Deal Breakers

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  • Published on Jan 11, 2022

  • another deal breaker: people who like chocolate chip banana bread over regular-- you heard me

    Recipe:
    Wet:
    3 very ripe bananas
    ½ cup melted unsalted butter
    2 tbsp neutral oil
    ½ cup granulated sugar
    ¼ cup greek yogurt / sour cream / or cream cheese
    2 eggs
    ¼ cup coffee liquor

    Dry:
    2 cups AP flour
    1 tsp baking soda
    1 teaspoon kosher salt

    Toppings:
    2 tbsp turbinado sugar for toppings
    ¼ cup crushed pecans for toppings

    Bake at 350F for 50 minutes
    Make sure to grease a 9 x 5 inch loaf pan with butter or nonstick spray


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Comments • 5 909

  • Doobydobap
    Doobydobap  19 hours ago +4

    What's your deal breaker?!??! 💔 💔 💔

  • Bribe
    Bribe 14 hours ago +9

    in a partner, i look for someone who's emotionally mature and kind and caring, and someone who i can rely on just as much as they rely on me. i would like to be able to have conversations with them and be able to deeply understand each other

  • Twiistz
    Twiistz 4 hours ago +1

    Going to work daily doesn’t make you “working class”. Working class means you have nothing to sell but your labor.

  • Koopsas
    Koopsas 7 hours ago +256

    There's actually some research that states that often what attracts you to someone will turn you away from them. Someone who's organised and dutifully can be controlling and inflexible. Someone who's free spirited and carefree can be unreliable and disorganised. Driven people can turn out selfish, and calm people could just be lazy and unfocused.

  • David Ryan
    David Ryan 2 hours ago +7

    Yeah truly there's only two classes: the working class and the ownership class. The first class does all the work and the second class takes the credit. Also all the money.

  • Andy
    Andy 4 hours ago +34

    The guys who go through the most struggle don’t always have the same privileges as others. So find a guy that has been through enough to humble him yet hasn’t broken him. If he isn’t humble he’s never truly been challenged.

  • CaragBTW
    CaragBTW 16 hours ago +3

    Those banana cakes are looking fire i swear

  • Evelyn Rose
    Evelyn Rose 2 hours ago +56

    I used to be one of those “life savers”. I love it when someone needs me, even more than i need them. But then after a few really bad relationships I realized that I (especially as a teenager) am not emotionally controlled enough to have someone breaking down on me every moment. It just led to irritation and lots of pain. Now i like someone who’s confident or, more importantly, inspires me to be.

  • NXRTH
    NXRTH 4 hours ago +15

    I mean being driven doesn't just inherently make you an asshole, kinda weird that you paint people who had to work hard in life because nothing was handed to us in life that way.

  • Gage Sons
    Gage Sons 17 hours ago +30

    Tell me you're kinda stuck up without telling me you're kinda stuck up. "I dont want someone who just has everything handed to them because I had everything handed to me. But I dont want someone who works hard because they take their time seriously and I think its rude."

  • EveryMinuteAsuckerISborn
    EveryMinuteAsuckerISborn 7 hours ago +4

    She wants a deer that looks, sounds and pretends to hunt like a lion.

  • Ash
    Ash 19 hours ago +5

    I think when it comes to dating, people need to focus more on seeking virtue and shared values rather than what just makes them feel good

  • Sioy
    Sioy 4 hours ago +160

    so basically, if you grow up privileged, you’re gonna want someone else who’s privileged 😭

  • Diablo Ninja
    Diablo Ninja 4 hours ago +36

    The best people to be with in life are those who are content with "enough" and their enough matches with your enough.

  • Joanna
    Joanna 7 hours ago +119

    I love how videos like this always point out other people's vices but not your own.

  • Hixta
    Hixta 23 hours ago +3

    If someone grew up privileged and doesn't have any financial goals or ambitions but can provide your basic needs and even your material desires, what's so wrong with that? Isn't that what true love is? Loving someone for who they really are not for what they are or what they've accomplished? All I need in a partner is a good soul that can provide and receive unconditional love.

  • gonhop
    gonhop 19 hours ago +598

    People who are "hustlers" seem to never know how to incorporate a slower, more meaningful pace in their daily lives. They end up chasing perfection or 'success' until one day they realize they wasted years of their lives neglecting all the small, joyous experiences and individuals they interacted with. I guess not knowing how to be mindful is a dreal-breaker for me.

  • Gustavo Fedrizzi
    Gustavo Fedrizzi 4 hours ago +20

    I'm wondering if when she says "they were selfish" she means "they were not willing to sacrifice their dreams just to please me momentaneously".

  • Jaz
    Jaz 4 hours ago +124

    I feel like she's mistaking hustlers/go getters for being selfish when they probably set boundaries and know how they want their life to look. Unfortunately, we live in a world where people pleasing and accommodating despite your needs is the norm. So, when someone gives hard NOs, a lot of people get offended.

  • Fanny Alexander
    Fanny Alexander 2 hours ago +4

    Single for 6 years and could’ve been felt any greater, indeed my best self. I was at my peak of everything, so liberating and just stress free. I didn’t realized how much self love and respect can change your life. Funnier is that now I have more understanding on what I want in a relationship because I know myself more and I can stand on my own.