Most Helpful Guy
Well id rather they had titts so not exactly like me no.
I want them to have the same down to earth views on sex and appetite , like my self i don't want them to be some one that nags pepole. You can guide pepole significantly but you have to make it seem like there idea or lead by example it will just irritate pepole otherwise. Something a lot of women don't seem to have picked up.
How ever I do think different but complementary wants and needs are better than both having the same wants and needs.0
Most Helpful Girl
I think it's good to have a balance. I'll use my boyfriend and I as an example:
I'm white, grew up in Washington state in Spokane and Seattle, am into fancyish things like brie cheese and cafe mistos, into makeup, not close with my parents, grew up strong in academic subjects like math, and want to be a lawyer.
Meanwhile, my boyfriend is full blooded Native American from New Mexico, is a simple country guy, favorite dessert is a vanilla ice cream cone from Dairy Queen, grew up weak in academics but really into film, and is a mama's boy.
When we go into nice restaurants, I order for him because he thinks I understand the menu better. In New Mexico, he orders for me because we both know he understands the menu better and will help me not get anything spicy.
While we are extremely different in that sense, we also have a lot in common. We both like to have discussions about philosophy, books, movies, the meaning of life, etc. We are both extremely romantic and do homemade gifts for each other. We are both goofy as hell and are always laughing at dumb jokes. We have the same family values and want to adopt a child. We believe in universal healthcare but don't support abortion. There's a bunch more, but, most importantly- we LOVE coffee.
I think having a lot of differences creates an interesting relationship. However, certain things like family values, and other "deal breakers" you have are important.1