What’s something different that you find attractive? It could be as simple as a cute dimple or a special smile, or it could be something unique, like loving to read or caring a lot about fairness.
A user asked, What is the most unusual thing you find attractive? and here are the top 14 picks:
“This is super specific, but one of my exes used to read aloud to himself any time he was studying very quietly, and I could have listened to that for hours.”
“An ex and I once started to read The Hobbit together like a chapter a night. Never thought having story time as an adult would be enjoyable. But it was…”
2. Hair Poking Through Ear
“When you can see a bit of her ear poking through her hair. It just gets me”
3. Deep Voice
“A man’s voice when they first wake up!”
“Wish my normal voice was as deep as my morning voice.”
4. No Makeup
“I think a woman looking tired and with no makeup at all in the morning is super attractive. I do not think my girlfriend believes me.”
“Dude, first thing in the morning, bare-faced with bedhead when she’s first waking up? Ughhhhhh I totally get you.”
5. Shoulders & Collar Bones
“Shoulders and collar bones dude. Always liked em.”
6. Business Wear
“I work in Boston sometimes, and seeing a woman in business wear sneakers is something I’ve always liked.”
7. When A Person Is Focused and Working
“I feel like a person focused while working is very attractive.”
“When the person I like is focused and working, that’s when I want to bother them most”
“Freckles. Don’t know what it is, but I fall head over heels for freckles.”
Also, wet hair. Not like “in the shower wet” but more of a “got out of the shower an hour ago, and it’s still drying” wet. No idea what it is, but it’s gorgeous, and wish it was something that was doable 24/7
9. A Bit of Belly
“I guess a little bit of a belly on a girl. I like fit girls, but something about them having a little belly drives me nuts.”
“Obviously, exercises but doesn’t let it run their life, will still put away some food, statuesque but still soft.”
10. Well-Trimmed Nails
“Large, well-trimmed nails (not long). I really don’t like seeing big or small hands that have very small nails.”
11. Not Shaving
“I’ve found myself oddly attracted to women who don’t shave. I think I am indirectly thinking of how I find confidence most attractive, and to be around a woman who is confident enough not to let armpit hair or whatnot make her insecure in public I find attractive.
Not so attracted to beards tho.”
“The hair that covers the forehead I dont remember what they are called. idk I just love em”
“Bangs. Cute but hard to nail, usually a product of an impulsive, emotional decision. Don’t ask how I know.”
“Ankles! I love when my husband wears his pants slightly above his ankles with vans or other “no show” socks shoes.”
14. Dark Eyes
“Dark eyes. Blue and green are gorgeous, but something about not just brown but dark brown eyes. They’re like the void, and I just want to fall into them.”
15. Long Neck
“Long Neck. I just love a girl with a long neck.”
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