I had a look at this hub, Kat, there's nowt wrong with it from a literary point of view. it may be the style? We all fall into the trap of presuming others like what we like, so you know what you like in a man and, I believe, that you have written the piece in a way that suggests that what you like and dislike is right, which, of course, it is for you. It is the way of the world that some women like the slime balls, the dancer character in Saturday Night Fever, some like the corny chat up lines, or even the rude, but we won't go into those... Perhaps you're giving a negative message to those women who do like them?
'MickS, sorry to offend.'?
You didn't offend me Kat, if you did, you would know:-)
I was just making the comment that there are so many accent variations in England, let alone the geographic British Isles, that it is impossible to say, English accent, British accent, in much the same way that it isn't possible to talk about an Australian, or New Zealand, or USA accent...
Sorry to tag this on here, but your profile page doesn't include a contact link.