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Mr_Axelrod
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21 Jun 2012, 10:04 am

I don't really know what I get turned on by, but if you're talking about off's...

- Smoking
- Drugs
- Piercings
- Alcoholism
- Tattoos
- Dyed hair
- Not shaving
- Religious beliefs
- Likes Geordie Shore or any other trash TV
- Supports Juventus or Red Star Belgrade
- Can't cook
- Well-developed physique

I have to apologise to the feminists. Because I often feel like I am not masculine enough I feel the ideal women for me would be someone who is extremely feminine. I was also raised in a hyper-conservative household so that obviously explains my beliefs about tattoos/smoking/drugs/etc, although I've got no time or tolerance for religion, so that rules out church girls.



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21 Jun 2012, 2:09 pm

rosemund wrote:
Ons:
-Intelligence.
-Keen on politics.
...
Offs:
-Musicians.
-Bad boys.
-Fundamentally religious.
-Outdoorsy.
...
That describes me accurately, except I like being outdoors.


Well, but you want kids, someone that is Christian/Reformed Judaic, and doesn't play video games that often. I love video games, I've already had the one child I want (she's almost 14), and I've been ChristoPagan since the age of 16.



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21 Jun 2012, 3:12 pm

Well I think it would have to be dependent on the individual, the circumstances, the capability, there are so many factors to take into account. I wouldn't overlook someone completely if they didn't match my ideal phenotype. If everyone was the same or conformed to our idea of perfection, the world would be a boring place.



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21 Jun 2012, 3:53 pm

I'll post this in relation to a dating scenario. For friendships the bar is set considerably lower as I can't be too picky.

Turn ons:
-Christian girls who are real
-Good conversation
-Selflessness
-Honesty
-Geekiness
-Short girls
-Glasses
-Easy to read/exaggerated body language, or no body language at all (I hate subtle signals)
-Casual dress

Turn offs:
-Arrogance
-Perfume/makeup
-Piercings
-Tattoos
-Alcohol and/or drug use
-Smoking

Now, in terms of friendship, the rules are a bit more relaxed.

Turn ons:
-Conversation
-Intellect
-Honesty
-Trust
-Shared interests

Turn offs:
-Criminals
-Mischief
-Business attire
-Substance abuse
-Chaos


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22 Jun 2012, 10:34 am

Turn ons:

Demure but colourful clothes

Compassion

Interested in me as a human being

Calm, intelligent, mature personality

Musical skills especially singing, especially if they can up to 500Hz.......I can get up to 400Hz so we could do some brilliant harmonies.



Turn offs:

Lipstick

Makeup (unless it's really snazzy alternative makeup that makes her look like a weird witch, then it's a turn on)

Judgemental personality

Narcissism

Loudness



Trouble is, I could probably find loads more if I had the time to think about it. Just realised I've missed out communication skills..........those are paramount.