07/14/2012 Question of the Day

What is the first thing you notice about someone?  About the opposite sex?

The first thing I notice about someone is… their eyes and teeth/mouth.  I couldn’t tell you which is really first… probably eyes then the teeth.  I do this for men and women, doesn’t matter.

Probably the next thing I look at is the hands/fingers.  You can tell a lot about someone from their hands.  Rough hands generally equal someone who works a lot with their hands. Dirt under the nails – again, someone who works with their hands a lot.  But the question was what was noticed first.

The eyes though… you can tell a lot about someone from their eyes.  Where they look when they’re talking to you (my eyes are up here… quit looking at my tits!), if they even look at you altogether.  I’m a shy person at first and tend to not look at people – anywhere BUT at the person usually.  Once I get to know people I can look them straight in the eyes for long periods of time.  Now, how soon I warm up to someone, that varies from person to person.

The mouth, again… how they move their lips, twitches, etc., it all tells you about them.  I’m a happy person but usually have a scowl on my face or look “unapproachable” when I’m unsure about someone or something (at least I think that’s what I do).

People are like puzzles… you have to put all the pieces together.

About musingsoftheamusingmuse

Deep thinker whose mind operates at warped speed. Philosopher pondering the big (and little) things in life. Storyteller. Office Ninja. Model. Teller of bad jokes. User of big words.
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2 Responses to 07/14/2012 Question of the Day

  1. The face, mostly the mouth. Something turns me off when people have thin lips or sour lips. When I meet the scowl faces I always feel the need to break the scowl…I need a smile before we depart.

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