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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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I usually notice their smile first.

The smell of his parfum ^^!

I notice the drop dead gorgeous effect, you know the "falling" hard for someone?

It starts with her eyes, then her smile, followed with her natural funbags and topped off with God have mercy, what a booty glance.

I notice a smile first, and then the eyes
What they make note of in coversation. Then when their eyes light up when talking about something they truly appreciate and are passionate about is always a feel-good moment.
Smiles and eyes and height it sounds shallow but im 5'10 I like a tall guy

Hair and smile.

Smil, dimples, height and the way they look when they laugh.
I find that if someone has smile lines it was and that hey smile a lot or laugh a lot and I want someone who will make me smile and laugh.

I notice her gait and her hair.

I like a woman who is light on her feet and has a rich, full,overwhelming head of hair.

For me its their eyes I stare at them to see their true feeling i am a firm believer of the eyes are the window to a man/woman's soul

butt. also her walk. a nice walk with feet pointed straight= athletic, coordinated, and confident.


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