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What would be your dream date?

rnrnTom - I think my dream date would be at my favorite Italian restaurant-Scarantino's Inn, Glendale, CA.rnrn

rnrnGlen - My dream date would depend on where I'm living at the time (I'm active duty Air Force) and the type of girl I'm going out with. As of right now, my dream date would be taking the 4wheelers out for some motocross action and then coming home and getting cleaned up and having a nice dinner and then playing it by ear for the rest of the night.rnrn

rnrnTodd - Vacationing in a tropical island where we're wearing as little clothes as possible. Dinner on the beach.rnrn

rnrnDennis - A nice romantic night sitting by a fire having some drinks and flirty conversation. rnrn

rnrnBradley - It would likely not be in the realm of first date material, but I think this would be my ideal date. Starting with the preparation for a weekend away; grocery shopping, packing, and grabbing coffee for the trip. My date and I would be headed up to a cottage in Sonoma, something secluded within the redwoods, closest enough to the wineries, but are enough to have a deep level of privacy. The drive up would be filled with stimulating conversation accompanied with the physical touch, and building sexual tension. To be alone, secluded, and free together for an entire weekend. The weekend's events would include hiking, wine tasting, cooking dinner together, relaxing in the hot tub, and throwing sexual inhibitions to the wind. Every morning would breed a new level of excitement, culminating in sexual release, and the relaxation required to recharge ones batteries for the upcoming week.rnrn

rnrnAnthony - My dream date would be getting up early, picking up my date, drive somewhere for a nice breakfast, then drive to some small town festival or craft show, walking around looking at various things and talking. Then maybe finding a location near water either a lake or river. having a picnic lunch then driving somewhere for a nice dinner and maybe dancing. The whole day simply spending time together and getting to know each other.rnrn

rnrnDevan - Dating is a waste of time. I'd rather hang out if we click. If we don't click, move on. We're both adults, no hard feelings necessary.rnrn

rnrnBlake - My dream date would be dinner at a restaurant.rnrn

rnrnJake - A perfect date for me would be to start the date with a dinner at a nice restaurant. Maybe soft light and music. After dinner, perhaps a movie. To finalize the night, a walk on the beach.rnrn

rnrnPierre - Hawaii would be a dream date - but hanging out here at the Park Plaza Lounge or going to a good restaurant would do. A trip to NY would also be good. But simple is fine even for just a drive.rnrn

rnrnManuel - I would like a fun date where there is intellectual harmony between me and the girl.rnrn

rnrn Frank - My dream date would be one of those dates where you totally feel like you're out of your league, with a girl who you never thought you'd ever have a chance of being with, but where everything goes so amazingly that all those barriers of fear and doubt are knocked down and she really does enjoy you and your company for you and who you are. It'd be a date where I could easily make her laugh, where the conversation was intellectually (and physically) stimulating, where we had a great flirting repartee and discovered we shared a lot of interests in common. She'd look stunning from head to toe, display a caring and compassionate heart, have a great sense of style and sense of humor and wit to match her beauty, and the physical and mental attraction between us would be strong enough that we couldn't wait to be in each other's arms at the end of the night. Where we ate dinner, and the location of the date really wouldn't matter, because if all those qualities were present, it'd be a dream date no matter where we went.rnrn

rnrnSteve - I think having dinner on a beach at sunset would be wonderful. A table, 2 chairs, candles, and a special catered dinner served by a waiter. Wine of course as well as some type of music. Would a violinist sound too cheesy?rnrn

rnrnShawn - A girl who is into everything I am into - progressive rock music, Saturday morning cartoons, comic books, writing scripts or poetry, hanging out in record or book stores and, a little bit of baseball fan. However, I'm not big on being a party animal- so I try to steer clear of any woman who consume mass amounts of alcohol or take drugs. Someone who's level headed and doesn't criticize or judge you on your past actions.rnrn

What would be your dream girl?

\r\n\r\nTom - My dream girl would be slender, smooth, and have pretty eyes.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - My dream girl has always been about the same. Always had a thing for blue eyed blondes. The first thing I notice about a woman is her eyes and her smile. Pretty eyes and smile are a must. As far as body type, I like a girl with curves. I'm not talking overweight, but curvy with a little meat on her bones. I'm not attracted to rail thin toothpicks. Her personality would have to be a little bit of everything. A little bit country girl, a little bit city girl, family oriented, has a career not a job, and who is willing to work hard in a relationship.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - Dark hair (no hair extensions), natural makeup (I don't like it when it looks like a girl's wearing makeup or the porn star look with all the eye makeup and lipstick), petit frame, natural boobs about a size B or C, blue/green eyes...classy girl who's sexy and confident...lady by day but a freak in the sheets!\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - Jet black shiny hair. About 5'4' with a nice figure and shapely breasts.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - Someone I can completely be myself around. Who's humor is align with mine, and who'd body, and style can ignite sexual arousal at any time, but someone who I can take to my parents and know she can handle her own. She has to be confident, kind, and kinky.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - 5'7 or taller dark hair, lightly curled, either really dark eyes or really light colored eyes. intelligent, open minded, patient, funny, somewhat mysterious, independent.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - Dream Girl is someone who takes care of herself (or at least lets me pamper her) Qualities would be extremely open-minded, exploritory and fun. She has her own life, is open to dating others, not needy etc. More important than looks is an extremely hot mind. A good mind fuck is HOT!\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - My dreamgirl would be a woman similar to you Sienna, she would have a medium build, and beautiful.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - Easy on the eyes never hurts. Body type has never been that important to me. Just as long as they don't look like a skeleton. Qualities that are important to me would be mutual respect and the ability to hold a conversation. Someone that could be defined as a ditz or airhead wouldn't be a choice for me. Her mind I would find sexy.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - Any girl that works for Lufthansa as an airline stewardess. 5'5 to 5'10 - slender to thin - blonde, redheat, brunette (all good) - pretty - well groomed - sexy - intelligent. Could also be any ethnicity. Smart woman who likes to think and is independent.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - Blonde, intelligent, beautiful breasts, tender smile\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Frank - My 'dream girl' would be sweet, but with a great sense of humor, smart, opinionated, independent and never afraid to stand up for herself, as I enjoy being with someone who's going to challenge me and not want me to make every decision for her. She'll also be caring, honest, and understanding - someone who really does love and accept me for who I am, not someone else they want me to be. Physically, she'll have a great smile and beautiful eyes, and a sensuous womanly figure with sexy curves (nicely rounded breasts and an ass - not too skinny). Hair color is not too important to me, as I've had things for blondes, brunettes and redheads before, but I do prefer longer, wavier hair as opposed to short hair w/ straight bangs.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - The first thing I notice on a woman is her eyes. If she has eyes that I can get lost in, I'm hooked right then and there. She must have a sense of humor and like to have long, intelligent conversations. Someone whose interests range from enjoying breakfast in bed, to visiting small art galleries, to enjoying a hockey game, to volunteering at a soup kitchen. Someone who cries at sad movies but can still enjoy a pillow fight at midnight. My dream girl would be someone that would turn a head when passing her, but not to the point of walking into traffic. Someone who doesn't wear a lot of makeup. She would have breasts that were on the larger side and natural, no implants please. I have always been a butt man, so a large butt would be wonderful. As far as the entire person as a whole, please don't be normal, I HATE normal. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - I'm open to all races and hopefully she'll be someone under the age of 45. I hope that she's attractive with movie star/model/porn star qualities - but I go for the plain everyday look too. Also personality traits such as kindness and politeness factor in the equation. I love doing nice things for girls just for the sheer heck of it with no reciprocation or strings attached - if it's within my power to do so. \r\n\r\n

How do you feel about a girl asking you out for a date? Or do you prefer to approach and/or ask the girl out?

\r\n\r\nTom - It would be refreshing if a woman made the first move, that way, but I can't say a beautiful woman has ever been my aggressor.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - I'm totally ok with the girl asking me out. I mean if we're talking and things are going well and she beats me to the punch, that's just fine with me. Believe it or not, guys like to be asked out too!\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - I prefer to ask the girl out but if she beats me to it then I have no problem with that. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - Either one is fine. I enjoy being asked out. It shows the woman can be aggressive when required. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - I love it; it shows confidence, and what human being doesn't want to feel desired. I do equal parts approaching and being approached. You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - I have no issue with a woman asking me out it simplifies things.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - I'd be flattered if a girl approached me and said, "I would like to get to know you" and handed me her number.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - It is all right for a woman to ask me out on a date, I would rather ask her out first.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - In this day and age, I think it is fine either way. Why should it always be the man who asks out the woman? There are times when a man might 'overlook' what might be a great date. The woman not wanting to miss out on it, should be able to make the first move and ask the guy out.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - Usually being asked is the best. Never ask a question you do not know the answer to. Many women will neurotically answer NO because they did not do the asking. Asking by not asking.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - No problem. I like women who take the initiative\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Frank - I'm fairly traditional, so I would prefer to always ask a girl out. But it can definitely be helpful to know if a girl is interested before you ask her out, either through flirting, putting out the right signals, etc., so I am not opposed to a girl approaching me and being flirty. However, when it comes to asking for a date or phone # I need to do that on my own.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - I would love it if a woman were to ask me out. I would rather ask the woman out, but again, I would love it if she did the asking.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - Bit of both. When I have a concert or event to go to - and I don't want to go by myself- I'll throw a solicitation on either facebook or myspace or just go through the phone list for someone of the opposite sex to accompany me. And vice versa I've been asked out online to accompany someone to a movie or show when someone's original date plans have gone array. I've been set up on a blind date before. \r\n\r\n

Where do you mostly meet women?

\r\n\r\n Tom - I meet most women, at work. I have had no success, elsewhere.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - I mostly meet women online due to the small town I live in. It's at least a 2 hour drive to the nearest target rich environment. (pardon the military lingo haha)\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - I travel a lot for work so cafes, bars, restaurants, airport lounges, stores, etc. I have no problem approaching a woman anywhere.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - I have met most women at bars or online. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - Most of the women I've met have been through friends, or at work, or bars. I think the ideal way I would want to meet someone is at a farmers market, or someplace where you would never expect, or be looking for a woman.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - I prefer bookstores, its nice to meet a woman who actually has read a book. I like festivals also because at least they have similar interests.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - I mostly meet women this same way, usually in passing. If I feel the energy, I'm comfortable enough to want to find out what that energy is all about.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - I meet women online mostly.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - I have met women just about everywhere. I've met them while grabbing a bite while I'm out and I've met them while shopping. Opportunity is everywhere, all you have to do is look. I've even met women when going out to get my mail. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - I have met most women online. Online I definitely do not recommend because they usually have something to hide. Work - well having worked in the architectural profession there are no good looking women in that business. Bars are usually too loud and the women too low - not impossible though - depends on the bar.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - Bars and pubs.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Frank - I meet most women through the nightlife scene - bars, burlesque shows, concerts - although my last two long-term relationships were with girls I met in school and through Facebook, respectively.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - Just in my daily activities. Coffee shop, grocery shopping, sitting in a park, etc. At this point in my life I am not going out to clubs, (hopefully that will change soon), but then I would always be concerned about going out with a party girl and not with a real person.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - For now online. I don't go out much these days since my big lay off from three years back. So I'm not much out in the public these days unless I absolutely have to go out. I can't afford to take out women anymore.\r\n\r\n

When out on a first date, if you pay for dinner are you expecting sex or at least a kiss from your date? Do you feel as if she owes you something for buying dinner or drinks?

\r\n\r\n Tom - On a first date, I keep my expectations low. Footing the bill is part of the gamble, if we even hit it off, as a couple.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - I don't expect anything from her. My dad taught me that when a woman goes out with you, she's already given up her time to spend it with you so you need to make it worth her while. I mean, yeah, I'd love to have sex after or at least a kiss, but if they don't happen it's not a big deal. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - Absolutely not! But I'm a guy so I would love for the girl to have sex with me but I'm not expecting it, not even a kiss. It's up to her. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - I feel the man should pay for dinner because that is the gentlemanly thing to do. As far as expectations I definitely think there should be a kiss or kisses at the end if the chemistry is there but nothing is owed because I paid.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - Absolutely not; Any guy who takes a woman on a date is of course hoping to get lucky, but the woman doesn't owe you anything... and if there isn't a connection you can hug and part ways... A man should feel lucky enough to simply spend time with the woman he is out with... anything else that happens is just a bonus.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - I am a man we always want sex. But if I go out on a date, and I pay, I at least expect a hug, I prefer a kiss and will think about sex, but if I have sex on the first date, Its up in the air if there will be a second date. Unless there was just something I really liked about them up front. If I am in it for the long haul I want to take my time. before sex.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - If a woman isn't into me, I think it's honorable for her to pay for dinner. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - I don't expect sex on the first date, maybe a kiss.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - Never. When on a date and I pay for everything, that is a choice I make. I don't do anything and expect something in return. If there was a kiss or sex, great. If not, it's not a big deal. I pay for my date because that is how it should be. If the woman wanted to pay for half of it, I would have to explain why I want to pay for the date. If that was to possibly make for an uncomfortable date and she would feel better paying for part of it, then I'd agree to it. Life shouldn't be based entirely on sex and neither should a first date.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - I never expect anything on the first date or any date. And I definitely do not think I am owed anything. It is always good manners for the man to pay for drinks and food. It is a matter of principle. I would do this with my male friends. Paying for something is not about being owed but rather showing respect and humility to the other person. A way to thank them for their company. Even if the woman is not into me or rude it is my responsibility to pay for the evening. Of course I would not ask her out again.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - I don't expect anything on the first date.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Frank - On a first date I never make any assumptions. As a traditional-minded guy, I always offer to buy dinner and drinks on a first date, without expecting anything, other than enjoying the privilege of sharing someone's company who I'd like to get to know better. A kiss at the end of the night is always great, but only if the date goes great and it feels natural, not forced. And I definitely wouldn't expect sex.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - No, when it comes to sex and kissing, no one owes anyone anything. That to me is absurd, to think that a woman owes you sex because you took her to dinner. Actually, if a woman were to offer sex on after a first date, I would wonder why she is that open about it. A kiss, yes, that would be wonderful, but sex after a first date, no. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - Not at all. I feel lucky enough to be in someone's company. I don't mind pecking someone on the cheek or giving her a hug. That's showing gratitude in itself right there.\r\n\r\n

If your date is not into you, but you don't know she's not interested, would you prefer for her to pay for half the dinner? Or does it not bother you either way?

rnrn Tom - As I mentioned in my above answer, my lower expectations save me disappointment, if I've had a poor date.rnrn

rnrnGlen - Either way I'm paying for dinner. I was raised that the man always pays. If she's not into me, that's fine. As long as she's up front and honest about it, I'll still pick up the tab and tell her thanks for the evening. Unless she's a total lunatic, then I'll still pay and politely tell her what she can go do with herself haha.rnrn

rnrnTodd - I would rather her tell me she isn't interested in me but I would still pay for dinner either way. I asked her out so I pay, even if she asked me out I'd still pay. Even if she insists on paying I won't let her. I just look as it as taking a friend out if she's not interested. Nothing gained, nothing lost. rnrn

rnrnDennis - I will pay for the dinner regardless. That is the way I was brought up. Dating is a gamble and sometimes things don't go your way. rnrn

rnrnBradley - I think when a girl offers to pay it is always nice to hear, but I have never let a woman pay, and there have been plenty of times where the connection just wasn't there. A few solid friendships have started out this way.rnrn

rnrnAnthony - If I asked her out I have no issue paying, that was how I was raised. However if they are not interested in me I hope they are up front about it.rnrn

rnrnDevan - I think your thoughts are very in line with a 'grown-up' protocol. (If I'm not into my date I will offer to pay for half so as not to feel as if I owe him anything or upset him when I tell him I'm not into him.) rnrn

rnrnBlake - If my date wasn't into me, it would be all right, I would pay for the date, but if the woman offered to pay for her portion, it would be ok.rnrn

rnrnJake - I'd still pay for dinner even if I found out that she wasn't interested in me. I would be there to share myself and perhaps make a new friend out of it. Just because she doesn't consider me dating material doesn't mean we can't be friends. I have friends that were like that and we have a great friendship in the end. rnrn

rnrnPierre - I can always tell if the woman is into me - most men can if they are not clueless. I would still pay for everything and not feel owed. Rather I would feel relived I did not have to see this person again and be in an uncomfortable situation. Nothing worse than wasting time with someone who does not want to be there.rnrn

rnrnManuel - I prefer for her to pay for half the dinner.rnrn

rnrn Frank - If a girl I'm on a date with is definitely not interested in me, first I would hope she would be honest and forthright and eventually tell me this as soon as she knows that's how she feels, because a large part of why I asked her out to begin with was because I was hoping she might be interested in me as a guy she might like to date and want see more often. But if she's not ready to openly say that to me yet, then yes, it would be nice if she'd at least offer to 'go dutch' on the meal, so I wouldn't get the wrong idea and continue to believe she's more interested than she really is.rnrn

rnrn Steve - If I asked her out, I fully expect to pay for the date. If she were to offer, I would say thanks, but not accept. If she is not into me, then she is not into me.rnrn

rnrnShawn - NEVER crosses my mind for a instant. I insist on paying whether or not I asked her or she asked me out. That is the male's responsibility. HOWEVER I have been on dates where the female totally insisted on picking up the check - it was fine for a while (one was a birthday dinner in my honor), when I used to meet up with her on her lunch break for work. But after three or four times, I kind of felt inadequate, not able to pull my weight in the relationship and when I insisted on paying for both of us one day and she started doing a power trip on me because she made more money than me. I didn't see her much after that conversation. rnrn

If you're on a date and you're not interested in the person, will you stay to be nice or look for a way out? If so, what's usually your way out?

rnrn Tom - I will make the best of my date until the end of it. I've been hurt too many times, that way, myself.rnrn

rnrnGlen - Did she put some effort into the date or is she just half-assing it. If we're going to dinner or out somewhere, I'm going to shower, shave, put on nice clothes and cologne. I would want the same in return. Not like getting dressed to the 9's but at least put a little effort into it.rnrn

rnrnTodd - Usually I prefer to meet my dates out for drinks so as not to make the girl feel uncomfortable if she's not interested. Plus it takes the stress off of the first date and wondering whether or not you can sit through dinner with this person. So after a few drinks if she wants to continue the date, or me, I'll ask her if she wants to join me for dinner. This is her opportunity to say to say no or she needs to get home. Or my opportunity to end the date without seeming rude by saying it was nice meeting you, etc. rnrn

rnrnDennis - I have never left. I completed the date. Those were my only plans for the night so I might as well make the best of it otherwise go home and go to sleep.rnrn

rnrnBradley - Always stay, I would never ask someone out unless I wanted to get to know them better. Another rule in dating and business; never burn any bridges, everyone knows someone.rnrn

rnrnAnthony - I would stay out of courtesy, however I would be honest with them that it's not working out.rnrn

rnrnDevan - My way out is, "Rather than be pretentious, I'd suggest we move on and not waste each other's time. I think it's the respectful thing to do. At the same time, if you'd rather we chat and have a bite to eat to see how we can help one-another, I'd be happy to do so." - The reason for the latter is, you never know who you are sitting across from and who they know. Why not see if you each can add value to one-another?rnrn

rnrnBlake - If I was on a date, and I wasn't interested in her, I would stay so as not to hurt her fellings, then tell her I wasn't interested in dating her.rnrn

rnrnJake - I would never cut out on a date. I would finish the date and explain at the end, if not during, that I wasn't interested. I would let my date know what the reason was without offending. I might even find out that it was a mutual decision. Trying to find a way out of a date is a coward's way out. rnrn

rnrnPierre - I always stick it out because I got myself into it. I would, however, not call the person again.rnrn

rnrnManuel - I will stay. I'm already dressed up so may as well enjoy my time out.rnrn

rnrn Frank - If I'm on a date with someone and the interest is just not there, I will stick it out and at least finish the date. I wouldn't send her the wrong message by flirting with her or trying to kiss her at the end of the night, though.rnrn

rnrn Steve - If I am with someone and find out that there is no interest on my part, I would continue the date. Just because I am not into her doesn't mean she isn't a nice person. I would want to stay to not hurt her, but also it could turn out to be enjoyable for the event itself.rnrn

rnrnShawn - Yeah, to the best of my ability. One time, A blind date went horrific on me when she couldn't hold her liquor. When I stepped away from the bar to use the restroom, I came back to discover that she puked all over the bar. I had to drive her car to the nearest Denny's and get some food into her to help sober her up. I paid the check as soon as she passed out at the booth. Luckily my house was nearby a few blocks away, so I just skipped out on her right there and walked home. rnrn

What are you looking for on a first date? Are you looking for just sex or do you want to connect with someone? And what makes you want to connect with someone?

\r\n\r\n Tom - Secretly, aren't we looking for all of it? For the excitement of a great adventure? Keeping my expectations low, though, I hope to get along-even in moments of silence.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - In my early to mid 20's I just wanted to get laid. Now that I'm a little more grown up I'm looking for a connection. If I'm out with a woman and we're having an absolute blast together, I could care less about sex. I'd rather date one woman, find out everything that turns her on mentally and physically, and rock her world all the time than have first time sex with many women.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - If I just wanted sex I could easily buy an escort. I'm looking for a connection with a woman...good conversation...want her to stimulate my senses with her beauty and intelligence. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - I just want to connect. If the woman I am on a date with is what I am looking for physically as described earlier I am hoping to make the mental connection as well. If that happens then I definitely want that connection. No I am not looking for sex on the first date.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - On a first date, I just want to have a good time. Get to know someone on a deeper level then text messaging or phone conversation can attain. To see if there is a physical connection or desire, but more so to see if this is someone I want to go out with again. In San Francisco there are a million fun places to try, and I want to make sure the person I am out with is worth exploring all of the awesome opportunities.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - Like I said earlier I am always hoping for sex, however if I really am interested in a person for a long term companion I want to take my time. There has been a few exceptions where everything clicked with a person and there was electricity and we jumped right into bed. However those relationships seemed to burn out quickly. I really can't honestly say how I connect with someone it just seems when I meet them that everything falls into place.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - On a first date, I'm seeking chemistry. I want to connect first, before having sex. A connection makes sex all that more exhilerating.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - On a first date I am looking for a connection with the woman, not sex, also I look for beauty, and how comfortable I feel with the woman. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - I never look for sex on a first date. I want to connect with the woman. I'd like to connect over similar likes and tastes. Perhaps she can relate to different aspects of life. She might have experienced some of the same things growing up, whether it is from childhood or adult years. The main thing would be the ability to hold a conversation. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - Well first of all I am looking for someone attractive - not just nice but physically attractive. If sex happens that is fine but I am also interested in intelligence and an ability to abstract. Abstraction is important because then the person is interesting and able to move away from just the standard dating routine. If it is going to to be just another interview date then I am not interested. 'Where would you like to be in five years?' - ANSWER - 'Hopefully not dead'.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - I want a woman with whom there is harmony and similar interests. If she laughs at my jokes to say that we are on track.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Frank - On the first date I am really just interested in learning more about someone, their life, passions and interests to see if there is a mutual connection or 'spark'. If we seem to have nothing at all in common, or her values and the things that are most important to her are completely opposite mine, then I wouldn't be interested seeing her again, no matter how attractive she might be. So definitely, it's about finding common ground and discovering the things about her personality that really attract me.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - I am not looking for sex on a first date. The best thing that can happen to me on a first date is to find out that we enjoy talking with each other. We make each other laugh or smile. To me, being able to talk is much more important than getting laid. After the sex, what are you going to do? What makes me want to connect with a woman is if she takes an interest in me. Even if we do not make a connection, I feel that when you are out with someone, I always try to find common interests.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - I date just to be in a woman's company. Women are great conversationalists.\r\n\r\n

What's the first thing you notice about a woman on a date?

rnrn Tom - I focus on a woman's eyes, a lot, on a date.rnrn

rnrnGlen - Eye contact and getting involved in a conversation. If a woman shows interest in the conversation, even if you have different opinions, it's a turn on. I was raised that when you have a conversation with someone, you look them in the eye when they're talking to you to show you're paying attention. A 'that's what she said' joke never hurts either haha.rnrn

rnrnTodd - Her face. But I look at the entire package; hair, makeup, the way she dresses, the way she walks into a room, her confidence, her figure and I love it when a woman wears heels. rnrn

rnrnDennis - Her attitude. If she is a happy type of person or a complainer or someone that constantly talks about old relationships. I also take notice of her appearance. You can only make one first impression. If she looks messy on your first date it probably isn't going to get any better on later dates.rnrn

rnrnBradley - Style, smile, and then voice. rnrn

rnrnAnthony - What she's paying attention too. rnrn

rnrnDevan - The first thing I notice about a woman on a date is her authenticity.rnrn

rnrnBlake - Mostly her face, her eyes.rnrn

rnrnJake - The first thing I'd notice would be how they present themselves. It has nothing to do with looks or their station in life, it has more to do with how they want others to see them. You don't want to be out with someone who has no manners and is rude to everyone. A nice smile and sparkle in the eye is always something special. rnrn

rnrnPierre - I always notice her face and eyes. Her figure is also important and how she carries herself. Then the talk begins and generally all hell breaks loose. Many women behave like trannies - that is they behave like a caricature of a woman - that is a total turn off and makes me wish for a drunken night alone with my cats at home.rnrn

rnrnManuel - If you look like you're wearing makeup. I hate women who wear a lot of makeup so vulgar.rnrn

rnrnFrank - The first thing I notice about a woman on a date are her eyes and her smile. Both are very important to me, especially since we're going to be making so much eye contact talking to each other. Her clothes and sense of style are a close second, as I want a woman who enjoys dressing like a woman, not a tomboy.rnrn

rnrn Steve - If she is honestly interested in what I am saying. If she is just going through the motions, it doesn't take long to realize that. If she looks me in the eye when I am talking and when she is talking.rnrn

rnrnShawn - A pretty face and whether or not she has a great pair of legs.rnrn

What turns you off on a date?

\r\n\r\n Tom - A hairy body.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - Bad table manners, constant profanity, can't put her phone down, poor hygiene, paying attention to everything else.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - Bad hair/makeup...bad style, dressing slutty or a woman who looks uncomfortable with what she's wearing...hygiene...nails not clean...too much self-tanner...sloucher...a woman who can't walk in heels...a woman who sounds like a valley girl or talks young...too much perfume...rude to wait staff...puts cell phone down on table next to her...too much jewelry or braclets that make a bunch of noise...talks about ex-boyfriends...immediately talks about marriage and kids on the first date and how she has a 6 month plan when it comes to dating! Slow down this is our first date!\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - Woman who are conceited or only talk about material possessions. To me that means as long as you buy her things that's all she cares about. I have experienced that and she was happierto be with someone that just bought expensive gifts and showed no emotion rather than be in a relationship with someone that actually cared but could not provide gifts as expensive.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - Unreasonably late... or bad manners... or an annoying laugh (just being honest)\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - As crazy as this sounds someone who is trying too hard, I want it to flow natural.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - A woman that tries to impress me with her accomplishments or droning on about her current events, just to make her sound important. Save it for later, ladies. Use it sparingly.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - A woman that talks about her past relationships.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - Hygiene is definitely a turn off as is rudeness and ill manners. If a girl is obnoxious then she is nobody I would really want to be around for any period.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - Too much perfume, too much make up, too much pointless conversation, and too much complaining or talking about people I do not know. I am not interested in gossip, celebrities, or conversation that involve discussing someone else's thoughts.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - A stupid girl.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Frank - Turn offs for me on a date: She only wants to talk about herself and/or is a poor listener, talks excessively about previous/bad relationships, is constantly on her cell phone/texting, is an overly negative person.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - Rudeness. Being rude to me or a waiter if we are at a restaurant, being rude in general. Also, if she likes to swear, I don't care for that. And, as I have already mentioned, her not paying any attention to me.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - Rudeness, constant egotistic remarks about oneself, and having politics that are the opposite of yours (or she brings up the topic of politics). I went on a breakfast date with a girl I met on myspace one time and I left completely appalled at the political/racist junk she said at the table to me - it was so out in the range of outer space. \r\n

What turns you on about a woman?

\r\n\r\n Tom - Smooth Skin.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - Eye contact and getting involved in a conversation. If a woman shows interest in the conversation, even if you have different opinions, it's a turn on. I was raised that when you have a conversation with someone, you look them in the eye when they're talking to you to show you're paying attention. A 'that's what she said' joke never hurts either haha.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - Confidence...good posture...the way a woman walks into a room and turns heads in a good way...sex appeal...random naughty things she might say to tease me throughout the night...her natural beauty...smile...eyes...the way she dresses, sexy dress and heels....intellectual/stimulating conversation.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - Confidence and playfulness. Someone that knows that she is beautiful but doesn't need to tell everyone that she is. I enjoy a great sense of humor and laughing and having fun together is sexy.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - Smile, eyes, laugh, wearing that perfect outfit that teases you enough, but keeps your mind racing. Being able to keep up with witty conversation is a huge plus.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - Someone who is funny, attractive, can have a conversation on a variety of topics, not just their past failures and what was on Oprah.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - Her mind, her open-ness, her personality, her sensuality, sexuality, Spirit... I could go on for pages.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - How she looks, smells, and how she acts.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - The biggest turn on about a woman would have to be her mind. Her looks are a plus. If she is into tattoos and piercings. The same likes and adventurousness is great.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - Good looking - NEVER ugly - well groomed. Well spoken. Naturally sexy and not a tranny. That she has no close gay friends. That generally reduces the level of trannism and self absorption. Gay friends usually amplify the objectifying and caricature aping of a woman and make her unattractive physically and emotionally. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - Intelligence\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Frank - What doesn't turn me on about a woman?! Haha. Seriously, there are so many things that turn me on about a woman - her smile, the twinkle in her eyes, the sensuality of her neck/nape of her neck, her delicate ears, the softness of her breasts and hardness of her nipples, the taste, scent and feel of her vagina...essentially everything about her body! I appreciate a woman's femininity and everything that separates her from a man.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - Her eyes, her smile, her laugh. If a woman tries to make me feel important, as I try to make her feel important, that is a huge turn on for me. If she were to reach over and touch my hand or somehow make even a small amount of physical contact, that is wonderful.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - Legs. Legs that could go on for days.\r\n\r\n

If you like a girl what are ways you show it?

\r\n\r\n Tom - I smile a lot, and nerves tend to make it involuntary.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - If I'm really into a girl, I'll get pretty flirty with her and compliment her a lot. If I feel she's into me as well, I'll try to find ways to make the date last longer and longer. The sky is pretty much the limit if I like her.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - I want to spend time with her and take her out. If I don't like someone then I don't do these things. Surprise her with flowers, anything that puts a smile on her face. If it's our first date, then I'll try to make the date last longer. Plus I'll want to learn more about her so I'll want her to talk more. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - I like to leave little note or text to just say I miss you. Buy her flowers and have nice quiet romantic dinners at a restaurant or cook them at home for her. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - I will flat out tell a woman that I am interested, or I will plan another date, put my on the small of her back... or get up in the middle of dinner, walk on over and kiss her on the lips... letting her know I couldn't stop thinking about it, and I just had to get it out of the way.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - I pay her attention, If I am not interested I don't bother.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - I'll look her in the eye and tell her. If we have met on line, I've likely already told her. My smile and my level of interest usually tells her too.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - I take her out to dinner, and buy her gifts, and flowers, Red Roses.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - I will greet her with flowers, perhaps roses. I would always be around different places that the girl is. I wouldn't become a stalker, but I would show her that I am interested in her. Surprising her with gifts, just because.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - I don't. Never let them know you are interested - that is a sure sign of weakness. Women will take a sign of interest as a diminishing of manhood. I have learned this lesson too many times. The more kindness you show and the more interest you show the less inclined the woman is to respect you. The best catch is when they think they have caught you. Be pleasant and courteous but subdued with always a backup plan. As a man you always have to be ready to walk away. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - I say it in words ... it's difficult, but it is the right thing.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Frank - If I like a girl, I will definitely not be shy about talking with and flirting with her. If we've known each other for a while and I'm really trying to get her attention, I'll send her flowers, a small gift, or maybe a card with a personal message.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - I compliment her on what she is wearing or on something she may have said. Again, I would try to make her feel important, that all my attention will be on her and about her when we are together.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - Play something for her on a keyboard instrument - or autograph a comic book to her that I've written or published.\r\n\r\n


What's your idea of the perfect date outfit on a woman?

rnrn Tom - A modest skirt is nice. I hope my date would show off some of her legs.rnrn

rnrnGlen - That all depends on the date. Obviously if we're going to an amusement park or something a mini skirt and stilettos are not in order. Now if a woman wants to make me drool and turn into a puddle of goo, skin tight black pants that show off her ass with heels and a killer top will do just that. I'll lose it.rnrn

rnrnTodd - Sexy dress with heels. But not slutty. I've gone out with girls who've worn a napkin for a skirt. So embarrassing, as soon as she sat down I had to hand her a napkin to cover herself as you could see right up her dress. And I don't want a girl who's boobs are hanging out. I don't mind them being on display but there's a difference. rnrn

rnrnDennis - A nice dress that shows off her figure. Doesn't have to be super tight or really short, something classy and sexy. Obviously some nice heels. Nothing sexier than a woman in heels.rnrn

rnrnBradley - Appropriate for the venue. Sexy, but concealed... an outfit that shows enough skin, and curves, but doesn't give it all away at once. Lady in the street, but a freak in the bed... but a classy freak. haharnrn

rnrnAnthony - Depends on the date, if its casual, jeans, t-shirt, and a smile. If it's a nice date, you never go wrong with the little black dress.rnrn

rnrnDevan - Cleavage is my Kryptonite. That said, I will be as respectful as posssible and only look when she can't catch me. :) I also love heels and a woman that loves them. Besides, woman was made to be put on a pedistal. The higher the heel...rnrn

rnrnBlake - A perfect date outfit to me is a nice blouse, and skirt, or slacks, or a dress.rnrn

rnrnJake - It would depend on what we were doing for the date. For the most part, whatever she chooses to wear and is comfortable in I am good with. I would never be the kind of person to tell her what she should wear. Depending on what we were to do on the date, I might suggest pants instead of wearing a skirt or dress. In the end though it is her decision.rnrn

rnrnPierre - Stewardess in a sophisticated airport lounge. Well groomed with sharp hair. rnrn

rnrnManuel - Sexy but elegantrnrn

rnrn Frank - My idea of a perfect date outfit on a woman is something classy, but also maybe a bit revealing or 'teasing' - something that shows she's confident and not afraid to be sexy in public and show it off to her date and let the world know how lucky he is to be going out with her.rnrn

rnrn Steve - Since my perfect date would be the dinner on a beach dream date, I would like her to wear a nice dress. Something that would work for a dinner at night on a beach. But as a rule, I enjoy seeing a woman in a dress or skirt when we go out for the evening. Of course heels are always exciting to look at. If it is a casual date like a hockey game or just a day out, then pants would be fine. I would prefer something where I could see her legs, but pants are fine. rnrn

rnrnShawn - Anything that accentuates her thighs or butt. I NEVER ASK a girl to dress to the nines for me, because of most of the places that I would take a date is at a casual environment (like a private movie screening or a concert at the House of Blues)- but if it were a ritzy affair such as a private party- I would expect the date to dress up in a hot mini dress accompanied with a good pair of eye catching hosiery.rnrn

Can you tell a lot about a woman by the way she dresses on a date?

\r\n\r\nTom - I cannot say that I can tell much by what a woman wears on a date.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - If a woman shows up for a date in sweats and her hair a mess, yeah that says she doesn't care. On the other hand, if she's OVER dressed, that kind of says to me she could be desperate. I had a date a few weeks ago that came straight from the gym to dinner. Didn't shower, didn't change just showed up all sweaty. That was a big turn off for me. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - Definitely! If a woman wears a napkin for a dress and/or shows off her boobs, it doesn't say a lot about her confidence or sexuality. A confident woman who is sexual knows that the best way to tease a man is to show less. Plus it's classy. Ladies leave something to the imagination. I see too many girls dressing like sluts these days then wondering why men treat them like ones. To me those type of girls seek attention because they don't get it by dressing classy. But a truly beautiful woman knows that it's her face not her body that will really attract a man so she dresses sexy to compliment her body and to tease the man. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - If she shows up looking messy then she doesn't care about her appearance. If she is wearing something that all of her goods are showing then most likely I am getting laid. Like I said in the previous question classy and sexy is the best way to dress. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - I think so, sometimes you can tell if a woman is trying to impress you, or if she just knows she looks good, and that you will know the same... the latter is preferred. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - Sometimes, if she really likes you and wants to impress, there is a lot of skin and everything is coordinated from head to toe, If not. She's going through the motions.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - Not always. Sometimes a woman isn't as fashion conscious as others. Others know how to use their wardrobe as a communication too.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - Yes, if she dresses in jeans and a t-shirts, she doesn't care, if she dresses in business attire, then she is successful, and looking to meet someone to fall in love with.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - To a degree you can tell a lot. If she dresses to the nines, it tells you that she is someone who truly cares about their looks and how people perceive her. If she dresses shabby, it could mean that she just wants to dress down and comfortable, as she would to just kick around the house. If she looks unkempt, it says she just doesn't care.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - Not always - however, sure fire is uncoordinated clothing. I do not mind over dressed but nothing is worse then looking like you just threw something on. Might as well show up with pajama pants and a t-shirt.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - Well... if a woman is dressed in a vulgar, it is probably a vulgar person. The way you dress is the first form of communication\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nFrank - If a girl dresses too modestly or too casual on a first date I'm less likely to think she cares about her appearance or embracing her sexuality. That's not to say I think a girl should dress too revealing or like a 'hoochie', but when you're on a first date you're generally trying to increase someone's interest in and make a great impression, so I usually at least expect a cute dress, not jeans and T-shirt which says 'too tomboyish' to me.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - I would say if I were to ask her out for dinner at a nice restaurant and she showed up in shorts and running shoes, that would tell me a lot. I would like to think that if I am going to take her out for the evening, dinner or whatever, that she would take the effort to look good for me. I would make the effort to look good for her. If I am out with a woman, I would not want here to wear very revealing clothing that would cause other guys to drool over her. I want her to impress me, not the world. Yes, something very low cut can be exciting, but again, I would want her to be doing it for me, not anyone else.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - Not really. I assume if she's wearing a expensive dress or undergarments that's constantly bought at Fredricks of Hollywood or Victoria's Secrets that she's probably doing good financially.\r\n\r\n

Are there some women that you just date to fuck and others that you feel as if you can take home to mom or introduce them to your friends? If so, please explain how a woman ends up as just someone to fuck & how others end up as someone you can date long?

\r\n\r\n Tom - I've never had a 'fuck' buddy/date, so I always look for qualities of being a nice, and fair person.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - I grew up in a very structured, religious home. If I have to wonder and worry about what she would wear to meet my parents, then, no, she's just fun time dating material. If I knew for a fact that she knows the difference between 'dress to kill' clothes and 'meet the parents' clothes then she's a take home to parent's girl. Also, if she doesn't know when to keep the, 'I was so drunk' stories to herself, that's another deal breaker.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - Sure...what guy doesn't. If I meet a girl for a date and she's dressed slutty, I pretty much know she'll put out and sure enough she does. I'm a guy of course I'll have sex with her if I think she's hot but I don't want a relationship with this girl as she's not my type long-term just for one night. I want a woman I'm not embarrassed to be seen out with and can introduce to my friends and family.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - When I go out to bars I see the same women at the bar always talking to different guys and hanging on them. Those are the ones that you know you can fuck and just have a good time. Ultimately you don't really know a keeper from a fuck buddy until you actually talk to them and see what they are all about. I have met librarian looking girls that come off real nice then after a few drinks I have her bent over with her panties down within two hours of meeting her. I will still introduce my friends to the easy ones just not my family.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - Personally no. Obviously sex is constantly on the brain, but those lucky enough to fuck me are also good enough for me to take out on a night on the town. There shouldn't be a disconnect. Be proud of those you fuck, they are the lucky ones. haha\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - I think that comes down to communication, If there is chemistry but security then its just sex, but if you start off getting to know each other take your time theres security then chemistry steps in. Usually from my experience you establish from the beginning what type of relationship you are having, whether it's just sex or more.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - To me, if you can't fuck them, then you can't really do much else with them.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - I don't go on dates to get fucked, I am looking to meet someone to fall in love with, start a relationship with, and meet my mom and friends and relatives.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - On those rare occasions there are those that just don't want a relationship, just want a fuck buddy to relieve stress and tension. It just becomes a no strings attached relationship. The ones you want to show off are the ones who look for a relationship. They want something more meaningful in their life and want to share it with you. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - Well porno stars you would always want to fuck - but any porno star that I would fuck I would also introduce to family and friends. If you have no self respect than 'someone to fuck' would make a fine date - however - I find it difficult to have sex with someone I am not attracted to and have little in common with. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - If a woman is intelligent, ironic, beautiful style, then it is the right one for a serious relationship. If she's stupid, the only thing to do is sex.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Frank - I generally don't ask anyone out who I couldn't see myself possibly being in a relationship with. I'm fairly picky in that respect, but at the same time, it keeps me from ever asking girls out who I might only be sexually attracted to but who I know I wouldn't want to date. So if I am asking you out, you're already someone I'd feel comfortable introducing to friends and family.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - When I was 20, I was only looking for sex. Now, I find myself looking for someone that I could take home to my parents (if they were still alive), because I would like more than just sex with someone. I want someone that I can talk to, see a film and talk about it later with; spend a day at the zoo with. Someone that would like to (and I know this sounds weird) hold hands on the beach with. Share a glass of wine and soft music with. I wouldn't do that with a fuck partner. If I did just have a fuck partner, it would be with the understanding that both of us are just into that for what it is. We can call each other and just hook up.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - No. Never really factors into the equation. Friendship and compatibility are the most contributing traits I try to empathize - BUT there have been times when a woman has been persistent in jumping my bones. There was a date I took to a concert to some three years ago, and she was very disappointed that I didn't want to sleep with her, but rather thought me odd that all I wanted to was convert her into becoming a fan of the band I took her to see and not see the other ticket wasted (besides she had four daughters- one already in her twenties, and that wasn't gelling with me). The day after our date, she got mad that I didn't return her call and immediately deleted me from myspace. If I need someone simply to fuck, I just go over to the Erotic Review and find someone to distinctively fulfill that purpose.\r\n\r\n

How do you feel about fake boobs compared to natural ones? Which do you prefer and why?

\r\n\r\nTom - I like natural breasts. I have never been a chest man, anyway. Legs, please.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nGlen - Honestly, it makes no difference to me. If you want new boobs, get them. If you have nice, natural boobs, count your blessings and enjoy them. My take on fake/natural boobs is this; if I can squeeze them, that's real enough for me.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTodd - I hate fake boobs! I won't date a girl who has fake boobs, no matter how hot she is. I've fucked girls with fake boobs before but they were horrible. They feel horrible, I don't care how "natural" they say they feel. They're not natural feeling at all. ANd most boob jobs look bad, there's a 1% of boob jobs that look okay but they are still fake. Plus I want a woman who is confident enough in herself not to want a boob job. If a girl is beautiful and comfortable with herself she won't seek a boob job because she knows it's not the boobs that attract a man. If it is then he's only after your boobs. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDennis - I don't have a preference. I just like them firm. Real boobs are great but the sag if they are too big. Fake boobs are nice as long as they are done right. If she is on her back and they slide to her arm pits then she had a bad boob job. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBradley - I don't necessarily dislike fake boobs, but smaller real boobs, trump huge fake tits any day. I honestly just wanted a woman to feel confident. The sexier she feels about her body, the more open and confident she will be with me, and honestly; the more I will like her body too. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnthony - I don't discount fake boobs, but It depends on the reason, if it's because of insecurity or they're trying to be a model, I am not a big fan. If it's because of medical reasons; breast cancer, accident or deformity, then I am all for them. I rarely like fake boobs, they look fake. I have seen a few that looked natural but they are rare. But in the big picture, it's how I get along with someone that really makes me decide.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nDevan - Natural is always preferred. That said, some women get an amazing boost of self-confidence with fake boobs, so I'm not against it, if it's well done. That said, most fake boob jobs are not that great. Then again, Cleavage is My Kryptonite.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBlake - I prefer natural breasts because they are natural.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nJake - Boobs in general are just great. I tend to favor the natural ones because they have total sensitivity and if you enjoy getting slapped in the face with a boob, the natural ones will do that. The fakes tend to be firmer with less movement. When squeezing a handful of boob, that is what you want to feel. You don't want it to be like squeezing a rubber ball.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nPierre - I prefer real but fake is not bad especially if it is well done. For some women fake works. Size of breasts is not a big deal. I am interested in the IT factor - sexiness of the woman. But fake boobs can always equal fake person.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nManuel - I prefer natural boobs. Fake boobs are a sign of lack of character. Strong women accept their faults.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nFrank - When I was younger (in my teens and early 20s) I used to be totally against breast implants. I thought most of them looked too fake and 'globe-like' and appreciated the look of natural breasts much more. But honestly, now that I'm older and have been with girls with both natural and fake breasts, it really doesn't make much difference to me now. I still slightly prefer great-looking natural breasts, but I've also seen some boob jobs that look and feel natural enough, so they wouldn't bother me at all. As long as the person I'm with is happy with their boobs, that's all that really matters to me.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n Steve - Natural are always the best. I would much prefer small natural breasts to large fake ones. For some reason, breasts with implants never look right to me. I enjoy seeing the natural 'hang' (for lack of a better word) than what I see with implants. Plus there is a more wonderful softness that comes with natural breasts. I understand why women want to get implants and that's fine. I would never turn down a date or evening with someone who had obvious implants, but my preference is and allways will be natural.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nShawn - Not a boob guy at all. I'm into pretty faces, fantastic thighs and magnificent tasting vaginas. I used to date my next door neighbor, who was a porn actress (a crazy neurotic one at best) and she had fake ones - but they never really fazed me all that much. My center of gravity is in between her thighs. Fake boobs sometimes add up to unnecessary egotism and power plays.\r\n \r\n

When you're on a first date with a woman, you like, how many times are you thinking about sex? Are you thinking what she looks like naked, what her boobs look like under her top, etc?

rnrnTom - I think it would be a huge lie to say that sex is absent from the brain. I tend to wonder about her feminine grooming. Call me metro, but I worry about myself, too.rnrn

rnrnGlen - It's usually when she's not there, like when she gets up to go to the bathroom, or when we get up to go somewhere else. During dinner I try to focus on the conversation and be there in the moment instead of wandering off to the gutter. I mean don't get me wrong, if we're at the lake or something and she's wearing a skimpy bikini, yeah my mind will wander.rnrn

rnrnTodd - Usually I think about sex with her before our date...but I think about it as soon as she walks into the door. I'm already undressing her with my eyes. But I'm a gentleman, I'm not sitting there with my mouth open just thinking it. As we're talking throughout the date there are things she might do that might get me thinking of sex with her or her body naked. Maybe her lips are very sexy so I might think about kissing them or how they would feel on my cock. Hey, I'm a guy! Women are so sexy, can't help it!rnrn

rnrnDennis - If I am physically attracted to her then I am definitely thinking about having sex with her. How many times can vary depending on the flow and direction of the conversation. If I am thinking about sex than yes I am picturing her naked in many different positions. rnrn

rnrnBradley - I think it depends, when you first meet a woman you are thinking about initial sexual attraction and then after that I think it depends. If the conversation isn't about sex than I am probably not think about it. If I really like the woman then I am more concerned with what she is saying. That being said if she gets up to leave to the bathroom I will for sure be checking out her body. As the evening goes on, and if its going well, the more often sex will come into play. If she is wearing something low cut, I will be thinking about her tits for sure, and what they might feel like, or how much fun it would be to have her bra lying on my apartment floor.rnrn

rnrnAnthony - Multiple times and I think you explained it in the question.rnrn

rnrnDevan - I think of sex while on a date most of the time, if I'm into her. I'm mostly thinking about what she tastes like.rnrn

rnrnBlake - When on a date, it depends on the woman, and how she looks, I do think about what she looks like nude, I wonder how soft and subtle her breasts are, and how sweet her pussy tastes as I am sticking my tongue deep inside her pussy, but I try not to think about sex while we are together, but when I go home, then I think about all that.rnrn

rnrnJake - I am one who constantly thinks about sex 24 hrs. a day. I am always thinking about what the woman would look like naked. Mentally I slowly undress her, think of what would be next. I often wonder how sex would be with her, different positions, sharing each other. Even during a talk, you can get a feel on how sex would be with her. She might even offer ideas and allow the subject to drift in that direction.rnrn

rnrnPierre - If I am interested in the woman then I get into the conversation but generally do not think specifically about sex. I can get aroused but that is by the energy that the women puts out - not so much from my imagination.rnrn

rnrnManuel - Depends on how the girl is dressed. However, I often look at the breasts of the girl. I love boobs!rnrn

rnrnFrank - When I'm on a first date, I really am doing my best to be a good and active listener and responsive to all the things we're talking about, so I can honestly say I'm not thinking about sex ALL the time, haha. But sure, as the evening goes on, I am definitely checking her out, admiring her breasts and the things I like about her body and wondering what she might look like completely naked. But usually I'm too busy just letting the date play its course naturally that I'm not thinking too much about having sex unless we're both being very flirty and the likelihood that we might sleep together increases.rnrn

rnrn Steve - In all honesty, since I am a guy, the thought would cross my mind, but I quickly put that toward the back of my mind and just enjoy the actual moment that we are in. Perhaps after I get home, I would let my mind wander to what she looked like nude or what we could do in bed, but not on the date. Maybe that makes me weird or something, but that's just the way I am.rnrn

rnrnShawn - It depends on how short of a skirt she's wearing- IT will cross my mind to imagine what it will be like- but I'll try to block it out and to remind myself that to behave like a gentlemen and that the companion who accepted my offer to accompany is helping me out by not having me go alone to a movie or a concert in the first place. That why's I always tell a girl to dress down - so I can have a even balance on concentrating my mind on the movie or concert that I'm paying money to see, but on the same token to look to her as person and not as some piece of eye candy or a lustful object on my arm and perhaps we have a insightful discussion on the experience we both shared afterwards.rnrn


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