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Worst Date Foods
Worst Date Foods

Got a big date tonight?

You may want to think about your restaurant choice first!

The Huffington Post has a new study on dating which reports that spaghetti AND garlic bread are first date no-no’s.

Over 37% surveyed said garlic bread was the WORST…followed by wings and 23% and spaghetti at 13% (bet ribs are on the list, too).

Other findings:

73% of people say if your date has food stuck in their teeth, you should tell them…because they’d want to know if roles were reversed

21% of people say they consult with their PETS before seriously dating someone (!)

Bad hygiene once again is the biggest deal breaker on a date with smoking and unemployment right behind

What’s the most important thing for YOU on a date?

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