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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by KingoftheNorth View Post
    From what I've read...there is a checklist of "minimum specifications"--- looks are not that important, but height is.

    BTT:

    I'd answer desirable but at the end of the day, not important.
    there are specs, but if the guy has "it" (whatever "it" is), i am confident C4U will readily swing for it.

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    #32
    Quote Originally Posted by KingoftheNorth View Post
    From what I've read...there is a checklist of "minimum specifications"--- looks are not that important, but height is.
    Sorry for the OT:

    I remember having a drunk conversation with one of my ex bosses...

    His wife is taller than him.

    He told me, height first then you start checking the stuff in your list.

    If you find a short partner and your kids like to play basketball or join a beauty pageant someday, the first requirement will always be height. No one is too tall (not unless your kid wants to be a jockey or a F1 driver, although M. Webber is 6 foot tall, but there will always be people who are too short.

    You wouldn't want your child to say "maliit kasi mom ko" someday.

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    #33
    Quote Originally Posted by ice15 View Post
    Sorry for the OT:

    I remember having a drunk conversation with one of my ex bosses...

    His wife is taller than him.

    He told me, height first then you start checking the stuff in your list.

    If you find a short partner and your kids like to play basketball or join a beauty pageant someday, the first requirement will always be height. No one is too tall (not unless your kid wants to be a jockey or a F1 driver, although M. Webber is 6 foot tall, but there will always be people who are too short.

    You wouldn't want your child to say "maliit kasi mom ko" someday.
    If height is a requirement, your average Filipina may not make the cut. Baka mixed or even foreigner pa pwede.

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    #34
    Of course being Filipino, if you have to choose between:
    Petite asian, or
    whale of a Caucasian, I would think you'd pick the petite asian

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    #35
    Pansin ko lang, mas mapili yun mga panget kong kakilala MEN: Social Class and Education NOT a Factor in Choosing a GF/Wife?MEN: Social Class and Education NOT a Factor in Choosing a GF/Wife?

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    #36
    Tama yung height. If I were to choose between 2 equally beautiful women I'd choose the taller one. Lahat naman nagsisimula sa attraction e. Dapat attracted ka in the first place or there has to be some form of interest in the other person.

    Pero ang pinakabatayan talaga sa akin is someone who is intelligent, smart, and someone I can have various levels of conversation with.

    Kasi sabi ko before, yung ***y pede tumaba, yung maganda kumukulubot. Kapag wala na pareho yun yung utak na lang meron and if bobits ang napangasawa ko there will come a time na wala na boring na. Plus who will help the kids with their assignments and projects in school kung mahina ang utak ng mapapangasawa ko.


    Edit:
    Bakit yung word na S E X Y nagiging ***y?

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    #37
    Quote Originally Posted by KingoftheNorth View Post
    If height is a requirement, your average Filipina may not make the cut. Baka mixed or even foreigner pa pwede.
    Back to my ex boss...

    He defined "tall Pinay" as 5'5 and above.



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    #38
    Quote Originally Posted by ninjababez View Post
    Pansin ko lang, mas mapili yun mga panget kong kakilala MEN: Social Class and Education NOT a Factor in Choosing a GF/Wife?MEN: Social Class and Education NOT a Factor in Choosing a GF/Wife?

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    Improvement of the bloodline kasi ang isang consideration.

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    #39
    Tsaka 60-70% ng intelligence ng offspring ay galing daw sa mother.
    The other 40-30% ay galing sa other factors like environment etc. Hindi kasama ang father dun ha.
    In short, walang talino ang galing sa tatay.

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    #40
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    usually successful women have hard time finding partners coz

    1. they have very high standards

    2. men find them intimidating
    minsan dapat yung high standards na yan ay binabago rin over time.
    for me dapat yung standard that was set nung twenties pa lang ang isang tao should be adjusted and not be one and same high standards after 20 years (just saying if the subject high standards was not realized).
    kumbaga parang proportional ang adjustment pag tumanda na ang isang tao

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