I love tomboyish girls, but that doesn't include girls with short hair. Being a tomboy doesn't mean a girl has to look like a boy, it actually means: 1. A girl who enjoys rough, noisy activities traditionally associated with boys. 2. A girl who dresses and behaves the way boys are expected to, often into more masculine things like "stronger" sports, computers, or cars. Stereotypically wears jeans, baseball caps, and denim vests/jackets. 3. A girl who doesn't like "girly stuff" like dresses, skirts, high heels, makeup etc. Personally, I love assertive, sporty type of girls.
Yeah, I don't mind that. I think the most realised people are those who can embrace and strengthen *both* their male and female qualities. What I don't like in women is the ones who have too much of a harsh male outlook, which is actually a lot of even supposedly feminine women these days. I like women with some 'boyish' qualities, but it must be tempered by their effusive lovely femininity.
Just for the sake of interest. I like two of the girls, but girl 2#, not a fan of her style and the 'emo' connotations. Seems an immature look, compared to the other girls.
To answer your post, Yes, I would find a boyish girl interesting, but it would have to go beyond that. Looks only go so far, I'd like to know the girl for who she really is before I make any flirtatious moves to get the number.