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    Please see the new Men's Sexuality exchange. It is suggested that this exchange be geared to men's health issues.
    What Do You Look For As An Attraction In Someone.
    jason1022 posted:
    Sorry about that last thread. I had a typo.

    I like a person's walk. I'll start. My wife's walk caught my attention. She has always had a walk out of this world. Her demanded my attention. And, she's had my attention for 16 years I've been married to her for 12, and loving it.
    The_Thinker responded:
    Her brain.
    An_206162 responded:
    Her breast
    An_206163 replied to An_206162's response:
    More of a bottom man.
    The_Thinker replied to An_206163's response:
    green eyes
    An_206164 replied to The_Thinker's response:
    Nice smile and smiles often.
    Airgutter87 responded:
    Smarts and laugh.. and she's into games.
    An_206165 replied to Airgutter87's response:
    What games?

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