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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    Mmm. I prefer guys who look like they could be soccer players. Slim (not skinny), with toned limbs, especially longish arms. Maybe a little broad through the shoulders, but from build rather than muscle.
    Yupp, I think soccer players are the most attractive athletes shapewise.
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    I think Manny Montana is attractive for some reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    Yupp, I think soccer players are the most attractive athletes shapewise.
    That's the sport at the bottom of my list of attractive shapes (well, excluding obscure sports).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    That's the sport at the bottom of my list of attractive shapes (well, excluding obscure sports).
    They look healthy and fit without being disfigured by disproportionate and uneven muscle development ... as opposed to ridiculous looking V-shaped swimmers or hulk-like weightlifters, etc.

    Daniel Craig is an actor, not an athlete, but he illustrates the too sturdy, too bullish type I can't warm up to. Too much upper body development and I'm out.
    Basically: healthy and fit = great obviously working hard to build that amount of muscle = unattractive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    They look healthy and fit without being disfigured by disproportionate and uneven muscle development
    See, to me this is just boring. So they look fit and healthy. Great, but there's nothing that stands out, nothing that shows prominance (I mean, there can, but not in the way I like). It's too... normal?

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    ... as opposed to ridiculous looking V-shaped swimmers or hulk-like weightlifters, etc.
    ...that's more or less what I like

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    Daniel Craig is an actor, not an athlete, but he illustrates the too sturdy, too bullish type I can't warm up to. Too much upper body development and I'm out.
    Basically: healthy and fit = great obviously working hard to build that amount of muscle = unattractive
    I see what you're saying. I know quite a number of people who look at it like this.

    Though I can't say I'm attracted to Craig.
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    The older I get, the less of a "type" I actually have. At this point I've found so many guys attractive that fell outside my previously determined parameters that I just sort of discarded the parameters. My "type" used to be thin, relatively hairless, quirky/boyish face, usually caucausian (think Damon Albarn of Blur). Then I realized Seth Rogen was cute (chubbier and hairier than my old "type"), and Paul Rudd was cute (more conventionally handsome and muscular than my old "type"), and Lenny Kravitz was cute (darker skin tone and more buff than my old "type") and on and on.
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    late night thoughts:
    A trip to the pool with friends that goes horribly wrong when I lose a toe ring in the water and we all spend the entire time searching but never find it. It doesn't help that I slyly toss in several more rings to "wish" back the original one, like a wishing well.

    Finals week is fucking with me. I think I'll just get drunk this weekend.

    Edit: Soccer players are pretty hot. But I'm pretty lax when it comes to types. I think.

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    Working on my new years resolutions again, I found some old note books but the list I made from last year, which was very good, escapes me still, I posted it on a website which has disappeared.

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    Whoa, the forum just got BOMBED
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