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I think we can all agree, myself included (as a female) that there are some pretty toxic women in this world. Of course, there are toxic men, too, so there will likely be a companion article to this soon that shows the other side of the coin. However, for the purpose of this article, we will focus on an AskReddit thread.

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On Reddit, one user posed the question “Fellas, what is your “She is probably crazy” – red flag? In response, 1.4 comments were posted to the thread. But, there was a lot of overlap, so I condensed it down a bit to the ones I thought were both funny and true. Let us know what you think in the comments.

1. Odysseyshot says,

“Everyone doesn’t like me, my family won’t even talk to me… I don’t know why!” Pro tip: Run.”

2. Soulxrebel says,

A dead giveaway is knowing how many people she has problems with at work. 1-2 is typical. 3-4 now I’m skeptical. 5+ she is most likely crazy and the problem.

3. FeralLorax says,

If the word “Drama” is one of the first 100 words I hear her say.

4. DGauss says,

“I want to be treated like a princess” tends to be a good one. I have experienced this and just a few days ago my friend’s ex-princess saw us at a bar. She approached us and began to yell at him for going out with friends so soon after they broke up. I don’t think I helped, I couldn’t stop laughing.

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5. Internet_observer says,

Date #1: Asked about marriage about 6 times, asked where I would propose to her, mentioned her ex, and mentioned that she defines herself by being in a relationship.

There was no date #2 no matter how badly she wanted one.

6. [deleted] says,

All her previous boyfriends were assholes. I mean technically that could be possible, but it’s far more likely she’s just bitter about driving them all away.

7. King_tommen says,

“I’m only friends with guys, girls are just too crazy” At that point I know there’s gonna be something up.

8. Deckpumps_n_deldos says,

I have always noticed chicks that post those dramatic facebook memes/quotes/pictures.

Example: “Sometimes 2 people need to be lost in order to find each other again” with a background pic of a sunset…

Yea, those b*tches are crazy.

9. PM_girls_pooping says,

If everyone hates her and she doesn’t know why

10. Sl*tworship says,

When she leaves 11 voice mails in a two-hour period.


I admittedly laughed very hard at many of these. However, the irony is not lost on me that many of these men had what I would refer to as ‘Red Flag’ Reddit handles, just sayin’.

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