Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Deal-Makers!

So we know what you all refuse to deal with.
What are those things that lure you in completely? The things that, when you discover them about someone, you are DEAD GONE on them.
It's okay.
You don't have to post your name if you don't want your weaknesses available to the general public. Like how watching the planes in Top Gun is pretty much like exposing me to really, really amazing porn. I would never let anyone in on that one.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

A really nice smile. And the extremely seldom, not too crass swear word.

f*bomb. said...

Great hands. I ALWAYS notice great hands.

Seymour Glass said...

a good laugh. one that's infectious and warm and makes me want to keep her laughing just so i can hear that laugh again.

Salt H2O said...

The ability to fix things, anything from a garbage disposal to a car.

chloe elizabeth said...

I second the fixing things, a great smile and the seldom, not too crass swear word, and I would add, appropriate. Maybe that's my problem?

And playing the guitar. I'm so boringly typical.

Sarita said...

A strong jaw just makes me melt. All month long. Pair that with a good pair of lips and he's golden. At least until he opens his mouth.

But as long as we are getting physical, strong thighs, well, legs. And then when he starts lifting stuff.....oh yeah.

ThomCarter.com said...

Okay; I know that you are going to make fun of me for this one . . .

A good Sunday School Teacher/ Strong Testimony.

I know it is cheesy, but I know that my last relationship didn't work because of her lack of commitment to the Gospel.

As for the physical, a woman that can smile with her eyes.

Sarita said...

Okay, I was a little too physical earlier. I actually do kinda swoon for a guy exercisng the priesthood in a himble non self righteous way. Or just displaying a general consideration for others.

That's actually sparked some attraction were otherwise there wouldnt have been.

caroline said...

superficial deal makers: a really really great voice does it for me. and yes, being handy. and manly hands. just manly-ness in general. and him being bigger than me.

Rachel said...

confident, honest, kind, excitable

Tannerama said...

Physically? Curves, smile, and eyes.

Non physical? A rapier wit. When I can have a whip-crack witty conversation with a girl? Color me attracted. And Most of all an interest in me.

caroline said...

yes, humor wit goes a long, long way.

veeda said...

I love a man who can cook and is a complete rock star. Good thing I found one.

caroline said...

i keep thinking of more...

someone who does the dishes after i cook.

someone who tries to get to know my friends.

good conversation.

someone who is fun to cook for (aka, loves food like i do and isn't super picky)

someone who has a plan and is ambitious about following it–in life and in every day matters. i hate having to be the one to make all the decisions and have to entertain him all the time.

f*bomb. said...

Doers of the word, and not hearers only.
There are amazing men I know who have incredible testimonies and faith...until they step out the door and become average in order to fit in. I only wish they had the confidence to be who they are on the inside when they're outside. The few who are, are golden.

chloe elizabeth said...

and five years later...again...I second the "nice guy" attributes. I've been with the "jerk", and while incredibly intelligent, charming and witty, at the end of the day, he was still a jerk. And nobody wants that.

f*bomb. said...

Chloe, I love that you recognize this. Here's the thing- I would do ANYTHING for The Funny. The Funny trumps ALL. But then I had this epiphany a few months ago; The Funny can cost someone's feelings. The Funny can belittle, and unwittingly disrespect the ones you adore.
When wit comes so easily, it can be so much fun; but is it worth potentially damaging someone's trust or harming their sensitive heart? I don't think so.