Most people have probably had the unfortunate privilege of meeting, dating, and trying to avoid them at all costs.

Just because you might prepare yourself for the thunderstorm and pack your umbrella, doesn’t mean you won’t get wet.

Before you even know it, you’ve been played, dumped and left heartbroken in one fell swoop. You don’t have to be dating a guy to tell if he’s probably a player.

How to spot a player Spotting a player is just a matter of observing little signs that point to his womanizing ways. At the gym recently, I witnessed first-hand a guy turn to check out a girl’s butt who was walking in front of me, to then see him turn back around, face me, and smirk.

It could get you wondering why he has to affirm this, when you can get a chance to witness it firsthand.

The mere fact that he has to declare this “talent” to you can signal that he’s better at announcing it than proving it. Here are signs it’s time to meet the parents] #3 He tunes in and out often.

He’s not hurt, he’s not been captured by zombies, he’s not been taken by aliens, and he’s not stranded somewhere on the side of the road without cell phone service.

He’s not responding because you either said something extremely offensive, in which case you should review your previous conversation, or he’s out there with his philandering ways.

” then you should immediately know he’s good at saying all the right things, or so he thinks.

A guy that says parents love him is saying he’s in control, that he knows all the right things to say and it’s a walk in the park for him.

You call your BFF with great enthusiasm about the new guy you just met. After a few dates, it's only appropriate to be on his calendar during a weekend evening.3. After a few months of dating and several conversations for upcoming events with his friends and family that he never follows up on, don't believe he is going alone.