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Posted on Sun, Feb 22, 2009 22:27

Like it often happen for me when writing a blog, it gives me an idea for a second, sometimes even a third one. That's why my blogs are often grouped.

I've seen a few blogs from men asking what will command women's attention, how to court a woman or seduce us.

Every once in a while I come accross a man who'll start a conversation with a witty remark. I'm intrigued. Then he'll start talking about politics, history or litterature... and I'm interested. Intellect attracts me in a man. That's first. Then if the conversation continues, if he talks to me with respect, discussing things and not confronting, he'll get my attention. If he can show humour with a certain style and be seductive without being vulgar... then I'm hooked and ready to move to wherever he lives. hehehehe

For me it's about the way he treats and talks to me. It's basically about like the image of myself that gets reflected to me from his eyes.



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Posted on Thu, Mar 05, 2009 11:30

See True's recommended daily doses blog. My answers are pretty much there.


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petale46
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Posted on Tue, Mar 03, 2009 08:45

So many things to react to.¿ Like you I'm at a point that if he breathes, then he must be Prince Charming... hehehehe

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Easy to fall in the trap falling in love with¿love and not the man, when you are at that point.¿

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I too have become younger as I gain in age.¿ As a teenager, I was serious, stedious and awfully mature.¿ As I'm getting older, I more and more enjoy life like I should have as a child, marvelled by simple things and happy with even less.¿ I also care a whole deal less about what other people think about me.¿ I still care about decorum and appropriate behaviour in public, but with friends, no stop, I am more myself now then I've ever been.



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Posted on Mon, Mar 02, 2009 14:52

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If things don¿t improve in the next couple of years, I think my answer to ¿What you look for in a man¿ will be a weak pulse & his own plot bought & paid for, lol.

I¿ve noticed over the years that as I¿ve got older, my sense of humour has become more irreverent, & my reactions more impetuous. When I was young/younger, I used to worry about being the first to react to anything ¿ I wouldn¿t laugh first in case I was the only one who did, I wouldn¿t speak up in front of a group in case I was the only one to open my mouth even if something had annoyed all of us, that sort of thing. Now that I consider myself beyond the age of redemption, if something makes me laugh, I laugh, if I want to go on a stage to sing I do it ¿ I don¿t worry about what other people think of me, as long as I¿m not hurting someone my primary concern is what I think of me doing it.

I¿m the same with what I look for in a man. I don¿t want a man who looks at me like a worried puppy before he shows an emotion, a reaction to something, as if I¿m going to banish him to his basket if he gets something wrong. I want a man who¿s prepared to show his emotions without worrying whether someone¿s going to agree with him (that includes being more tactile than a handshake or a peck on the cheek), who¿s prepared to be as honest with me as he is with himself & who isn¿t afraid to laugh at himself. I like talkers, not lecturers. If you want to educate me, let me tell you what I want to learn rather than you make assumptions about where I¿m lacking. If he wants to talk, he needs to also be prepared to listen. Most of all, I can¿t be doing with people who are so determined to have their own way that they sulk when they don¿t get it. Men, you¿ve been warned, lol.



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