People Share The Quirky Things They Find Attractive in Others

People Share The Quirky Things They Find Attractive in Others
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Updated 11 months ago


We're all attracted to different things, weird things, quirky things.

Sometimes these things really help define what we want out of a partner! 

QUIRK (1/10)

Women who look like they hate me. Like, obviously I don't want them to actually hate me, but resting bitch face just does it for me.


QUIRK (2/10)

Bags under a girl's eyes. I had a huge crush on Brittany Murphy because of that. And my girlfriend kinda looks like a raccoon because of her eye bags, which I find adorable.


QUIRK (3/10)

I really like tummies of all shapes and sizes. Some men are boob men or ass men but I'm a tummy woman. I'm not particularly fond of bellybuttons or anything (I know that's a fairly common kink), I just find that area very pleasing to the eye. I especially like the little waist-creases chubby girls often have on their sides.


QUIRK (4/10)

Scarred or pockmarked faces. Maybe it has to do with making the person look more weathered or rugged, or something. It's one of the reasons I really liked Jared Harris as Lane Pryce in Mad Men.


QUIRK (5/10)

Mechanical things and girls.

A 7/10 girl would be an 8/10 with a nice car

9/10 with a motorcycle

8/10 with a gun

10/10 with an airplane


QUIRK (6/10)

When a girl has her hair up and one little bit of hair is hanging down into her face, like it's fallen from behind her ear.

It has to be natural though; a chav fashion in the UK 00s was to gel this hair strand on both sides.


QUIRK (7/10)

Complete dependence. Like they need me to do basic things around the house. Ask me to put a picture up on the wall, it's like talking dirty to me..


QUIRK (8/10)

Hairy bodies. I love women with hair. Hairy vaginas are a definite plus, as are sideburns and bangs. I don't mind hairy legs, arms or armpits either.


QUIRK (10/10)

Grunginess. Not in terms of hygiene, but in terms of personal style. I've been with guys who are the opposite and I quite frankly can't keep up with it. I'm not a very trendy dresser and it makes me feel weird standing next to someone who makes sure every inch of him looks good. God bless my ripped jeans-wearing, shaves-when-he-fucking-feels-like-it boyfriend.


 H/T: Ask Reddit