Luisa Dal Din reveals women’s biggest icks and turn offs when dating men in a new TikTok trend


From crossing their legs while sitting to saying ‘youse’: Thousands of women confess their biggest male turn-offs in ‘brutally honest’ viral trend

  • Single women are sharing their biggest turn offs in a hilarious new TikTok trend
  • Luisa Dal Din and Victoria Minell, from Sydney, tried the trend in a now-viral clip 
  • They rated hypothetical men out of ten based on one of their small turn offs
  • Their ‘icks’ included crossing their legs, saying ‘youse’ and owning a chihuahua

Women are sharing the petty ‘icks’ that turn them off men in a brutal yet entertaining TikTok trend – including saying ‘youse’ and owning a pet chihuahua.  

Luisa Dal Din and foodie influencer Victoria Minell, from Sydney, played the game with each other while on a walk where they rate hypothetical men out of ten based on an unattractive quality in a video posted to TikTok. 

‘He’s a seven [out of 10] but he jumps up and down at a concert,’ the clip that has racked up more than 717,000 views was captioned. 

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Kiwi expat Luisa Dal Din (pictured left) and popular foodie Victoria Minell (pictured right) have jumped on board TikTok's hilarious latest trend where women reveal their 'icks' in men in a viral clip

Kiwi expat Luisa Dal Din (pictured left) and popular foodie Victoria Minell (pictured right) have jumped on board TikTok’s hilarious latest trend where women reveal their ‘icks’ in men in a viral clip

'He's an eight but he'll make you stop when you're out for dinner to make you boomerang the food,' Luisa said

‘He’s an eight but he’ll make you stop when you’re out for dinner to make you boomerang the food,’ Luisa said

Women share their dating ‘icks’

Jumping at a concerts

Running for a bus or train 

Clapping when the plane lands 

Sitting with legs crossed

Saying ‘youse’

Owning a chihuahua 

Wearing boat shoes

Pierced ear

Not owning a car

Taking too many food photos 

 Sleeveless puffer jackets

Driving a Nissan cube

Southern cross tattoos 

Saying ‘pacifically’ instead of ‘specifically’

Holding cutlery with a fist

Calling parents ‘mummy’ and ‘daddy’

Wearing transition lenses

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‘He’s an eight but every time you go out for breakfast he sits with his legs crossed,’ Victoria asked to which the NOVA radio producer re-ranked him down to a two. 

Luisa, a Kiwi expat, then said her ‘biggest ick’ was a man who regularly says ‘youse’ giving him a ‘negative one’. 

‘He’s an eight but he’ll make you stop when you’re out for dinner to make you boomerang the food,’ Luisa said. 

‘Before you eat? A two – I’ve been there,’ Victoria answered. 

Other ‘icks’ included men owning a chihuahua, with pierced ears, and who only wear boat shoes. 

‘He’s a 10 but he doesn’t own a car,’ Victoria asked to which Luisa responded: ‘Nah so you’re catching the bus with him – a two’. 

Luisa, a Kiwi expat, then said her 'biggest ick' was a man who regularly says 'youse' giving him a 'negative one'

Luisa, a Kiwi expat, then said her ‘biggest ick’ was a man who regularly says ‘youse’ giving him a ‘negative one’

The pair rated a man who owns a chihuahua badly while those who love cats got a ten from Victoria

Other 'icks' included men now owning a car, with pierced ears, and who only wear boat shoes

Other ‘icks’ included men owning a chihuahua, with pierced ears, and who only wear boat shoes

The pair also listed some qualities they found attractive like being an AFL player and loving cats. 

Hundreds of women took to the comments to with their object and agree while others shared their own petty turns offs including Southern Cross tattoos, and clapping when the plane lands.

‘He’s a 10 but he drives a Nissan Cube,’ one woman laughed while second joked: ‘He’s a 9 but he says ‘pacifically’.’

‘He’s a 9 but he holds his spoon with a fist and brings his face to the bowl,’ a third contributed.  

‘100% with you on the chihuahua,’ one person agreed while another replied: ‘What’s wrong with chihuahua’s? That’d make him a 10 for me’. 

‘What’s wrong with a guy who doesn’t own a car? Maybe he is still working hard to get one,’ another asked to which Luisa responded: ’10. Work hard play hard’.  

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