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As much as we love them, they can sometimes act like babies. You guessed it, I'm talking about good old men. We call them baby, but the idea of them actually acting like one sometimes isn't too far fetch. If you have to question whether you're dating a man or a baby, I think the answer is pretty evident. If you find yourself playing more of the 'mommy role' than that of a girlfriend, it might be time for you to find the nearest exit and run as fast as you can.
No woman wants to date a man who acts like a baby, just like no man would want to date a woman who acts like a baby. If you want a baby, have one -- don't date one. If you think your lover boy might need a pacifier and a nap far too often, keep scrolling to see the signs that your man is just like a baby as told by Cosmopolitan.

'Before literally any important meeting or work event, they have to Google things like "business casual?" and "black tie optional?" so they know what to wear.'

If this is your man, it's time to hit the road jack and don't you come back because this is unacceptable on so many levels.

'Out at a nice restaurant, they peruse the entire menu and then ask the waiter if they can get a cheeseburger, chicken nuggets, or some other entree they could've just gotten at McDonald's.'

Nothing wrong with those foods seen above, but it's also nice to step outside of your comfort zone every now and then when it comes to trying something new.

'If you don't cook spaghetti sauce exactly the way their mom did it, they not only notice, but ask you if you did something weird to the recipe.'

Sometimes you have to remind them, 'I ain't ya mama!'

'Their bedroom floors are constantly littered with dirty clothes — especially socks — because putting their things in the hamper would just require too much work.'

Ladies, if this is the case, you have a child on your hands and not a man.

'When they get a new toy like a cell phone or power tool or whatever, they disappear into their room and spend all day playing with it.'

Because picking up a book or doing something productive has become foreign to many. This is your cue to leave and go shopping -- for a long time.

Sound familiar?

Can you add anything to the list?
well nowadays people have their phones out when their eating on their dates, that's also annoying
@FelipeZambrano I can see that too. There's definitely a line between excitement and "I like my new phone more than I like you"
I can definitely see it from both point of views. I figure that what's being stated is if the guy happens to spend large amounts of time with his new gadget opposed to learning the ins and outs of it. I can definitely see how you could get a feeling of jealousy out of this though for sure @FelipeZambrano
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