What are ladies attracted to?
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 12:20 PM
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Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 12:41 PM
So quit measuring your penis, lifting weights, taking Nitric Oxide builders, comparing yourself to guys on sex videos and putting chrome piercings in...you're fine as is. Another point...many girls prefer non-smokers.
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 12:59 PM
Like looking on said person for the first time. What body build are women mostly attracted too?
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 01:08 PM
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 01:37 PM
be yourself man
i'm a skinny fuck so ive been bulking up. I put on 5 pounds and that made my girlfriend very happy. i was 125 ish and i am looking to get up to 140-150 range. Mind you I am going to the gym to bulk up with healthy muscle, not by binge eating and getting fat! lol
YOU need to be comfortable with YOURSELF for women to find you attractive i think. i am not comfortable with my size, but i feel really good about myself that i am working out and getting results.
only because you seemed set on physical characteristics, but being funny and witty helps, i think most women go crazy for a 'charming' guy. not the assholes or the pushover-nice guys, but the gentleman usually gets the lady.
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 01:41 PM
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Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 01:43 PM
hmmm, love the sound of that
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 01:47 PM
And Ted you're a hottie. You have such a nice smile.
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 01:49 PM
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 01:53 PM
i try to smell good using body wash and body spray.
smile i don't really have much of one
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 01:53 PM
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Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 01:57 PM
owww, flattered here thanks.
I'd like to tell you the same, but I almost only know your boobies darling
(and they're lovely)
but I can say you're so charming
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 02:01 PM
i never get that close
Posted Wed Jul 01, 2009 02:13 PM
Posted Thu Jul 02, 2009 04:22 PM
What a disgusting habit!
My boyfriend smoked when we first got together, but he quit - of his own free will - about a year ago. I was so happy he quit, and I was so proud of him because he made it look so easy!
I just found out this week that he started smoking again!!!!! I was a little suspicious because he's been smelling/tasting like cigarette smoke when he's kissed me for the past few weeks or maybe a month, I guess, but he never smoked at home, and I never saw a pack of cigarettes - not even in his car. I gave him the benefit of the doubt and didn't say anything because I know he works with guys who smoke all day every day (I'm talking chain smoking like chimneys), and I'm not the type of woman to nag him. I've never been one to boss him around. He's a grown man and can make his own decisions, and if he loves me, he'll make the right ones - the choices/compromises that make both of us happy. Obviously, I found out he was smoking again, asked him about it, and he admitted it.
Again, I'm not the type to tell him that he has to stop or else. However, he knows I hate it, and he knows it's terrible for him. In fact, his grandfather is dying of cancer right now because his grandfather has smoked since he was a teenager or something. Basically his whole life. I think it's disgusting, and it's a HUGE turn-off for me. I don't want to be kissing him or snuggling on the couch with him or whatever if he smells and tastes nasty. I told him that I want him to quit again, even though I know I can't force him to quit, and I'm not going to do something as extreme as giving him an ultimatum because it'd be an empty threat, and I'd never follow through. (Great advice: Never give an ultimatum unless you're willing to follow through.)
His smoking isn't a deal-breaker - I still love him, of course, and I still want to marry him and the whole nine yards - but I really do hate it. I've never smoked, and his smoking shows a lack of respect for my feelings/comfort and a complete disregard for his own health. Plus, he was hiding it from me and not smoking at home and not leaving his cigarettes in sight because he knew I'd be upset/hurt. (Which makes me wonder, Then why did he start smoking again?)
He promised me he'd quit again, but I'm skeptical. I haven't seen him all week. He's on his way home from VA now, and I really hope he doesn't smell/taste like an ashtray when he gets home because I won't kiss him if he does. I'm hoping he'll lose the habit when he realizes I won't kiss him when he reeks.
Sorry for the rant, everyone. Gregorio, that last part of your post just hit a nerve, I guess.