The guy I'm just starting to date is not "my type" at all. I typically like guys with dark hair and dark eyes, very light skin, and a clean cut style. This guy is strawberry blonde and blue eyed and his ideas are very different my own. But I find him really interesting and he makes me feel safe and comfortable and forget about the things I'm insecure about so I'm feeling good about it anyway.
I don't really have one type, before i had a type a tall blonde guy with blue eyes but I've been attracted to so much other guy (Asian guys generally) who doesn't fit at all my "type (They're the complete opposite of my "type' (dark hair / eyes, on the short side) that I don't think I have a type anymore honestly.
I have before. The relationships haven't worked out. So i prefer not to
I'm pretty open to people look wise but personality wise I have a type. As long as they don't hate what I like I'm cool. If they don't have tattoos but are cool with someone who loves them and has them it's okay. I'm not big on technology but I'm okay with dating someone who is because it's cool learning new things.
I had an ex who dated me because I wasn't his type at all not someone who he would typically date. Turns out he was completely embarrassed of me which is so dumb as to why he would even bother being with me.
It depends on if you define "type" as physical characteristics or emotional/personality traits. For me, the latter is more important; if she's hot but we can't have fun together, then there's no point. So I'm willing to go out of "my type" or what I think is "hot" when I superficially judge women in order to find someone that's actually worth it, even if she doesn't fit stereotypes I was accustomed to