What Are Montanans’ Biggest Turn-Offs? Here’s The Top 5.
When it comes to attraction, we all have those certain things that grab our attention when it comes to others. Of course, it seems that the same rules apply when it comes to a turn-off; apparently, we all have something that is an absolute deal-breaker.
We asked Montanans what their biggest turn-offs were and there were a whole lot of answers. Some were physical traits, others were more about the person's character. Either way, it seems that we all have something that is a total turn-off.
So, what did Montanans say was the one thing that was a total turn-off? Here are the Top 5 answers.
Bad Oral Hygiene
I'm reminded of the little commercial that used to play on Saturday mornings when I was growing up. It was all about this little creature who had horrible oral hygiene, and it was so bad that people called him "Yuck Mouth". The purpose of the cartoon was to get kids to take care of their teeth.
For a whole lot of Montanans, bad teeth and/or bad breath is a total turn-off.
Public opinion has certainly changed in the last couple of decades when it comes to smoking. When I was a kid, you could smoke darn near everywhere. I remember flying on a passenger jet when I was a little boy, and folks were smoking. Heck, people even used to smoke in hospital rooms. Of course, the attitude has changed and for many Montanans, smoking is a no-go nowadays.
Arrogance also made the list of the Top 5 Biggest Turn-Offs. I certainly don't think there is anything wrong with a little bit of confidence, however, when you blow past confidence and end up in the land of arrogance, that can rub people the wrong way real fast. It seems some people simply can't help themselves from showing their arrogance, which isn't something most Montanans appreciate.
In a world filled with soaps, deodorants, body washes, body sprays, colognes, and perfumes, I'm not sure why this would be such an issue, but it seems that it is. Outside of some sort of medical condition, I can think of very few reasons for someone to smell. Montanans aren't fans, and body odor makes the Top 5 list.
Finally, there's lying. We've all heard the saying "honesty is the best policy" and the fact is, if you're lying about something in a relationship, chances are, you shouldn't be doing what you're lying about. Lying leads to trust issues, and it's extremely hard to bounce back after you have trust issues. So as far as Montanans are concerned, lying is a total turn-off.
There you go, the Top 5 Total Turn-Offs according to Montanans. What turn-off would you add to the list?