Yup, he is all that
October 12, 2007 7:47pm CST
A while back I had wondered if there were any men out there that could trip my trigger. I thought to myself that I hadn't encountered one single male that wasn't a celebrity who made me do a double take in quite a long time. Now in my youth I was checking out the guys and found many of them to be good looking. Could it be that now that I am older they are fewer and farther between? Well, about a month ago I was walking through the hallway of the building of one of my clients. There was this gorgeous man heading in the opposite direction. He smiled and said hello in passing and so did I in return. Wow! What a cutie he was. He had a head of curly brown locks and big brown eyes and a smile that would melt an iceberg. On Thursday he appeared again. He opened the door for me and my co-worker. He smiled that great smile at us. Wow. When my co-worker and I got into the elevator she said that he was quite good looking. I told her that I agreed. He is all that.
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13 Oct 07
he he...your words remind me of myself and how different people can be...when being at school or even at universities my friends used to get mad at me because I could not talk about any handsome guy..The fact is that I simply didn't notice it, didn't pay any attention and hardly raised my eyes at another man or woman face!!! I was so shy that I felt embarassed when looking somebody directly into the eyes..However, even now that I am less shy and more self confident I didn't lose my past habit of not looking around..so if somebody good looking is around, I am sure the one who doesn't notice it!!! so I deprive myself of one of those little innocent pleasures!!! I am such a stupid girl!!!!
13 Oct 07
Hi Elusive and I must agree with you, the older we get the lesser good looking guys we see around, kind of strange. But it might also be that I have never fallen for boys, even when i was a teen I was always attracted to mature man. Happened only once several years ago that I got infatuated with a boy, and he was 19 or so while I was 36...oh well, I never had anything with him but in my dreams would have :) TheFortunes
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13 Oct 07
That just goes to show, Elusive, that growing older does not mean you have to lose the ability to appreciate a good looking man, lol. There are lots of them out there. Movie stars don't corner the market on good looks, in fact, there are some whose looks don't appeal to me at all. I don't think you ever stop enjoying the sight of an attractive man. My eyes aren't nearly as sharp as they used to be, but I can still recognize a prme specimen when I see one. Sometimes I wish I could go back 20 years.(: