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Old 03-18-2017, 05:39 PM
 
Location: Pittsburgh
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And yet Daniel Craig is still a sex symbol. Go figure.

 
Old 03-18-2017, 07:17 PM
 
Location: At mah house
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Next time I'm on a date, I plan on telling the girl I have "arched brows that land directly below my strong norwood". I think if throw in a wink and blow her a kiss, she'll come back home with me.
 
Old 03-18-2017, 07:38 PM
 
Location: Southern New Hampshire
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NOTHING is more powerful than a good face with a strong zygomatic arch, strong fwhr, strong chin, positive canthal tilt, arched brows that land directly below your strong norwood -1 with a TA1 twice weekly tan accompanied by the power of a strong neutral maxilla, sagittal retrusion, even lateral orbital rims and a wide clavicle.

You need luscious brows, striking deep-sky-blue eyes (RGB value of 0, 191, 255) all complimented by hooded eyelids and a uniquely-shaped inner-canthus. Everything must be supported by a protruding supraorbital ridge. The distance between your iris, submaxillary triangle and temporal region must be in perfect proportion and ratios.
Yes, I always have a ruler and calculator with me so I can check out those ratios! Otherwise, who KNOWS what might happen if I were to mate with him.
 
Old 03-18-2017, 11:06 PM
 
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Ah, that guy.....



and his brother




I also now know why women always have a purse handy. All those measurement tools they have to carry to determine if the guy qualifies to the high standards.....
 
Old 03-18-2017, 11:29 PM
 
Location: Sydney, Australia
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For me, blue eyes are hardly that manly and thus remotely attractive. Give me dark, seductive, domineering eyes any day, I say.

By the way, the idea of a tall, dark handsome man is always ruined if he has piercing, aquatic eyes. I don't know, but if you want a dark guy, let him be dark in all corners? If you really like blue eyes, then be consistent and give him light hair to match his eyes? Sorry, but that's just a personal gripe of mine.

I like guys that have "imperfections" in their face. If they're too "perfect", they'll look like computer animated imagery. And I don't find that attractive.

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And yet Daniel Craig is still a sex symbol. Go figure.
Ew. Even for light-featured blonde standard, the guy is just unattractive and cold looking.

I understand Paul Walker and Chad Michael Murray. But this creepy looking guy?
 
Old 03-18-2017, 11:31 PM
 
Location: A Yankee in northeast TN
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If I ever run into that second guy I'm running like he...ck. Not only is one of his eyes totally creepy, those extra arms and legs just don't do anything for me.
 
Old 03-19-2017, 08:44 AM
 
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Not everyone is attracted to the same thing. Some women like the baby-face guys, or the small nose and softer angle of certain men. Some women even like scrawny-looking guys.

The imbalance is that in popular culture the stereotype is that men keeping choosing women who are soft featured, and women choose guys with boxy features. That means that when these people have children, the daughters are sometimes going to look like their dad and have boxy features (and be labeled as "less feminine") and the sons are sometimes going to have the cute features of the mom. It balances itself out I guess. That's why we keep seeing these different kinds of people, and labeling one as better than another is just a way for a minority to control the other groups of people, who are less likely to have all the features of whatever a culture desires.

It's the same thing with weight too. You have the expectation of thin women and bulky men as attractive. Again, a mismatch will occur when you get thin men and bulky women as well. People don't seem to realize that these features were selected for.

What this means is that if you're a cute-faced girl, and you want to increase the chances your girl also has the cuteness, you should breed with a man that is cute or has softer features. Likewise, if you're a man and like the Superman look, don't breed with a cute girl, breed with a girl that has the angular jaw line and cleft on the chin and prominent brows.

Most people actually prefer people that somewhat look like them. Some have said that people tend to have an affinity to people that remind them of their father or similar to them in some way.
 
Old 03-19-2017, 08:52 AM
 
Location: Blue Ridge Mntns., NC
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Not everyone is attracted to the same thing. Some women like the baby-face guys, or the small nose and softer angle of certain men. Some women even like scrawny-looking guys.

Not only that, but as we stated, the imbalance is that many men keeping choosing women who are soft featured, but then many women choose guys with boxy features. That means that when these people have children, the daughters are sometimes going to look like their dad and have boxy features (and be labeled as "less feminine") and the sons are sometimes going to have the cute features of the mom. It balances itself out I guess. That's why we keep seeing these different kinds of people, and personally labeling one over another is just a way for a minority to control the other groups of people.

It's the same thing with weight too. You have the expectation of thin women and bulky men as attractive. Again, a mismatch will occur when you get thin men and bulky women as well. People don't seem to realize that these features were selected for.

What this means is that if you're a cute faced girl, and you want to increase the chances your girl also has the cuteness, you should breed with a man that is cute or has softer features. Likewise, if you're a man and like the Superman look, don't breed with a cute girl, breed with a girl that has the angular and cleft on the chin and prominent brows.

Most people actually prefer people that somewhat look like them. Some have said that people tend to have an affinity to people that remind them of their father or similar to them in some way.


Ut oh.... for a minute there, I thought I had chosen the Pets forum.
 
Old 03-19-2017, 11:20 AM
 
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Ut oh.... for a minute there, I thought I had chosen the Pets forum.
I guess I could've also used "reproduce with" or engender with or beget with or procreate with!
 
Old 03-19-2017, 05:16 PM
 
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Scientists have already answered this question.



How are we men supposed to live up to these ridiculous standards? I just say be happy for who you are.
Have you seen pictures of him from before? He would probably be considered an attractive guy by most people.
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