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Five women guys dread

india Updated: Apr 30, 2011 13:08 IST
Shara Ashraf
Shara Ashraf
Hindustan Times
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Confused why Mr Right drifts apart from you just when you were hoping he will pop the question? Do you sound a tad like these universally-dreaded women listed below who scare away guys due to their irritating habits?

The perennial cribber
Fiercely opinionated, she lives to crib about everything that’s wrong and unfair and loves thrusting her views on everyone around her. “She is looking for a perfect world and will have very high expectations from you as well. Meeting her parameters may be impossible,” says psychiatrist Dr Sandeep Vohra.

The crybaby
Her tear glands get into serious action at any instance. And if you thought these are trivial matters, she brands you insensitive. “Such women need to grow up mentally. Only take the plunge if you are willing to play daddy all the time,” says Vohra.

Miss baggage
When she broke up, you gave her a shoulder to cry on until it ached. You were confident she’s completely over her past when you proposed her. Your irritation is justified when you see her turning gloomy every time she listens to a sad romantic number. “She might be comparing you to her ex. It can be tough to get along,” Dr Vohra says.

High maintenance babe
Her self-worth doubles in her eyes with each Gucci, Prada and D&G that comes under her possession. She gives you a disgusted look if take her to McDonalds. Her swooning over your NRI friend’s Lamborghini is capable of making your loyal Honda City feel like a khatara auto. “Luxury is her weakness. She won’t mind graduating to a richer boyfriend,” warns Dr Vohra.

The manly gal
She thinks it’s cool to use nasty abuses, makes sure she never lets you pay her bills, open a door or pull a chair for her. If you insist you will come along as she leaves for a late-night assignment, she tells you it’s an outdated idea. There’s nothing wrong in being independent, but don’t complain if romance feels deflated. “She is dominating by nature and will be happy with someone effeminate,” says Dr Vohra.