You don't want these things in common with your significant other.
An Employer It's that whole "don't poop where you eat" rule, and it's there for a good reason. Working with your SO can go very badly very quickly.
Parental Units Hopefully we can all agree that the question mark is unnecessary in this case. Sharing parents is a definite no-no.
Phobias Somebody has to be brave enough to kill the bugs. Or you just have to move out every time you come across one.
Stressors When one of you is flipping out, it certainly helps that the other is chill. Relationships are about balance.
Being A Hothead If you both tend to fly off the handle, there is probably going to be a lot of screaming matches in your home.
The Need To Win In every fight, somebody eventually has to cave. This is how it is, plain and simple. You can't win 'em all.
Indecisiveness"Honey, what do you want to eat?""I don't know. What do you want?""I don't know. What do you want?"Yeah. That'll end well.
Flaws It's always nice when your partner is good at the things you're not, and vice versa. This is how we learn to be better people.
Problems With Managing Money Money is already a problem in many relationships, and even a big reason why they end. It's crucial to find a way to make it work.
Keeping Track Of Everything It's not cool for either of you to keep track of all the wins and losses in your relationship. Leave the past in the past, or you're always going to try to one-up each other.
Exes Yeah. No. This could get awkward really fast.
Bathroom Breaks Ugh. How inconvenient. Working out your bathroom schedule so that you each have your own private time in the John is the logical answer.
Appearances Well, research does say that we tend to be attracted to people who look like us; so it makes sense, really.
Taste In Sweets This is important. Write this one down. If you and your mate like to steal a French fry from each other's lunches, fine; but dessert is off-limits.
Parts Of The Chicken You Like To Eat This is just practical, people. You can't both want the drumsticks. Then what do you do with yourselves? Fight over it?
No Drive We can't be 100 percent motivated 100 percent of the time; that's why it's important to have a partner to push you when you need it.
A Problem With Communicating Relationships are built on solid communication; this we know. If you both don't know how to appropriately share your thoughts and feelings, you'll run into a lot of friction.
Your ToothbrushJust because.
Not Knowing How To Cook Can you imagine if neither of you could cook and neither of you could make a decision on where to eat? You'd just starve to death. That won't work, now will it?Your Name Personally, I think this would be kind of fun; but that's just me.