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    I like a wee bit of a honker on a man. For character.
    The dark, thick hair does it for me.
    Eyes could be dark, or light - no real preference as long as they have a little sparkle when directed toward me :-)
    I can't be attracted to anyone too pale. Our future children would need SPF 5,000

    Height would be nice 6'3" +
    With broad shoulders, big hands, and I like a little belly
     
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    Ok... My ideal man specified:

    taller than me up to 6'2" ish
    brown hair - straight or wavy
    blue eyes but not electric blue - that's just freaky
    thin
    minimal chest hair
    toned body but no major muscles (ew)
    clean shaven
    relaxed preppy look - think LL Bean/Eddie Bauer khakis as opposed to pink and green golf pants
    boyish look without looking underage or wussy
    nice smile with expressive eyes

     
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    [QUOTE]Ok... My ideal man specified: taller than me up to 6'2" ish brown hair - straight or wavy blue eyes but not electric blue - that's just freaky thin minimal chest hair toned body but no major muscles (ew) clean shaven relaxed preppy look - think LL Bean/Eddie Bauer khakis as opposed to pink and green golf pants boyish look without looking underage or wussy nice smile with expressive eyes
    Posted by TwoCentDonation[/QUOTE]

    Like this character right here? :-)
     
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    In Response to Re: Fun:Yeah! Rob Lowe is finer now than in the 80s. Miss seeing him on 'Brothers and Sisters' :'(
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Fun : Like this character right here? :-)
    Posted by ItDoesntMatterWhatIThink[/QUOTE]
     
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    Yeah, I like the salt and pepper sprinkled in his beard :-)
     
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    I’ve seen her.  In fact I see her almost every day.  She’s about 5’7”, thin, longish brown hair, exceedingly beautiful, is always immaculately dressed in a very professional way that’s also slightly sexy, and has a great smile.  Even before she spoke, I could tell that she’s energetic, optimistic, intelligent, and fun.  When I first saw her, I instantly knew she was the most visually compelling woman I’d ever met, and would probably ever meet.  Upon further contemplation it occurred to me that I’ve never seen a more visually perfect person in any medium from any era nor could I imagine one.  She also reminds me a bit of my junior high crush.    

     

    After that description you might be interested to know what this has meant for me.  Well, I wasn’t interested in getting to know her, and kept my distance, and from my limited observation and interaction with her, it seems like she’s just your average young woman.  But, I still feel the same way each time I see her.  While I’d imagine it’s common to have strong reactions to appearances, my irrational response humbles me each time she appears.  Do any of you feel the same way?  

    -BG

     
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    I just love this guy:

    www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://hollywoodmoviez.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/jason_statham.jpg&imgrefurl=http://hollywoodmoviez.org/actor/jason-statham-wallpapers.php&h=500&w=395&sz=16&tbnid=xu2gsaBPolVlRM:&tbnh=253&tbnw=199&prev=/images%3Fq%3Djason%2Bstatham&zoom=1&q=jason+statham&usg=__NWH9o0ep9rxFYqzWXOJQrkOLXAk=&sa=X&ei=llZUTa2VDoP78Abi68ndCA&ved=0CCkQ9QEwAQ">

     
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    Dims - I liked Sam Seaborn.  Rob Lowe on the other hand......  I think it's the smug look that turns me off.  My ideal man wouldn't realize how good looking he is.
     
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    [QUOTE]Dims - I liked Sam Seaborn.  Rob Lowe on the other hand......  I think it's the smug look that turns me off.  My ideal man wouldn't realize how good looking he is.
    Posted by TwoCentDonation[/QUOTE]


    "My ideal man wouldn't realize how good looking he is." -- I love that 2Cent! 

    And I agree!
     
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    Hard to say what kind of person will strike you based on looks alone.

    I should say that he'd be 36 years old, 6'2", have prematurely grey hair, nickel silver eyes and a dazzling smile.

    I can say that because that's the way my husband looked when I met him and that was love at first sight.


     
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    [QUOTE] My ideal man wouldn't realize how good looking he is.
    Posted by TwoCentDonation[/QUOTE]

    Nobody relizes how good looking I am.
     
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    [QUOTE]I’ve seen her.   In fact I see her almost every day.   She’s about 5’7”, thin, longish brown hair, exceedingly beautiful, is always immaculately dressed in a very professional way that’s also slightly sexy, and has a great smile.   Even before she spoke, I could tell that she’s energetic, optimistic, intelligent, and fun.   When I first saw her, I instantly knew she was the most visually compelling woman I’d ever met, and would probably ever meet.   Upon further contemplation it occurred to me that I’ve never seen a more visually perfect person in any medium from any era nor could I imagine one.   She also reminds me a bit of my junior high crush.        After that description you might be interested to know what this has meant for me.   Well, I wasn’t interested in getting to know her, and kept my distance, and from my limited observation and interaction with her, it seems like she’s just your average young woman.   But, I still feel the same way each time I see her.   While I’d imagine it’s common to have strong reactions to appearances, my irrational response humbles me each time she appears.   Do any of you feel the same way?    -BG
    Posted by BostonGuy3076[/QUOTE]

    Just curious - why don't you want to meet her?

    I often see my perfection-types. I smile, but don't want to invade their space. But if conversation just sort of happened (and sometimes it does), I would want to know more about the person.
     
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    This is the one and only woman who could make me stop dead in my tracks.

    She has the perfect mouth and she kicks azz.



     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Fun : Just curious - why don't you want to meet her? I often see my perfection-types. I smile, but don't want to invade their space. But if conversation just sort of happened (and sometimes it does), I would want to know more about the person.
    Posted by reindeergirl[/QUOTE] 

    Well, I'm married and this woman is a coworker in a different department, and the attraction is so strong that I'm a complete fool around her.  In the past I've worked through this because really I feel like I should be able to be collegial with female coworkers, but this one was a temp at first and I made the conscious decision to ignore her.  Then she got hired full time, and I've already been weird and anti-social.  So, I think it's for the best anyway.  

    -BG
     
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    Oh, married. That makes sense! Thanks, BostonGuy!
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Fun :   Well, I'm married and this woman is a coworker in a different department, and the attraction is so strong that I'm a complete fool around her.  In the past I've worked through this because really I feel like I should be able to be collegial with female coworkers, but this one was a temp at first and I made the conscious decision to ignore her.  Then she got hired full time, and I've already been weird and anti-social.  So, I think it's for the best anyway.  
    Posted by BostonGuy3076[/QUOTE]
    Ahh, you're married.  I've definitely had the same issue with co-workers I've been attracted to.  While in a relationship, I avoid them as much as possible.  I can see trouble on the horizon a 100 miles away and just always keep my distance.  I treat them professionally and nice, but never let myself get too friendly with them.  Not sure if it's right, but it's kept me out of trouble.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Fun : Ahh, you're married.  I've definitely had the same issue with co-workers I've been attracted to.  While in a relationship, I avoid them as much as possible.  I can see trouble on the horizon a 100 miles away and just always keep my distance.  I treat them professionally and nice, but never let myself get too friendly with them.  Not sure if it's right, but it's kept me out of trouble.
    Posted by jdrotten[/QUOTE]

    I've gone both ways.  I guess it mostly depends on how much interaction work will require.  A few times, where daily interaction was required, I put in the hard work to establish a friendship while scrupulously avoiding flirtation etc.  This time where no interaction was required I took the easy way out. 

    -BG
     
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