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Some people just want Pizza on their plate, some just want an orange, some just want vegetables, some just want a big ol' steak, some want a ice cold beverage or just some water with their meal, etc.. but for me, I LIKE A PLATE FULL OF EVERYTHING ABOVE.
I can't stick to just one. I need variety!0
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Near as I can tell there's no difference in "types" her other than clothing, and occasionally hair or makeup. If that's really what you think makes an entire person into a "type," then you have a weird version of reality in your head.2
Natural. Girls who wear stuff like vintage floral dresses and do their up their hair in cute oldfashioned ways.
All that materialism just gets in the way of love.0
Pretty much any of them except the druggies crowd. What trash.10
I prefer a blend of cool, classy, athletic and tomboy.
But if I can only pick one, then athletic.0
Option F is closest to my liking. I like women who have the basics down pat and like and enjoy spending time with each other. Not too concerned with her looks and able to hold a conversation.0
The super cool girl. I love cool women to death. Almost nothing is better than a cool girl.0
I like Natural & Cool (as long as cool is not a straight up pothead)0
I like fucked up laid back girls while in reality I attract social butterflies0
You should add an option for those who just wanna see the results as well0
Cute girls always get me0
Anyone but 'E-girl' or 'cool girl'.0
Natural, basic, the best.0
Natural or basic.. athletic looks good too0
Metal Head Girl... rocker chicks rule!0
A natural girl-next-door type0
Should be kind and sexy.0
E-girls are garbage.0
What’s an E-girl?0
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The title "e-girl" is most effective at narrowing down the makeup styles that I find most physically attractive. It also conveniently includes an implied interest in anime and video games--both of which are hobbies I have, and wish to share with a romantic partner. The only things associated with the "e-girl" title that I dislike is the in-authenticity and whorish nature of it. Let's face it, most of these girls don't actually want anything to do with anime or video games, they're just capitalizing on the good business opportunity that is the sex-starved sub-population of anime and video game hobbyists.
As for the "cute girl" title, there isn't a one true aesthetic that is associated with it. It refers more to a demeanor/personality that includes traditional femininity, as well as traits such as introversion, shyness, mild social anxiety, compassion, politeness, passiveness, harmlessness, etc.
Because the "e-girl" title refers to a certain aesthetic and certain hobbies, while the "shy girl" title refers to demeanor and personality, the two are not mutually exclusive. So I guess you could say I like "cute e-girls". That would also serve to do away with many of the cons associated with "e-girls" that I mentioned before.
I wouldn't date a "tomboy" because that would require me to sacrifice feminine appearance, style, aesthetic, demeanor, and personality--all just so I could share a couple of hobbies with her that most girls aren't interested in. In fact, "e-girls" make "tomboys" obsolete because, unlike tomboys, they like anime and video games (really the only two traditionally masculine hobbies I'm concerned with anyway) without sacrificing their femininity.
I don't like "cool girls" solely due to the implied set of moral values (drug consumption, promiscuity, rebellion against [even legitimate] authority, etc.).
"Classy" refers exclusively to clothing and manners. I do like "classy" or "refined" clothing styles on women, especially since they suggest wealth, as well as general politeness--but it's the same deal with "shy girls" where I don't think this title is necessarily mutually exclusive with most of the others.
There is no such thing as "natural" or "basic" girl, unless you genuinely mean girls who have no consistent clothing or makeup style, a bland personality (no traits that particularly stand out), and no hobbies--in which case, I don't like them at all.
I don't like athletic girls merely because I think anytime you try to make sports about anything other than doing it, right there, in the moment, they become boring. Sports rules are boring. Sports commentary is boring. Obsessing over professional athletes is boring. Being loyal to and following professional teams merely due to geographic location by chance is boring. If you play sports, you either embody all of those boring elements, or you are forced to not make them a part of your identity, or talk about them, at all. People who play sports should treat sports the same way people who weightlift treat weightlifting. I weightlift, but I leave it at the gym. I don't talk to people about how heavy the things I move are, or the techniques I use to move heavy things. If I did, everyone would think I was boring (and they'd be damn right).
So in summary, I like "cute, classy e-girls who like anime and video games, aren't whores, have good moral values, are very feminine, and 'can' play sports as long as they never talk about it".