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For as much patience as most of us have when first meeting another person, there are sometimes where, whatever they do, is just too much to handle. That's not saying they're the worst person, but if someone comes into a dinner party acting as if his or her day was the most important thing ever, most of the guests will probably think he/she is a little full of themselves.
Of course, snap judgements on someone is always a little tricky because, as mentioned above, it's not as if that's always (hopefully) what that person is like. It just so happens to be the first thing you saw them like.
Anyway, a few people took to Reddit to reveal exactly what are the biggest turn-offs someone can do, leading to a person instantly judging you and putting you in a hole that you'll have to dig yourself out from under.
Now, I try to avoid judging someone I don't know, but, it can be difficult. Hell, I remember a time when a guy who knew my girlfriend was dating me actually tried slipping her his number while putting his hand on her lower back. Dude, good luck coming back from that one. He's lucky I didn't go over and sock him—but I play nice.
I'm sure there are plenty of examples each of you have about judging someone, so head on over to Reddit to see the full thread and see how your stories stack up.