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What's the first thing you notice when first meeting someone??

What's the first thing you notice when first meeting someone??

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Definately eyes... Eyes and smile before anything else
Smile does it for me


their vibe, eyes and smile

Outwardly would definitely be a person's eyes seeing that they're one of the few things that'll change in a person. Personality wise is definitely their sense of humor.
You took the words right out of my mouth
Eyes eyebrows smile
Eyes and checks
Their smile
Eyes or smile. Male or female, a pretty smile will catch my eye from across the room.

that space between the eyeballs and also their energy

I agree with most, it's the eyes and smile although I have a thing about voices too. Sometimes your hear a mans voice that's just sexy, and you have to turn around and see just who it's coming from.


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