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What Do You Want in a Man?

Romance | Maturity | Lifestyle | Looks

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You don’t need a doting guy in order to feel satisfied. In fact, although you might prefer a guy who’ll occasionally pamper you with gifts or affection, you don’t need your ideal man to be a true romantic. (Two famous men who might fit your romance profile are Mark Wahlberg and Jack Nicholson.) Heck, you might even find sappy or romantic acts cheesy rather than desirable. Or perhaps you look at men with a realistic eye and recognize that the passionate, expressive qualities many women crave are rarely found outside the movies. Whether you’re romantic or not, your open-minded, practical outlook will significantly increase your chances of meeting Mr. Right!

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There’s no denying that men are like fine wine — they definitely get better with age. It’s not hard to understand why, when you consider all the benefits of getting older, which is why you like your guys a bit older and more mature. Suave and sophisticated, a mature-yet-fun man — like Regis Philbin or Kelsey Grammer’s “Frasier” character — would be more likely to settle down into a real relationship and make a lasting commitment. On the other hand, your answers show that you don’t go for stiffs who can’t crack a joke. What’s the point if there’s no spontaneity, right? It sounds like you go for guys with experience and a sense of humor that’s dry as a fine Chablis, but with a hint of spice.

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Love doesn’t come cheap, but it doesn’t have to be all that expensive, either. It sounds like you’re not very concerned about your ideal man’s financial situation. Of course, we all dream of living well, but it’s a mistake to mix your expectations of love with your hopes for a first-class lifestyle. Based on your answers, it seems like money isn’t a real romantic concern for you. On the airplane of love, you’re just as happy traveling coach as first class. (Two TV guys who live up to your financial expectations — or lack thereof — are Chandler and Ross from “Friends.”) Being detached from materialist concerns is a healthy, realistic attitude and should help make you happy. It means that when Mr. Right crosses your path, you’ll be sure to recognize him and not worry about the size of his wallet.

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You may not judge a book entirely by its cover, but you definitely like the cute ones. (Who doesn’t?!) You might consider someone who’s a little less than gorgeous, but you generally tend to seek out very handsome men who can really turn heads. Matt Damon? Noah Wyle? Right up your alley. But if need be, you’re willing to place personality and chemistry before a pretty face and a hot body. Nevertheless, your answers reveal that you take pride in your man’s appearance and get a thrill out of watching others gawk at him. You’re impressed by looks, and you definitely set your standards high when it comes to physical appearance. Still, you also realize that beauty may be only skin deep and that an average-looking guy with tons of charm might be your perfect match in every other way!


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