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The Phwoar factor

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Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire
15-Mar-2016 20:42 Message #4625270
What makes you go phwoar?

A man with both brains and muscles does it for me.
Male
Nuvo  Male  Merseyside
15-Mar-2016 20:58 Message #4625274
Know it when I see it
Male
Nuvo  Male  Merseyside
15-Mar-2016 20:59 Message #4625276
or meet her or sommat... need to be able to edit messages on here!
Female
Christy K  Female  Warwickshire
15-Mar-2016 21:11 Message #4625278
Mojo

Minnie and I are looking, where are the three you mentioned please?

Chris
Female
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire
15-Mar-2016 21:16 Message #4625279
Oh miss mojo, I would agree with your favourite actors, particularly for brunettes.
Though I would need to add Anthony Hopkins, Daniel Craig, Patrick Swayze to the mix, for me.
Patrick Swayze could dance too, and that kind of physicality in a man makes me come over all unnecessary.
Female
Christy K  Female  Warwickshire
15-Mar-2016 21:35 Message #4625287
MelO, that made me laugh. Are you sure you haven't left anything out??? Emotional intelligence - I thought it was men we were looking for x
Female
Lady  Female  North Yorkshire
15-Mar-2016 21:36 Message #4625288
Well toned but no over-developed muscles, slim hips, pert firm bum, hairless chest, Twinkly eyes, attractive smile, intelligent humour and a bit of charm and self-deprecation.
That'll do for starters ... :-)
Female
FREE  Female  Somerset
15-Mar-2016 21:39 Message #4625289
Physically: Tall, good head of dark hair, piercing blue eyes, well built but not muscly, hairy chest and broad shoulders.

Personality: Intelligent, chatty, funny, generous nature, compassionate and spiritual.
Female
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire
15-Mar-2016 21:44 Message #4625290
Well, I don't mind too much if they can't dance.

I would be quite happy watching him work up a sweat digging the garden, whilst I sip a chilled white wine.

What is it about a man working that makes me go all swoony?

There's that old joke about work fascinates me, I could sit and watch it all day.

But rippling muscles ... oh dear ... phwoar!!!
Female
FREE  Female  Somerset
15-Mar-2016 21:50 Message #4625293
I'll fight you for him, Mojo!
Female
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire
15-Mar-2016 21:54 Message #4625294
Who said that men are more visual than women are?
I'm not convinced that women are too different.
Female
coffeelover  Female  Norfolk
15-Mar-2016 22:47 Message #4625304
Nice tight bum, good dresser, intelligence, manners, ...the eyes...
Female
FREE  Female  Somerset
15-Mar-2016 22:54 Message #4625306
I was referring to your description, Mojo.

Muscles don't do it for me, just tall with a good physique, strong arms and a hairy chest...oooerr missus...and I am an expert on inside leg measurements :-D

I once had a fight over a boy during the school cross country run. I got banned for it. RESULT!
Male
Steve1959  Male  Nottinghamshire
15-Mar-2016 23:47 Message #4625316
Nice tits and sexy legs ;)~

Female
Cassis  Female  Cambridgeshire
16-Mar-2016 01:58 Message #4625319
Mellow,
I was right with you ("tall, good head of dark hair") but oh no, not piercing blue eyes or hairy chest. I'm a sucker for a great smile and twinkly eyes but the only colour eyes I really dislike are "piercing blue" - good job we don't all want the same.
I like a naturally lean athletic build and a cultured voice. Personality and education aren't usually obvious on that first take when involuntarily you go "phoaw".

Johnny Depp or Adam Turner would do for me;):)
Female
Cassis  Female  Cambridgeshire
16-Mar-2016 02:01 Message #4625320
AIDAN Turner even!...damn stupid overbearing google:)
Male
Hierophant  Male  East Anglia
16-Mar-2016 06:48 Message #4625323
Increasingly, it's what she is wearing that either turns my head or my stomach.
Also nice hands, smile, legs, child bearing hips with a great arse...
Male
Pixalated  Male  East Anglia
16-Mar-2016 07:10 Message #4625327
At my age if they are still breathing ...PHWOAR lol
Female
Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire
16-Mar-2016 08:44 Message #4625345
Tight bum, tight jeans, green wellies, Range Rover and a tractor.

(even at my age .. lol)
Female
nellieredshoes  Female  West Yorkshire
16-Mar-2016 09:00 Message #4625348
I used to be drawn to tall dark good looking me. Now I realise that looks and physique aren't ' worth a hill of beans'

Now what turns me on are not good looks or a nice body. They can change over time and are no indicator of a mans inner depths.
I like an intelligent man who can hold conversations about most stuff and who is kind. If he fancies me as well - what's not to like about that?

What's inside is more important than the wrapping.
Male
Dustybin  Male  Suffolk
16-Mar-2016 10:26 Message #4625351
In the Disney cartoon version of The Jungle Book, a vulture says he has never met anybody he didn't like.
Male
barney  Male  Surrey
16-Mar-2016 11:08 Message #4625356
I think some of you ladies are going to be looking for a long time lol.
Superman is a fictional comic book character.
Female
Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire
16-Mar-2016 11:44 Message #4625363
Barney (lol) - I think some of the men here are going to be looking for a long time too - after all Cindy & Barbie don't actually exist... lol lol lol


V x... smiling away...
Female
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd
16-Mar-2016 11:49 Message #4625365
I don't think I'm capable of it any more, I see some hot looking bloke and think that I can't be arsed.
Female
FREE  Female  Somerset
16-Mar-2016 12:11 Message #4625375
Actually, Cassis... skip the piercing blue eyes. Colin Firth's Mr Darcy sets my heart... and other bits, aflame! Oh my God, he can have his wicked way with me anytime!

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