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    Tits.
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    Personality

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    Tits?

    Personality?

    But which is better? there's only one way to find out!...
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    You make it seem like we can just walk into Tesco's and pick up girlfriends off of the shelves.
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    Brains...said no boy ever.
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    Im surprised no one has mentioned the most important thing must be that she is a female first
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    Basic level of looks, similar level of intelligence, plus how well you get on with each other, just the same as girls
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    Chemistry, without a shadow of doubt.
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    Every guy is different. For me, the heart is the most important. If they've got an unattractive personality it's a massive turn-off. That being said, it's true that looks are important. Sometimes I really wished they weren't, because it is superficial if we really think about it honestly. But they do and I tend to doubt any guy that says they don't matter whatsoever.

    The good thing for girls is that, despite whatever the media may suggest, every guy is different with what they find attractive looks-wise too! For me, most of the girls I've fallen for looks-wise have been brunette or dark-haired and relatively short. Personality-wise; kind-heartedness, honesty, sense of humour, being interesting to be around, those kind of things are really nice to see in someone!
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    (Original post by mikeyd85)
    Chemistry, without a shadow of doubt.
    I personally prefer her Biology if you know what I mean..

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    Looks for the first impressions (so initiating the conversation)
    Then it's down to how well they can hold the conversation
    Then their intelligence and how interesting they are (personality)
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    (Original post by mikeyd85)
    Chemistry, without a shadow of doubt.
    Nah mate, definitely Physics.
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    (Original post by Eloades11)
    You make it seem like we can just walk into Tesco's and pick up girlfriends off of the shelves.
    My thoughts exactly.
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    (Original post by TaylorGang_4)
    I personally prefer her Biology if you know what I mean..
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    Nah mate, definitely Physics.
    :ahee:
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    Why no one mention the appearance ?


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    (Original post by Magwen)
    Why no one mention the appearance ?


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    I have
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    hahaha cute. us girls aren't naive...
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    (Original post by Eloades11)
    You make it seem like we can just walk into Tesco's and pick up girlfriends off of the shelves.
    Since when is that not possible?
 
 
 

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