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post #61 of 103
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Originally Posted by db_ggmm View Post
Nah, you're wrong. Women are inherently more selective than men are. Men have a max BMI cap while women have a BMI min and BMI max as well as a height min.

I think men and women are both selective, but each looks for different characteristics in the opposite sex.
post #62 of 103
This thread is pretty bad.
post #63 of 103
Evolutionary psychology is fun. Check it.
post #64 of 103
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Originally Posted by mkarim View Post
I think men and women are both selective, but each looks for different characteristics in the opposite sex.

most women for instance don't look for huge bazongas in men
post #65 of 103
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Originally Posted by why View Post
This thread is pretty bad.

For once I agree with you.


Money. Confidence. Pick one or both if you want women.


I lift weights for me. I don't give a fuck what anyone thinks about it.
post #66 of 103
Ya? Prostitutes aside, how much money would I need to make to consistently get women 2 inches taller than myself?
post #67 of 103
Pretty much call that being Gay!
post #68 of 103
it's not what you have but how you use it that matters.
post #69 of 103
Look at Robert Pattinson. Just named "Sexiest Man Alive" by some trashy magazine a couple hundred thousand women likely read. In addition, scores of teenage and twenty something girls fawn over him to no end. It's to the point where I believe he had his abs sprayed on for one of his movies, he's that thin and non-muscular, and yet they adore him. How much of that is due to his status in the Twilight movies, I don't know, but it merits thought.
post #70 of 103
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Originally Posted by ZackyBoy View Post
Girls like skinny men. Women like real, lean, built men.

Ya OK. That's why skinny guys like Zac Efron, David Beckham, Orlando Bloom, etc. are all dominating the sexiest men lists, right?

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Originally Posted by TyCooN View Post
Your body doesn't matter this much when dealing with the opposite sex unless you have a vagina between your thighs.

Being built like a pro boxer ftw.

Pro Boxers aren't exactly what I'd call being "built". Usually they are just very lean, but they don't have a ton of mass (no hate, because that's a similar look for what I'm going for, just saying that they aren't "built").
post #71 of 103
This is actually pretty dumb. I know a ton of girls who like fat guys. Different strokes for different folks. Like me for instance, I'm an ass man rather than a tit man.
post #72 of 103
Why the ladies love Robert Pattinson His movie character demonstrates two qualities which women find irresistable: Danger and Chivalry. It has to be both, not just one or the other. He's a bad boy with good manners and makes the object of his affection feel safe, while being scary and dangerous to others. This article describes the same, except with much more verbage http://www.associatedcontent.com/art...ght.html?cat=9
post #73 of 103
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Originally Posted by javyn View Post
This is actually pretty dumb. I know a ton of girls who like fat guys. Different strokes for different folks. Like me for instance, I'm an ass man rather than a tit man.

I think it's pretty tactless to classify people based on their favorite female body part.
post #74 of 103
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Originally Posted by why View Post
I think it's pretty tactless to classify people based on their favorite female body part.

wait what?
post #75 of 103
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Originally Posted by robertorex View Post
wait what?

'Tit man' and 'ass man'. I think stereotypical frat boys at least have a bit more class than that.
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