving clippings and shavings around the house was a big annoyance for several women. Not just those women just hate men with poor hygiene. Men should learn how to nicely clip nails and shave their beards. Image Courtesy : Getty Images

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