After my divorce, I spent five years online dating.
From this market we can determine what individual preferences are for a mate, and this can be extremely useful in economic analysis.
Making this kind of list screams, "I am not ready to date." These people are either not over the last relationship and are telling you everything bad that happened to them, or they have stellar grudge-holding fortitude. a) "I am leaving you a voicemail, so either you are busy or avoiding my calls." [This is designed to make you feel guilty, whether you have done something wrong or not. People should have at least one profile photo with a smile.
Run.] b) "Your actions indicate that you are not as into me as I am to you." [Run. People Who Spout Technicalities: If someone starts a phrase with "technically," yell, "liar, liar, pants on fire! "Technically" indicates the beginning of a lie, however small. Horn Tooters: Those who feel the need to toot their own horns are probably tooting it because no one else will. That way, you can see if all teeth are present and accounted for.
I call them "big red flags." If you are casually dating, these flags may not matter to you.
If you want a relationship, however, you should weed out people with traits that are detrimental to long term success. List Makers: These people list everything they don't want in a date on their online dating profiles, or verbalize that list on an actual date.