I once heard about a study that was testing whether proportions are what make someone beautiful - like size and arrangement of facial features. The study hypothesized that people whose features were proportioned according to the "Golden Ratio" were the most classically beautiful. Dig up HP and Google for "Golden Ratio Beauty".
I don't know about all the math and precise measurement but I prefer the classic two eyes, nose, mouth arrangement.
Oh it is definetely the inside of a man, a combination of charm, wit, conversation, confidence. That twinkle in his eye and that smile that knocks you off your perch. That little sexy wiggle in his buttocks when he walks,
As far as looks go,for me it's the hands (large) and smile. He must have dark hair as opposed to blonde, or, if older, grey and/or salt & pepper, and in some cases bald works for me. Also needs body hair, hate the shaved types. He should also be taller than 5'7.
Other things, sense of humor and good conversationalist.
I just love a person who is ordinary, my hot person thinks she is silly but to me she's deff the person on hubs I fancy to bits. But who is this silly hot person, I know, and I am guessing the silly mention will make her know, she's just hot for being herself !
Hmm...guess with seven wives I could go by them...lessee... definitely not fat; I'll stick with Self Service before that. Okay, so, other than that, somewhere between 4 feet and 7 feet in height, enough scoliosis of the spine to get that yee-hah! swayback look, a hint of curve here and there, eyes, eyes, and more eyes, and a nymphomaniac.
Oh,and I've gotta admit I like 'em submissive but never married a mouse or a doormat yet; every one of "my gals" has been a survivor with backbone.
And naturally, being a guy, the most important thing of all: She thinks almost as much of me as I think of myself. Being I'm so humble and all.
I am always at a loss at what decides a good song? Is it the profundity of the words? Or, is it the guitar riffs? If it is the thoughts of the singer and their impact upon the society, you may as well go read a Plato or...