The skinny question got me going.
Curious Hubber chics want to know and HONESTLY which do you prefer in terms of finding a women attractive physically;
Thin or Heavy
Short or Tall
Long Hair or Short Hair
Real thing or Implants
And I did not say anything at all about her personality, just physical attributes.
Easy: Black, broad shoulders, small firm breasts with high, small, puffy nipples that point up. Small tight waist, narrow hips, 2 butt cheeks that are round and full but tight (not a dimple in 'em). Muscular legs small ankles...about 5'3"s and 112 lbs...and of course a face like Jada Pinkett. Perfection!
Talking strictly on physicality...
Thin or Heavy - Thin or medium
Short or Tall - Fine with both
Long Hair or Short Hair - Again fine with both
Real thing or Implants - Real
Aren't you a smartical partical... I'm sure she adores you just as you are as well MISHA
He-he, yes she does. This does not mean she does not pay attention to other boys or I do not pay attention to other girls
And not to be a smart ass and finally answer the question - overall I seem to value the most three things: eyes, ears, and grace
Aw! Misha! That's so sweet! She is a lucky lady!
Not too thin, not too heavy
Not too short, not too tall
Hair not too short, not too long
I forgot to mention, I do prefer females. That is a male, you can tell by the hands
Oh, and there is the small issue of armpit hair; although very fashionable in Germany I hear
No - they seem to have learned in recent years :-)
Did you see Nena perform '99 Red Balloons' during the eighties?
i will go with it as well, just would like long hair too. i don't mind thin women also.
About 5'4" - 6'0" (height)
About 100 - 150# (weight)
Hair color- brunette/redhead (preferred)
Hair length- shoulder length or longer (preferred)
All real - no implant.
Shoot! Missed it by one or two degrees of hair color!
Brunettes are brown or black hair.
And, if that's a real picture, which you actually/finally put on your profile...then you would do, just fine.
Edit: Thank you for the picture.
Good details and thanks for your feed back....
(Gets out measuring tape)..Check.
(Pulls scale out from under bed. Blows off dust)...Check.
(Squeeze test...Yep, still real) Check.
I'm also certifiable, enjoy the quiet contemplation of a padded room and talk to my computer...
Oh and my computer talks back.
@Misha: Ears? Interesting, no wonder you like the long, dangly earrings.
LOL I am quite serious about it, Rachelle. I did not know this till several years ago and always wondered why I like watching some girls more than others. Then I got hooked on Haruki Murakami, and one of his heroes (don't remember what book now) was really fixed on female ears. And when I looked around I realized I have the answer!
I never knew that, but it always was a huge part of the equation for me. My wife has small ears of a perfect shape, and I did not pay a conscious attention to this for several years - though I always liked more hairstyles where she kept her ears open LOL.
So yeah, to some it up - for me ears should be small and accurate
Lol...that's awesome that you were unaware of your ear thing until you read that book.
And ears are better than toes IMHO!
Knew a friend who was obsessed with toes...hahaha....to each his own.
The eyes have it for me...although apparently curly hair is also high on my list and if they have a dimple/s then forget about it! lol
Okay, now all I need is a very nice picture. That is instead of imagination....I do have a wide range you fall into, so the picture would be nice...
It is nice to know though. Trust, imagination does wonders.
*on a side note- certifiable is okay too. I'm not certified, but can deal with those who are.
Imaginary friends are so much better than real ones.
Yes, most of time, if you want a good laugh. However, to remain or keep one's sanity...real ones are better.
That's what my previous ex said. She learned differently, but then again. I guess she realize that sanity was too much reality for her, so she left.
I prefer the ones who make me laugh - and then they could have just about anything from me! also the ones who don't get upset and say mean things here! since I can't really know what they look like, I go by what they say! I miss Denno66 alot - he was so funny
but I'm not a hubber MAN - hahaha! I guess I didn't read that carefully! my bad
im not really that picky when it comes to women. i just want a girl that openly accepts AND understands me completely for who i am, and doesn't judge me like others have in the past. that's all i ask for, as i don't think that's unreasonable to ask. however, in real life, it seems like that is too much to ask for. oh well. what can you do? besides, as a friend of mine once told me, happiness comes from within. thus, im blessed in many other ways, even if a girl does shoot me down. as you shouldn't base your life on the things you don't have, but rather focus on the things that you do have. if that makes any sense or not to you folks.
Being a Kiwi... I'll tell a Lie..
I mean you
It is easier to say what I don't find attractive: excessive weight and blond hair.
Maybe some overweight blond woman scared me as a child. I can find an overweight woman attractive and a blond attractive, but not the combination.
I just like women anyway. That probably comes from having two sisters and detesting sports. At any gathering, you'll fjnd me hanging with the women, not the men. Even if they are large and blond, I would rather talk to them. More interesting, less one dimensional.
P, you don't need to fear me any longer - I'm a brunette now! I'm only blond when I get in the pool, the sun, and/or the tanning bed every day without wrapping my hair. I'm naturally a brunette. I know you'll sleep better now! lol
Um...so we need more male answers on here....c'mon...don't be shy...
Well, so far the "reals" are winning....good to know!
Any more thoughts...men?
We women find your honesty interesting.
it is my theory that most men like long hair, girls not too thin, but not necessarily over weight. That's if we are just talking phyical.
Personality is high up in the list, these are my theories, now men am i totally wrong.
I prefer a kind sole who will share my life with me and I will share mine with her.
You would prefer a fish??
Oops - didn't realize that was Ben.
I am not picking on you, Ben. I have a "typing brain" too and sometimes it puts down funny words. I think I even wrote a hub about it once.
I like both feet and fish. I am a bad speller and I mix up words like sole and soul or pare and pair.
I wrote this in a forum about a month ago:
I am a bad speller.
I have an engineer's view
Oh my deer reader
What can I dew?
With the depth of my souls
on the bottom of my fete,
I dance at this carnival
and enjoy people I meat.
Oh yes I fell bad
with words I misspell.
I know some think I will fall
and end up in hell.
When I right the first draft
there are red lines all over my paige.
If it weren't all just for namesake
my words would be all the rage.
So I will try to do better
Oh yes i certainly will
I know that my sin tax may cost me money
Its my vice or bitter peel.
I am now editing
and reading real well
my prose is looking good
People will read the story I tell.
But for those who thumb there nose
This misspelling is for yew.
I don't care if it is Christmas
or thanksgiving two.
Sense of humor
depth of soul
physical beauty of a degree, not movie star
at least reasonably fit
comfortable in black
I love a woman of average build , maybe a bit taller,
I generally see the whole picture though. They're most all beautiful!
what about facial hair, like a unibrow or upper lip dark but short hair?
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