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« on: February 08, 2012, 11:09:19 PM »

  /xo.......please share!!??

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« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2012, 12:12:12 AM »

Heartily endorsed and encouraged.

Trying to be all things to all women without their input but their judgment  - considering the months and months of indecision before emailing (so I read recently) can make cul de sacs seem like highways.

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« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2012, 11:35:14 AM »

Of course, this is going to be somewhat different for each woman, but I'll jump in with mine.

1) Attractiveness. Looks do, of course, play a role in this, but it also includes the personality traits that come out through correspondence and on his website. A very good-looking man can quickly turn ugly in my opinion if certain traits, especially arrogance, show up.

2) Sensitivity.

3) Ability to carry on an intelligent conversation.

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« Reply #3 on: February 10, 2012, 06:26:38 PM »

I gave this question a lot of thought. I hope it helps. (Sorry, I couldn't quite limit myself to three. I can count, really!)
I made a few assumptions, such as physically attractive, and with the caveat that no one is free of flaws and quirks. I, personally seek out others  who are, indeed, quirky,  /clap2 as they are generally fun to be around.

Integrity
Coming from the Latin word integritas, meaning "whole" or "intact". It encompasses all the traits that make a truly "good" person, such as honesty, discretion, straight and morally upright, (and who isn't looking for straight and upright in a companion).

Intelligence with common  sense
My personal belief is that common sense, social intelligence  and "street smarts" are pretty much the same. Social skills, or relating to others, are abilities required to use common sense, which dictates what or what  not to do or say in every day settings

Humor
I adore laughter. I love it when others laugh with me, point  out the ridiculous, and are willing to laugh at themselves. Laughter can be an intriguing  aphrodisiac.

Versatile
  I liked the definitions I found in The Free Online Dictionary, which Synonyms from Answers.com concur:
  • Capable of doing many things competently (yeah, baby!)
  • Having varied uses or serving many functions ('nuff  said)
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« Reply #4 on: February 14, 2012, 04:13:42 AM »

(1)  A man who is articulate will do it for me every time.  And I would only consider a companion who is willing to spend some time exchanging emails with me, first.  (Perhaps that is unfair of me, but I am interested spending time with a man not a piece of meat.)

(2)  A guy who is a gentleman which to my mind does not preclude teasing or even explicit conversation.  With the right guy, I enjoy certain types of earthy conversation, but only if he has demonstrated that he can and will treat me with respect.  (I was told today that women frequently dont tell a male companion anything about their sexual likes and dislikes.  Personally Id rather be upfront and find out if he and I could potentially be compatible.)  However, if a companion used offensive language or made really sexually explicit comments to me the first couple of times we chatted [via email or PM] hed never hear from me again.  I guess the keyword is subtlety; if he cant seduce me with words, he wont be able to in person, no matter what he looks like

(3)  Genuine caring and / or a great sense of humour.  If he can offer me TLC and / or make me laugh, Ill keep coming back as often as circumstances allow.  Its incredibly endearing to me to share a private joke or phrase with a gentleman.  I know ultimately its a business transaction, but its nice to feel some human connection with a companion.  (I hope that makes sense because I cant explain it better without giving a real-life example and Im not prepared to do that.) 
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« Reply #5 on: February 14, 2012, 09:03:20 AM »

I gave this question a lot of thought. I hope it helps. (Sorry, I couldn't quite limit myself to three. I can count, really!)
I made a few assumptions, such as physically attractive, and with the caveat that no one is free of flaws and quirks. I, personally seek out others  who are, indeed, quirky,  /clap2 as they are generally fun to be around.

Integrity
Coming from the Latin word integritas, meaning "whole" or "intact". It encompasses all the traits that make a truly "good" person, such as honesty, discretion, straight and morally upright, (and who isn't looking for straight and upright in a companion).

Intelligence with common  sense
My personal belief is that common sense, social intelligence  and "street smarts" are pretty much the same. Social skills, or relating to others, are abilities required to use common sense, which dictates what or what  not to do or say in every day settings

Humor
I adore laughter. I love it when others laugh with me, point  out the ridiculous, and are willing to laugh at themselves. Laughter can be an intriguing  aphrodisiac.

Versatile
  I liked the definitions I found in The Free Online Dictionary, which Synonyms from Answers.com concur:
  • Capable of doing many things competently (yeah, baby!)
  • Having varied uses or serving many functions ('nuff  said)



Ditto  :)

I couldn't have said it any better myself. You took the words right out of my mouth.
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« Reply #6 on: February 14, 2012, 11:25:19 AM »


Ditto  :)

I couldn't have said it any better myself. You took the words right out of my mouth.
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« Reply #7 on: February 17, 2012, 09:01:16 PM »


   Hello ladies and everyone else   :)

        Happy late valentines to all of you wonderful women! I am celebrating Mardi Gras from the balcony of my home in New Orleans, and wishing this discussion was taking place in person over cocktails and the sound of marching bands. /drink

      I will start off by saying WOW, I appreciate all the responses to this topic. The depth, time, and effort you ladies have put into the insight of an intriguing mind a woman possesses would be valuable to any man looking to fulfill his date.

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« Reply #8 on: December 08, 2013, 04:17:15 PM »

I'm curious to how our present members will respond to this question.  /cheerleader
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« Reply #9 on: December 08, 2013, 10:22:29 PM »

Strength of Character

Joie de vivre with laughter

Engage me with words or actions
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« Reply #10 on: December 15, 2013, 01:30:24 PM »

I guess the keyword is subtlety; if he cant seduce me with words, he wont be able to in person, no matter what he looks like

I love that you said this, Tasha! I did a lot of research before I even thought about building a website and It's kind of sad how so many meat-heads have no tools in the toolbox for subtlety.

I will add one more trait that I believe women seek in men in general. I think women love a man who can be completely genuine. And they can spot someone who isn't a mile off.
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« Reply #11 on: January 28, 2014, 04:34:07 PM »

Attention to Entire Experience (not just sex)

I have not yet had the pleasure of enjoying a companion, though I have been interested for some time.  I have been very turned off by companions that essentially just list their sexual do's and don'ts, or a list of physical traits.  It makes me feel like I am at a meat market.  I want to spend time with a person, a whole person, and that means I require some clothed time.  I want a companion who can put thought into the entire evening.

Genuine Communication

I want to feel like I know a man well enough before meeting.  Any encounter is made better when there is a buildup of flirtation and discussion.  I value open communication, and would require it in a companion.  The communication ties into the attention to entire experience. 

A Dominant Personality

I spent some time deciding on my wording, and I think I will leave it at that.  If my first two criteria are met, the presence of this can quickly be known.  :)



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« Reply #12 on: January 29, 2014, 01:49:47 PM »

A Dominant Personality

I spent some time deciding on my wording, and I think I will leave it at that.  If my first two criteria are met, the presence of this can quickly be known.  :)


Despite your discretion about this concept, whiteroses, I'd be curious to hear you develop about what a "dominant personality" is. I still have trouble knowing if I fit the description.
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« Reply #13 on: January 29, 2014, 03:05:36 PM »

A Dominant Personality

I spent some time deciding on my wording, and I think I will leave it at that.  If my first two criteria are met, the presence of this can quickly be known.  :)




Despite your discretion about this concept, whiteroses, I'd be curious to hear you develop about what a "dominant personality" is. I still have trouble knowing if I fit the description.

I would say this one is  specific to me, but I like having a gentleman in charge every once in a while. From the beginning of, say, dinner, and wherever dinner might lead.
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« Reply #14 on: January 29, 2014, 08:54:27 PM »

@whiterose: Communication, etc

The ability to take time to communicate leisurely before a date takes an investment in time, which you rightfully points out builds anticipation along with a comfort level. For anyone looking for a longer date - not just a quick encounter - I can't imagine not having a fair amount of communication before hand.

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