1st Date Facts 1. The WORST food to eat on a first date is...GARLIC BREAD, with 37% of the vote. Wings came in second at 23% and spaghetti is third, at 13%. 2.BAD HYGIENE is the biggest deal breaker on a date. Smoking and unemployment are the next two biggest deal breakers. 3. 21% of people say that they consult with their PETS before seriously dating someone. Only 28% consult with their friends!

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