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    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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