Is being always serious attractive to women?
Many people are saying I am always very serious (I smile once a decade), introvert and out of this world. Some say that it is attractive, some say it's a setback.
How is that working for you???
Being a man I have observed that when a guy has a great sense of humor, knows how to flirt, and smiles he sends out positive vibes.
Men who don't smile or come off serious all of the time appear to have social problems, introverted, unhappy, or harbors animosity towards women. Never underestimate the power of a smile.
Confidence exudes from men who smile and are personable.
A certain level of "playfulness" is considered sexy especially in the beginning of new relationships. It's part of the "infatuation phase".
At least that was my experience when I was in the singles scene.
nope, ladies are afraid of serious men, they prefer jovial type and fun going type
I don't have a problem with introverts but the sense of humour still needs to be there for me.
I married who a guy who is essentially the complete opposite of what you described - very relaxed about everything, always cracking jokes, using humour in tense situations, etc. It's a rarity that he takes things/himself too seriously and I love that about him (for the most part)!
But of course not everyone finds the same things attractive. Just be yourself and you'll attract the people most suited to who you are.
John.....Each & every woman has her own individual taste in what she may or may not find attractive in a man.
Personally, a magical smile, contagious laugh and a talent for quick-witted humor is VERY high on my list. The ability to make one another laugh is for me as important as intelligence, character and passion within a relationship.
Seriousness and serenity have their pluses too. It all relates to how when and why. Women KNOW how to gauge and rate these traits to her pleasure or aversions.
I'd have to ask you why you "smile once a decade." Frankly, that's pretty sad~ literally.
If that's a picture of you, you're very handsome. Imagining a smile on that face is the stuff of fantasy dreams for most women, Snap out of it, John.
IMHO, if you looked at me with that same expression, I would look on either side of me, hoping that you were scowling at someone else...not me! OR In fact, I'd probably find a mirror to see if I had chocolate smeared all over my face, running down the front of my shirt.
It is a women's individual choice!
But personally I like men with good sense of humour. It gives a sense of assurance to the woman that no matter what the problem may be, her man will be able to handle it.
Not only that even men like women who have good sense of humour and who could take things in a lighter way and handle situations calmly.
Seriousness is good..and for some women sexy too. The serious look is a look that stuns for the cool,less talkative approach that it carries with it. Women are curious and they would soon want to find out what makes this man different from the others.
Some women may see men with such looks as very decisive, quick action taking individuals who are full of great surprises.While other women would frown on the idea of even getting involved with such men for fear that such men could be violent.
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