I generally like a fit woman. Some curve, but too an extent. Also, I personally don't like women who are too ripped, but just enough that it shows they work out.
For example, I wouldn't like the hard-core marathon runner, or most of the "super models". If it shows that their moderately active, I'm good. That being said, there are many more important things other than body shape. Naturally human signs of health are the quality of their skin, and hair.
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ďThe whole concept of a macronutrient, like that of a calorie, is determining our language game in such a way that the conversation is not making sense." - Dr. Kurt Harris
i'm not real sure what i'm attracted to, i think all you guys need to put up shirtless flexing pics
to help us all
yeah you are
I used to think I was funny until I met Kathy Griffin. Iím gonna have to call my mama and have her tell me how good I am. - ginger minj
To the beard discussion...I hate the shaving part of our culture. I do shave maybe once or twice a week so that my hair doesn't get too long and itchy. I'll grow a full beard one day (I already can actually), but it would not fit my age or personality at all right now. It's also itchy and high maintenance, especially since I'm a really messy eater.
let's not hate on the skinny girls guys.
lmao, nice wiltondeportes.
had a little chat with the hubs during which i explained that i wished to make my ass a lot skinnier. he interrupted me with a NOOOOOOOOO!!!!. what i was going to say was that i'd like to make my ass skinnier, then make it bigger and perky via squats and lunges.
anyway...as far as physical appearance goes, i like a guy with a decent amount of muscle and a little bit of body fat on top, maybe between 12-18%. some hair, not too much. the thicker the hair on his head, the better though hair isn't a big deal. sometimes the lack of hair is a nice indicator that i'm not robbing the cradle. square jaw (better, if lined with trimmed facial hair). smiles and eye contact are super sexy. like, more attractive than the ability to cook.
but attraction goes much deeper than physicality. there are so many little behavioral traits that i find sexy: general sense of ease about him, sense of humor, high IQ, genuine concern for others (that's a panty-dropper right there), l33t musical abilities.
what it says in terms of primal? we're not grok. some aspects might be explained away due to this or that, but i think more than anything each of us is a product of upbringing within a culture. evolution plays a small, indirect part in personal preferences.
my primal journal: