Guys - what are the first things you notice when a woman enters the room? (Top 3)
Assume a woman you do not know enters the room and you start to "Check Her Out". What are the first things, in order, that you notice about her appearance? For instance:
#1- how she is dressed #2 - her weight #3 - her legs
#1 Her body language
#2 Her eyes
#3 Her Lips
#4 Her silhouette
#5 Her smile
Top 3 things -- starting from the top -- face, left chest area, right chest area.
Now, when she's leaving -- the bottom three things are the left "buttockal" area, the right "buttockal" area, and the legs.
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