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Postby dawolf » Fri Nov 23, 2007 11:18 pm

Hi all. I have a quick question for the females on this forum. It's an open question and would be good to get some in-depth answers.

What do you find is the most attractive feature of a man?

(I hear confidence is a big one, also sense of humour, unpredictability, dress sense etc, looks seems to be quite low down for most women).

Just interested to know. Lol.
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Postby Xpose soph 07 » Mon Nov 26, 2007 11:26 am

Hmmm

1. Personality goes a long long way for me, you could be the most attractive person in the world, but be an idiot and I wudnt like it.

2. Humour always works for me, I like someone who is comfortable with themself and can make me laugh. Doesnt take themself to seriously!!!

3. Obviously looks are important but not the everything.

I am a sucker for a nice smile :-)
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Postby Bel Bel » Mon Nov 26, 2007 1:12 pm

nice shaped bottom and great eyes
totally themselves and doesn't feel the need to be who they feel people want them to be
loyal
honest
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Postby Browneyes » Mon Nov 26, 2007 1:48 pm

Personality
Not afraid to show his emotions
Honesty
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Postby pink stripes » Mon Nov 26, 2007 2:02 pm

Personality

Not being too much of a'I love myself' 'I'm brilliant' blah blah blah

Honesty

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Postby EmmieK » Mon Nov 26, 2007 2:31 pm

Hmm...all depends on the guy. Cheekyness is always a good convo starter and makes me laugh, but that has to be a natural trait, otherwise it can't be pulled off. But nice smile, can make me smile just by looking at me and chemistry. Some girls will like a guy others don't, to me its either there or it isn't.
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Postby dollydiamond » Mon Nov 26, 2007 2:52 pm

honesty
someone whos not afraid to show his emotions
a great personality
a good listener
and a good sense of humour..

its no wonder im always single really is it?
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Postby snail » Mon Nov 26, 2007 6:07 pm

My ideal man would be:

1) A decent person - someone who thinks first of all about doing what's right rather than what's convenient for him.

2) A kind person - someone who is warm-hearted.

3) An intelligent person - someone who is interested in the world around him and can talk about interesting things.

4) Sexy as well if possible!!

(I'm single at the moment so if any male ProblemPagers feel they fit the above description feel free to contact me!!).
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Postby queenieplum » Tue Nov 27, 2007 4:34 pm

Ideal Man:
1) Someone who is passionate about something in their life - an achiever
2) Sense of humour
3) Kind and considerate
4) I am one for a good body! Nice back and arms, phew...
5) Nice guys too help :0)
6) Someone who keeps you guessing and wanting more....

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Postby queenieplum » Tue Nov 27, 2007 4:34 pm

Number 5 I meant Nice eyes not nice guys - lol...
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Postby brfc » Tue Nov 27, 2007 4:49 pm

warm heart tick.... nice smile tick...... im doing well here :D
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Postby dawolf » Tue Nov 27, 2007 6:56 pm

Good to hear your opinions. Thanks.

One reason I asked was because my mate was going on about how all women love blokes who are cheeky, cocky, confident and can make them laugh. He made it sound like all women are the same but obviously that can't be the case. I think he was on about getting women into bed really. Lol.

One important thing I've learned is that you just have to be yourself and that brings confidence. For example, I've been told by people I have a great, laid back personality but I find it hard to be cocky and outgoing so I just have to accept that isn't part of the real me and not try and force it.
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Postby retrochav » Tue Nov 27, 2007 8:56 pm

Confidence is attractive, in men and women. Its so very different to cockiness and arogance.

So why do some women (and guys) love a bad boy? Often its confusing confidence with cockiness and arrogance. Sometimes it reflects low self worth and an inner sense that we deserve lousy treatment.

I once fell for the jack the lad type. Like the ciggerettes i have just quit, he was beautifully packaged, and i felt cool to be seen with him ( just like cigs - well i am going back some years!) at first i felt myself inspired by him but able to take the odd knock back - just like the slight craving for a cig that you dont give in to!

Before i knew it however, i was desperatly craving his presence. I wanted the feel good feeling he gave - only to find he made me feel inferior and ugly now. I felt angry and wanted to leave, but some how found myself going back for more. Round and round it went until i left feeling bitter and angry, but still in love with him in a weird way. It took a long time to realise the difference between the uplifting love of a confident man and the addictive lust of a jack the lad.
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Postby londonguy » Fri Nov 30, 2007 2:13 pm

snail wrote:My ideal man would be:

1) A decent person - someone who thinks first of all about doing what's right rather than what's convenient for him.

2) A kind person - someone who is warm-hearted.

3) An intelligent person - someone who is interested in the world around him and can talk about interesting things.

4) Sexy as well if possible!!

(I'm single at the moment so if any male ProblemPagers feel they fit the above description feel free to contact me!!).
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I believe I fit the bill for the first three, fourth one, maybe! :D

Those people are out there it's just meeting them.

I'd say confidence is a big thing in say a pub/club environment. As when I was out with my mates before every now and then I'd have a girl come up and want to dance and I wouldn't as I had a girlfriend.

All to do with feeling good and being seen to be having a good time (well you have to be, you can't fake it) and not actually being a letch. I watched the other night and guys would sit there and just gawp and I thought hmm. Maybe I did used to do that a lil! Now I don't as I just want to have a laugh.

Someone who can make a woman laugh is a good quality too.
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Postby bellajennie » Sat Dec 01, 2007 12:29 am

I know its not exactly in the spirit of the question, but being a gay woman my ideal man (for plutonic love etc) is one that doesn't insist on their own abilities to 'turn me'!
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