John Mayer has been through a lot of women. He has been labeled a “serial dater” and has had his share of public flings.
Many of Mayer’s relationships have come and gone under much public scrutiny. Relationships with other celebrities like Jessica Simpson, Katy Perry, and Taylor Swift have solidified his reputation as a womanizer.
Dating a man with no history of settling down for long requires some patience and understanding.
Here are 8 strict rules John Mayer makes his girlfriends follow
1. Lack of intimacy is a deal breaker.
Who can forget the time Mayer told Playboy magazine that sex with Jessica Simpson was like “napalm.” This revelation is what ended the on-again, off-again relationship between the two.
Simpson and Mayer began dating shortly after her public divorce from Nick Lachey. The two dated from 2006-2010 breaking up and reconciling nine times, according to Mayer.
He called Simpson, “a drug” and went on to say, “And drugs aren’t good for you if you do lots of them,” he says, adding, “Yeah, that girl is like crack cocaine to me.”
Simpson later confirmed that she was offended by the backhanded compliment and that it was the final straw that ended their relationship.
His song, “Heart Warfare”, was thought to be about Simpson, but Mayer dispute that saying, “That woman would never use heartbreak warfare. She was the most communicative, sweetest, kindest person.”
2. He gets to talk about his relationships public.
Mayer has talked about several of his ex-girlfriends in interviews over and over. He has no problem sharing intimate or unflattering details about his relationship.
In the same interview where he talked about his sex life with Jessica Simpson, he went on to discuss the reasons for his breakup with Jennifer Aniston.
There has been a rumor going around that Aniston dumped him because of his excessive tweeting, but he denied that in his response while also sending some shade in her direction.
Mayer began, “There was a rumor that I’d been dumped because I was tweeting too much,” he says. “That wasn’t it, but that was a big difference.”
He continued, “The brunt of her success came before TMZ and Twitter. I think she’s still hoping it goes back to 1998. She saw my involvement in technology as courting distraction.”
Aniston took the comments in stride, saying she still thought Mayer was “a wonderful guy.”
She explained, “He had to put it out there that he broke up with me. And especially because it’s me. I’m not just some girl he’s dating.”
3. He’s not going to commit.
Mayer is known for having relationships but is definitely not known for having lasting ones!
The lothario seems to struggle to give up the single life so if you’re going to date him, don’t expect it to be for too long.
Mayer is reportedly…