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    Hello.

    I noticed that I'm attracted to 'different' guys who stand out for whatever reason. They could be introvert, extrovert, very ugly, very attractive, or different to most people in their appearance.

    My boyfriend is actually very ugly but I really like his personality and 'presence'. He understands my mind, which is very attractive. Most guys I meet don't but they're still very friendly and great company.

    My boyfriend is very deep and poetic sometimes. He's incredibly romantic and always surprises me. He's not like any 'normal' guy I've met and this is why he attracts me.

    So, I think that we are intrigued by different people who have an alternative style which is very alluring and fascinating.
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    lies. all about dat ass and big teddies
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    paula abdul got there before you m8

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    You're attracted to confidence to be non-conformist and/or you have hipster tendencies, pretty standard
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    (Original post by Miss Posh)
    Hello.

    I noticed that I'm attracted to 'different' guys who stand out for whatever reason. They could be introvert, extrovert, very ugly, very attractive, or different to most people in their appearance.

    My boyfriend is actually very ugly but I really like his personality and 'presence'. He understands my mind, which is very attractive. Most guys I meet don't but they're still very friendly and great company.

    My boyfriend is very deep and poetic sometimes. He's incredibly romantic and always surprises me. He's not like any 'normal' guy I've met and this is why he attracts me.

    So, I think that we are intrigued by different people who have an alternative style which is very alluring and fascinating.
    What...do you mean...exactly?

    And...does your man know you think he's ugly :teehee:
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    (Original post by Miss Posh)
    Hello.

    I noticed that I'm attracted to 'different' guys who stand out for whatever reason. They could be introvert, extrovert, very ugly, very attractive, or different to most people in their appearance.

    My boyfriend is actually very ugly but I really like his personality and 'presence'. He understands my mind, which is very attractive. Most guys I meet don't but they're still very friendly and great company.

    My boyfriend is very deep and poetic sometimes. He's incredibly romantic and always surprises me. He's not like any 'normal' guy I've met and this is why he attracts me.

    So, I think that we are intrigued by different people who have an alternative style which is very alluring and fascinating.
    What kind of girlfriend are you?
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    looks/money/status

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    since op's bf is "very ugly" that means op too is "very ugly". standard attraction.
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    (Original post by RiOt GrrrL)
    What...do you mean...exactly?

    And...does your man know you think he's ugly :teehee:
    You make it sound so common. 'Your man'. I hate that phraseology, it's not very idiomatic is it? I prefer 'boyfriend' because it sounds more romantic and official, which is what our relationship certainly is.

    He knows that he's not the best looking guy but honestly, I've never mentioned his appearance because his personality compensates for anything which you might deem as 'ugly' in his looks.
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    (Original post by Miss Posh)
    You make it sound so common. 'Your man'. I hate that phraseology, it's not very idiomatic is it? I prefer 'boyfriend' because it sounds more romantic and official, which is what our relationship certainly is.

    He knows that he's not the best looking guy but honestly, I've never mentioned his appearance because his personality compensates for anything which you might deem as 'ugly' in his looks.
    Well you translated "your man" to "boyfriend," so no need to be finicky and tell me how to talk.

    And anyway...you called him ugly. :indiff:

    And I still don't know what you mean by "alternative style."
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    ITT: OP is trying to rationalise why she got with an uglier guy (so she thinks) when in reality, that is the only guy that she could get. Stop lying to yourself, there is nothing about him. It's not his personality. It's likely a) you're both as ugly as eachother b) he is a WK and treats you like a princess c) Both
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    Anyway what is your theory; still confused and thrown off by the "very ugly" bit :facepalm:

    My theory is...there is none. You just go with it. Don't be shallow but don't settle either. Like don't be thirsty and settle for someone just because they acknowledged you, and then "overtime" find what you like about them. That's like you relaxed your view/compromised your standards just to be with someone you're not even passionate about...or who you find ugly :lolwut:.

    Evertyime I agree to date someone or start a relationship, it has been someone I'm physically attracted to and found later that I share interests with, and he has to make me laugh and listen to me, and look at me when we talk.

    If I'm not physically attracted to him, but he still respects me and we get along, I will concede to a date should he ask.

    But someone I ended up liking I don't have to be physically attracted to.
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    Miss posh you're just a middle class wannabe loser please don't even try it. You're a troll because no one would call their boyfriend "very ugly".

    We all know that the guy with the biggest wallet will have the keys to your vagina.
 
 
 
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