A 93-year-old woman from the United States has reached viral heights on social media with her frank dating advice for singles around the world – particularly when it comes to which men she thinks it best to avoid.

In a series she calls ‘Red Flags for Guys’, Lillian Droniak has educated – and entertained – her audiences, warning them off of everyone from those who won’t open doors to those who won’t provide regular compliments, don’t have soup on hand, and don’t like bingo.

In a later entry, she expanded on her own list, declaring that those who lie about their height, those who are water signs, anyone with a name starting with the letter J, plays golf, and don’t like cats are major red flags in the romantic department.

“If he doesn’t like bingo, I don’t date him because I love bingo,” she explained. “If he doesn’t keep enough soup for me in the refrigerator. I always like soup and eat soup … if he doesn’t call me pretty all the time, I don’t want anything to do with him.”

As Lillian told Good Morning America of her decision to launch her account, she gives her advice because she’s already been through it, and that the next generation “are maybe too young to think about it.

“I was bashful when I was young. And now I’m too much trouble sometimes.”

And while Lillian is happy to dish out her advice, it isn’t without some personal experience. The grandmother has also been open with her followers about her own journey back into the realm of dating, even sharing a clip of her preparing for an upcoming date after 25 years without embarking on one.

“My first date in 25 years and he’s going to pick me up in 20 minutes,” she said. “I’m getting nervous now. I met him at bingo and that’s the way it goes.

“He’s really handsome and I couldn’t say no … I might kiss him, you never know but I’m going to still put lipstick on just in case.”

“If he doesn’t like it, he could leave,” she explained, after showcasing her outfit for the camera, “all I want is a free dinner.

“I’m not even going to bring my wallet or my purse. I’ll let you know how it goes.”

Unfortunately, it wasn’t destined to work out for Lillian and her would-be partner, as she later returned to inform everyone that she “just got back from my date and it was no good.

“He didn’t even look at my outfit and say that it looks pretty. He was rude to the waiter, he was just a rude person. He didn’t even hold the door for me like a gentleman should.

“Bottom line he wasn’t a gentleman, not my type. And he was shorter than me.”

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This article first appeared on Over60.