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By definition a hottie is not in the dictionary therefore we shall define hot and take hottie to be the noun form Hot is an adjective meaning having or marked by great heat higher in temperature than normal highly spiced characterized by warmth of emotion and arousing excitement and attention So what determines the difference between the indefinite meaning of a hottie and the possessive meaning of a hottie Lets think have you ever walked past a girl and felt your head turn thinking Damn shes hot Well obviously we do the same for guys Usually a guy who is hot turns our heads for a second and that one second only On some occasions a guy displays such hotness that he is later chosen as a conversation piece Recall from Chapter 1 that saying or thinking that a guy is hot leaves no strings attached We have no ultimate need for this male he is merely a nice object to look at This is what we define as the indefinite meaning of the word hottie Proper use in a sentence includes Oh my gosh did you catch Paul Walker in his latest flick He sure is a hottie Please note usage of the article a Now progressing onto the more personal meaning of the word the possessive meaning of hottie When does a boy become not just a hottie or the hottie but my hottie or her hottie Lets consider a few factors On an estimated 997 of females checklists for what they look for in a male counterpart there are five major sections Part I covers appearance This is obviously physical appearance which includes eyes hair body face little blonde arm hairs etc This section also covers factors such as neatness wellness of grooming clothing and style personal hygiene facial hair and posture You get the point Section II is similar but consists of what is grouped
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