But there was a huge problem

Dating a guy with the same name as your dad

According to the Daily Mail, women are more likely to choose a mate with the same or similar eye and hair color as their dad. That was the question I had to ask myself two years ago when a guy who was interested in me asked me to go out with him again. He knew what to say to set you into a mad panic and, now that you are both much older, he knows just how to annoy you into a teeth grinding growl. For instance, your dad likes to make furniture out of wood.

But still, I was hesitant. In this case, you will be attracted to men who are similar to that uncle or stepdad. For the same reason, some men have a smell that you are instantly drawn to. We choose men that remind us of dad because they are comforting and familiar to us.

Your boyfriend it turns

If you were never close to your father, you may have had a substitute dad, like an uncle or a stepfather who played the role of the male figure in your life. For the thousandth time, I am a left hander.

Some women gravitate towards

CallMeDave Finding the right partner is difficult enough as it is, so I would certainly not rule someone out simply because of their name. You will each grab something healthy and one unhealthy item for the trip. You could call it pheromones, but it may just be that his scent reminds you of your dad.

Some women gravitate towards men who are ten to twenty years older than them simply because they feel safer with an older man. Your boyfriend, it turns out, collects free wood pallets and makes some pretty neat things out of them. They are both into making things out of wood and you kind of like the similarity. In my case, the name thing was an initial dealbreaker, but I ultimately decided to move past it.