Regardless if your a man or woman, whats your type;
Jet Black or Grey
Curly or Straight
Clean Shaven or Stuble
Whatever I get attracted to. I thought I wanted a brunette, I married a blonde.
Wife's a brunette, so definitely brunette. NOTE: This preference will change to coincide hair care program
i guess I tend to notice darker hair (brown, and darker) for some reason...hey you forgot about grey LOL....so darker hair with some grey throughout it or on the sides is nice. and you forgot about sideburns - I love them! always have! and what about a bit of facial hair - if it's nice! LOL!
Brown or dark brown, healthy looking hair - not all greased up, slicked down, or that kind of thing. Facial hair would be a deal-breaker as far as I'm concerned. I'm not particular about straight versus wavy, but I don't tend be a fan of awfully curly (unless it's on someone else's husband's or boyfriend's head, in which case I may find it attractive for someone else).
I am sorry, but blondes are not my type, except for one. And, I would gladly change my typical view for her. *notice I didn't say who.
However, I do prefer brunettes, even over redheads(sorry ), and a prime example are in the pictures below. These two ladies, one or both, at the same time, will do just nicely.
No offense to anyone. I'm picky.
Just curious, why exactly is that too funny? Do tell?
relax....just laughing with you...your comments about 1 or both at the same time....blah,...blah...with pics...that's all.
My type is a rugged man. Not squeaky clean and metro looking at all. This is too girly looking. I like very short to no hair, on his head and a little stubble on his face. In jeans and a t-shirt is quit alright. A little chest hair if fine but not on his back. If he is working and gets dirty thats okay. For some reason a little B.O. is enticing as long as it isn't overwhelming. Mainly rugged but who has a marmallow for heart. Thats my type.
Hair color really matters not... however, I did marry a red head.
I love a facial hair. Beard, mustache, goatee, long or short... whatever, just don't scratch me when your kissing me! Soft and cuddly is much better.
Body hair is fine, as long as it doesn't look like a scouring pad is poking out of his shirt. There is just nothing cuddly about wire.
Redheads. Although a brunette with blue eyes and milky white skin can be so hawt it's like a gut punch given the right facial features. Blondes are hawt, but they are so universally over-sold I think their stock has gone down just due to flooding the market by Hollywood.
Definately prefer hardwood floors to carpet, but if carpet is a must, it must match the drapes.
Did you know that scientists have predicted that the last redhead will be born in 2070.
I'm all for racial blah blah, etc. but that makes me sad.
but what about 2012? I won't be here in 2070 I don't think, I'd be 120 years old then. LOL Hell, I may not be here in 2012.
No, you and I are good. We'll have lots of redheads to enjoy.
It's just sad to think that in a hundred years, it will be just an old story or a story of Mrs. Clairol.
I think blondes are supposed to be toast by 2220 or something. It's been too long since I read it, but they had it all figured out for how long the whole planet is black hair and brown eyes. It's inevitable because genetics is what it is and the races (if there even is such a thing) have totally all found each other and become human rather than races (despite how many haven't got that yet). Bottom line, to be human is going to to be having black hair and brown eyes when evolution is done doing it's thing. At least until we become hairless and evolve into the alien "grays" who are actually us coming back in time machines and not actually aliens, but I digress.
Shadesbreath that would make an interesting hub, bet you'd sell a ton of hair dye...
And yet, there will always be albinos, to introduce the lighter colored genes back into the pool.
I don't think it works quite like that, but it'd be nice to think there is some system in play to keep the whole planet from becoming generic some day. Imagine walking into the forest and every bird looked exactly the same.
Why ask why?
You hope there is a system in place that would prevent the "hair" color from becoming generic???
What difference would it matter if there was? And, Why would it matter that it was there?
Perception is overrated.
I'm sure that those who are born into that world will not miss what they never knew. And different visual cues will be the ones that are deemed indicators of aesthetic quality (this already happens all over the globe... different peoples have vastly different perceptions of beauty. It's cultural at least as much as it is biological, if not much more.)
Perception does matter, though. It may not be the only thing that matters, but any argument that tries to pretend human interactions are not driven at least in large part by sensory modality is going to be decimated by the raw tonnage of data to the contrary.
A world free of judgment, a place where people are deemed "worthy" based only on what's in their mind/soul is a lovely Utopian ideal, but it is just that, a lovely Utopian ideal.
Hair colour is unimportant to me. It's easy to find someone who you think is good-looking; what you need to find is someone who's a real friend. (Thus spake Zarathrustra.)
As long as there are Scots there will be redheads! Irish too I think. Love the red!
Generally as long as she's smart, sweet, and funny, they're a cool woman.
I'm down with virtually anyone except for zombies.
I have a soft spot for everything British and no bolds, please. Please, have some hair on your stupid head! Well, I'll take back stupid. But no beards. I do not trust beards. You can hide your true nature in it.
I always find Brunettes more homely and Girlfriend material..
I don't really have a 'type', though I have to say, I'm drawn to dark intelligent elusive men, but with the kindest, most sensitive soul underneath! Meaning, it's the 'aura' around his person... the vibes he gives off...and the things he says that matter way more to me than the color of his hair or eyes!
Aw Cagsil Your such a sweet heart.... now put your glasses on;)
I prefer curly over straight but wouldn't turn down either. Brunettes and redheads my first choice, but would not turn down because of color of hair. Prefer taller, slim, curvy and nice butt. Prefer medium size bosoms. My choice of ladies are in this order. Also has to have a great smile and sense of humor. Am I asking too much:0)....
Raquel Welch ( when she was a pin up)
No your not asking to much... now lets just hope you get what you ask for! You've heard that one right? Lets hope it comes true!
All excellent choices.
Cags I thought you would approve, these are just a few of so many beautiful woman out there in the world. Al Pacino could never say it better with his choice of words " The Scent of a Woman" excellent choice, oh yes one must never forget Raquel:0)
I would say tall and big, not fat but not skinny...having a good sense of humor and of course, a brain is always a plus for me...that's just me thought
I'd have to say, I gotta go with the ones who know what they're talking about. I'm into the more intellectual. Not necessarily muscular at all, too much muscle is in my opinion, slightly creepy at times. But you know, if he treats you well, makes you laugh, and is willing to let you pick the movie for movie night even if it's a chick flick, it's all good. And for me, throw in an accent and you can't go wrong!
blonde, and clean shaven women are my preference. and I'm not talking about the face!
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