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them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman
@Hard, I imagine you to be quite similar to him. Both of you are quite sprightly (if not animated) and speak in a similar speech pattern. To me, that is.
Is he your kind of guy? Because this kind of guy is totally my type. He checks off the looks, smarts and charisma box. I want to marry him.
I am A LOT like this guy. My first thought of watching a video of this guy several years ago was "wow his speech, cadence, facial expressions, body language, apparent thought processes, and seeming interest are just like me." It's kind of shocking how similar I am to him. Honestly, I feel like he would be too similar to me and it would feel sort of weird. I like people who share a lot in common with him in these kind of ways (such as my research adviser). He's almost attractive to me, but unfortunately bald/balding is a really strong turn off for me that experience has told me I am unable to look past. But there are several things about him that I find quite attractive. Then again, I have a hard time articulating what I look (non-physical) for in a guy. I don't well understand it.
Interesting video too. I am very sensitive to awkwardness, and is one of the biggest things that will lead to me disliking a person. I can not be around people who are frequently awkward. It drives me crazy and makes me profoundly uncomfortable. I absolutely can not watch shows like the office, or movies like the hangover, where things are just awkward. It's interesting that they say it's linked to pain responses in the brain, because it does feel painful to me, and I have a low pain tolerance to begin with. Perhaps I am more empathetic than I think.
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@Hard I know three other gay guys who have told me that baldness is a turn-off, as well. I found it kind of surprising, considering how many men end up losing their hair. What if you were involved with a guy in a long-term relationship, and he went bald? Would you no longer be attracted to him?
I suspect maybe men in general treat baldness as a bigger deal than women do. I've dated bald guys in the past, and have had crushes on plenty of others. I think if I like a guy's personality, that makes him attractive to me, regardless of how much hair he has. And I know plenty of women who would say the same. My brother is going bald, and he's super self-conscious about it, but his wife couldn't care less.