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^ go on now....
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When a specific woman genuinely cares about you, drives me wild.
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^ go on now....
Personality, confidence, caring
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Also:

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- Number of A*s they have
- Where they graduated from (preferably Oxbridge)
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Boobs, long hair and thin body


I don't like ass and I don't like tall women.
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Boobs, long hair and thin body


I don't like ass and I don't like tall women.
I hope you're joking why you so fixated on the looks it's honestly damaging for many women/girls for you to think that
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I hope you're joking why you so fixated on the looks it's honestly damaging for many women/girls for you to think that
I like women who weigh less than 60kg and have long hair. Very feminine
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Intelligence, more specifically how good they are at maintaining conversation. And caring of course.

As long as they pass a certain threshold of attractiveness (to put it clinically) it's a secondary concern
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(Original post by lov_new york)
I like women who weigh less than 60kg and have long hair. Very feminine
less than 60kg and short...are you looking for a child? :confused:
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(Original post by lov_new york)
I like women who weigh less than 60kg and have long hair. Very feminine
I'm honestly not gonna waste my time over your stupid comments, good look on finding a woman when stuff like that comes out of your mouth it's disgusting
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less than 60kg and short...are you looking for a child? :confused:
LITERALLY omg
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My type is definitely small boobs and long hair.
However, confidence goes a hella long way towards making someone more attractive. I'll be attracted to a woman who's true to herself and loving life over someone who I may perceive as "fake".
On that note, I'm not a fan of make-up.

My type is not a deal breaker though. ^.^ I wouldn't not date a gorgeous, sexy woman who I gelled with just because her hair was short, or her boobs were big! It's just a preference

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less than 60kg and short...are you looking for a child? :confused:
Isn't that a standard healthy weight for someone who's very short?
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less than 60kg and short...are you looking for a child? :confused:
No age range 20-40

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I'm honestly not gonna waste my time over your stupid comments, good look on finding a woman when stuff like that comes out of your mouth it's disgusting
I have a girlfriend, she is thin, 5'3-5'4 and has long hair and is thin and has boobs
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less than 60kg and short...are you looking for a child? :confused:
I’m 5’2 and 40kg and definitely not a child, just because we want to put an end to fat shaming doesn’t mean we have to put skinny women down either.
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I’m 5’2 and 40kg and definitely not a child, just because we want to put an end to fat shaming doesn’t mean we have to put skinny women down either.
My girlfriend is 5'3-5'4 and is thin she weighs 58kg. I think it looks very feminine. She is 19. I am 18.
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Caring, gives attention, witty, pretty face helps, actually around me (long distance is okay but painful having been in 4 year long distance), energetic, motivating, has her own strong will and vision, doesn't judge and always helps. Lets you help. doesn't idolise you but actually likes you for who you genuinely are, so not after any particular features or qualities.
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Isn't that a standard healthy weight for someone who's very short?
Okay that's fair lol I'm like 5'7 so idk. I just thought it weird that they were putting so much emphasis on weight that's all
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Caring, gives attention, witty, pretty face helps, actually around me (long distance is okay but painful having been in 4 year long distance), energetic, motivating, has her own strong will and vision, doesn't judge and always helps. Lets you help. doesn't idolise you but actually likes you for who you genuinely are, so not after any particular features or qualities.
PREACH 100% this
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(Original post by _gcx)
Isn't that a standard healthy weight for someone who's very short?
It's a healthy weight even for a taller than average woman
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less than 60kg and short...are you looking for a child? :confused:
How many children have you met that weigh 60kg?
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