What personality/character display most attracts you to a guy, and why? Is it confidence, in which case how does him just thinking he's great make you think he's great? is it kindness? if so, why? explain. no wrong answers. if you have more than one... feel free to give me more
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k, so I've liked very few guys in my life, and by liked I mean REALLY FELL HARD FOR! and here's a pattern I've seen with myself (cant speak for all other women) but for me I really fall for a guy when:
1.) he steps up and introduces himself to me, gets the convo going and initiates a friendship aka CONFIDENCE. the guy who comes up to a shy girl and makes the move says/does something. and no don't be too flirty or sexual or forward just be casual and friendly.
2.) he doesn't forget me and stays consistent. no games. just continues the friendship and adding some compliments flirtyness in between like hinting he is attracted to me, that shows that okay he can potentially like me and then I start to analyze how I feel about him and then things can go forward. we exchange numbers and get to know each other.
3.) he should always be respectful kind and just have a good heart. not just to me but everyone. it shows character. it shows that he's potential husband/father material. the typical guy who just looks at every girl and goes clubbing partying drinking talk about sex and judge others trying to act cool...they can't be taken seriously if you know what I mean. like my ex guy friend for an example, I never liked his personality or felt attracted to him, he was just a friend and funny to talk to, nothing more, because he was always picking out flaws in every girl that walked by, or acting macho and just being a douche in general. he watched jersey shore and liked to laugh at pp and look down at them, like he was some higher being himself. you can guess why I'm not friends with him anymore.lol but yea, a woman wants a mature sophisticated man who knows how to treat others well, strangers, colleagues, family, pets, everyone. you need character and just morals.1