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Old 07-16-2013, 07:44 PM
 
Location: North Oakland
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He looked a lot like John Travolta. He worked in DiBruno Cheese in Phila's Italian Market around ten years ago. He was probably 16-18 at the time. Wavy black hair, turquoise eyes. Really, truly the most stunning man I've ever seen. He was short, though. 5'6". Probably couldn't've modeled. I don't live in Phila, so I never saw him again.
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Old 07-16-2013, 08:40 PM
 
Location: An hour from NYC*wheep*
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Men to me differ in looks. I find that men with dynamic/complex looking faces intrigue me.

Facially
- Light eye color (blue, green, etc) and deep brown
- Dark Hair
- Dirty blonde or dark blonde
- skin tone ranging to anything pale to dark
- Chiseled face/jawline
Body
- Big Hands (love them)
- Generally on the tall side (6'1"and up)
- Athletic build/runner/swimmers body (not too bulky or muscly, but still lean and toned).
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Old 07-17-2013, 08:48 AM
 
Location: Up North
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For me, there have been too many to limit it to one. However, there were some common features among them, which are:
- Dark wavy hair
- Olive to dark complexion
- Dark eyes (brown, dark hazel)
- Clean teeth and good grooming (clean hair, body, fingernails, clipped toe nails, etc.)
- Wearing normal jeans (not baggies, skinnies, or otherwise---just good fitting normal blue jeans)
- Little to no jewelry
- Boots (cowboy or work boots) or other dressier shoes (not tennis shoes)
- Slightly scented (subtle cologne, not overpowering)
- Makes eye contact
- Smiles a lot
- Treats everyone with respect
- Wears belt with tucked in shirt

Fun!

This x10
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Old 07-17-2013, 08:49 AM
 
Location: Up North
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It would be interesting to see this thread but with men talking about women as well
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Old 07-17-2013, 10:48 AM
 
Location: San Diego
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It would be interesting to see this thread but with men talking about women as well

Not really. Most men will say, I like big boobies, a tight ass and stomach, with a great sense of humor.
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Old 07-17-2013, 08:06 PM
 
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Whoa... This was in the late 90s... He was in New York (Manhattan) and looked Puerto Rican. He had light caramel-colored, smooth skin, a small black mustache and goatee; wavy, black, short hair; a medium sized nose; 5'8 (his height, not his nose ), and he looked slightly stocky. I like much taller men, but his face (and mannerisms) more than compensated for his height.

I prefer Puerto Rican guys - my color (caramel), or slightly lighter. So, he was great.

Saw a fine looking Puerto Rican cop in Manhattan, NY, too. He KNEW he looked good. How could I tell? Well, how could he NOT know? He looked like the first guy I described, only thinner, a few inches taller, and even cuter.

I'm telling you, Manhattan, NY had some of the best-looking men. They probably still do. Gotta go back there.
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