Title: Traits about the better sex...
DaWF - June 13, 2005 02:58 PM (GMT)
What are some traits about the opposite (or same) sex that really appeals to you. (I can't believe after all my homosexual rights banter I almost for got the same part ^__^ Someone hit me with a plunger)
But yeah..you can be uncreative and say 'They eyes..*sigh*' or be really cool and...don't say their eyes... yeah, but I'm bored and I figured we could learn more about eachother this way. yay!
Myself, I'm not big on the 'Oh she's so hot!' thing, but musical talent is really cool. Lack of cockiness mixed in with someone funny and cool and we call it the Alexv likes margarita...only I don't drink, so we'll call it Coke with a lime twist instead.
See? Points if you make me laugh, because I feel like laughing and I'll be damned if you all take that away from me. *brandishes fudge*
Virtue - June 21, 2005 10:19 PM (GMT)
Everyone's different so my bf would be cockiness, funny, and he thinks he's always right.
Alicia - June 21, 2005 10:52 PM (GMT)
Well... I have no idea. I haven't really found any boys that I really like yet. They're all quite stupid right now, I'm sorry to say. (I'm twelve, just FYI. I'm not against guys in general or anything, just twelve year old ones all seem to be totally immature and that).
I guess I'd have to be able to relate to him, he couldn't be cruel to anyone or anything... No intentionally hurting other people especially. He'd be very open minded, I don't particularly care if he shares my views as long as he isn't completely and utterly closed to different ones. Preferably poetic, almost certainly musical, and easygoing. I like easygoing people because I am not one, really, and it's quite relaxing to be around them. Being funny is very nice too. Almost essential to me liking them but not mean-funny. Sarcasm is okay to a certant extent but I much prefer witty observations or something. Something nice. Nice is good... With a mix of all these qualities he totally becomes adorable to me whatever he may look like. ^_^
I hope I haven't bored you all. Cheers.
Crimson King - June 21, 2005 11:00 PM (GMT)
Alicia, you hit the nail on the head with 12 year old boys. The sad thing is, a lot of them never change. In retrospect, I was a little like that, though more sensible and mature than others.
I would like to find someone with intelligence (it is in short supply at my school), someone who knows what they're talking about most of the time and knows when they don't. Funny is good, similar interests, all the obvious stuff. It would be good to find a person who has substance underneath the surface, instead of just being vain and caring about looking good. I don't like shallowness. Also, and this is rarer, somebody with more than just a social life. Many teenage girls have only that as their main...thing. It's sad because when they leave high school, they never see most of their "group" again and don't have anything that they've built up.
Wraith - June 22, 2005 05:31 AM (GMT)
I drum it into everyone I meet that I'm asexual and have never felt 'those' feelings for anyone in my life... nor ever will.
That's a lie. If I happen to find, I happen to find.
Lets see... Sex doesn't make much difference to me (gender sex, not... you know) I'd like equality, so that both could support the other when they needed to be, independance; independant thought especially, I'd like to be able to hold up a desent conversation with them about something that matters and about personal things as well. They'd have concern for their education and their future and know when to be serious or joke around. Oh, and they'd know thing's I don't an vice versa so we can teach and learn (but in a way that sounds less corny) and they'd respect other people's views/tastes...
Ugh, I don't think that's too bad for someone who's never admited to having feelings before...
JustifiedCandy - June 22, 2005 03:29 PM (GMT)
The best trait about the opposite sex is being able to have an intelligent conversation with them. I have no respect for people that are shallow and unaware of anything going on around them except what they're wearing and which stores are having sales this weekend
DaWF - June 26, 2005 04:11 PM (GMT)
Alicia - June 26, 2005 10:37 PM (GMT)
It really does suck when someone snaps your bra strap...
DaWF - June 27, 2005 03:32 AM (GMT)
Crimson King - June 27, 2005 09:30 PM (GMT)
Luckily, I wouldn't know.
DaWF - June 27, 2005 10:51 PM (GMT)
I don't ask to be judged :rolleyes:
Ara - June 30, 2005 07:59 PM (GMT)
Somebody who has a conscious would be nice. That might be setting the standard a little high, though, for this time and place. But, hey, I can't date til I'm sixteen and am enjoying it while it lasts. Oh, and no guys without a conscious have ever dared to go near me, considering the cold shoulder to guys I seem to emanate.
Child - July 1, 2005 05:06 AM (GMT)
Yea. You're asking too much. You'll find its usually forfeited very early in the game.
At the moment I would have to say consistency.
Consistently good. Consistently bad. Makes no difference.
Girls are so fucking moody/illogical. You'd think I have an advantage understanding them, being one and all. But no.
But that's probably just the events of late colouring me. Otherwise I would've said something like 'their curves' or 'their skin' or ‘that way they can make absolutely anything sexy’ or ‘their ability to trick you into running away with them’. Take care of them.
Have and hold and all that bull.
Crimson King - July 1, 2005 08:57 PM (GMT)
Just so all of you know, it's conscience, not conscious.
(Though there are plenty at my school who are questionably conscious as well.)
Child - July 2, 2005 01:38 PM (GMT)