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A Womans Ideal Partner As a young girl it is imagined that as a woman the ideal man would come and sweep you off your feet Women imagine this because it is a wonderful image to picture As a woman begins to grow so do the criteria of what is desired in a man Women envision there significant other to be as close to perfection as possible This ideal person is considered in the beholders eyes as a person to spend an eternity with When envisioning the ideal person there are many characteristics I imagine some physical and others consist of the personality While imagining this significant other I would begin from top to bottom beginning with the eyes These eyes should be deep and dark When looking into someones eyes you can tell what experiences they have been through Looking into a pair of dark eyes can be one of the most mesmerizing experiences Long eyes lashes are a beautiful feature on a man It provides the eyes with definition and character A desirable complexion would be brown like caramel Skin this color is beautiful to look at it is also attractive when a man has smooth skin A mans face is what is touched quite often so it is pleasing to touch skin that is gentle Full luscious lips are eye-catching Lips are the most intimate part of a mans body It is the tool that is used in demonstrating affection to the one they love A great smile can be a feature that turns the saddest day into the best It is pleasant to look at a beautiful smile especially when you are not at your best An ideal partner of mine would have the power to change my entire mood with just one smile This person would have over a hundred different types of smiles some that can make you smile and cry just like that When
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