What is your perception of dream guy/ gal?
March 10, 2010 5:13am CST
Well I believe for many girls their idea of a dream guy is sometimes very much influenced by the childhood fairytales they have read and somehow have already in their hearts conjured the image of how their dream guy should be. Perhaps mirroring the Prince Charming in many aspects, tall and handsome with a heart of gold? Fairy tales may be totally fictional but somehow that image of the Prince Charming is still hard to fade off and unconsciously becomes the benchmark for many gals when looking for their dream guys =) Realistic or not? Well sometimes when matters of the heart are concerned, the heart does rule the mind more =)
10 Mar 10
Well my dream guy should be handsum and charming who gives me lots of love and happiness never ever hurt me always respect me and each and every kind of responsibilities he just fulfilled this is the kind of dream guy i'm waiting for my dear friend.
12 Mar 10
Well,since l'm already an adult,I understand that to find a dream boy like in fairytales is not realistic,so my dream guy is not that much influenced by the childhood fairytales anymore!I only want my dream guy to be:sincere,truthful,caring...:)
11 Mar 10
My perception of a dream guy is someone handsome of course, intelligent, caring, sweet, and of course he must love me. I believe on marrying my dream guy ever since I was a little girl. And I still believe until now. There are so many boys all over the world, I'm sure I'm gonna meet him.
10 Mar 10
Hello luckymichelle :) Well I used to be like that too when I was still a teenager. Too often I am so ideal when it comes to thinking about that ideal boyfriend. I have so many criteria back then. First of all he should be intelligent, friendly, good conversationalist, rich, handsome, and respectful. Well yeah I have already met this ideal guy once during my OJT. He was my former boss and my critic teacher in my off-campus-teaching. Though he was just two years older than me, he already accomplished a lot of things in life. He's so loved by our students, he's a Master's degree holder, very handsome, licensed teacher and breadwinner of the family. Overall, he's just the perfect guy I would really love to show to my family. Sadly, we both didn't work out. Realistically I just find him too intimidating. Besides, our relationship was mostly PROFESSIONAL than friendship. Anyway that was months ago and I have already moved on. Since then, I told myself I would stop being ideal because I realized that although good looks, intelligence, wealth or good career could be a plus; in the end the most important thing is if he loves you that he's willing to do everything just for you. I believe it's the most important thing above everything else--a person who could accept you as YOU, and would love you wholeheartedly. Sounds an old cliche I know, but I'd rather be with than person than with the one who almost got everything but don't have my love. :( It would be just frustrating.