speaking of accents....
This here is a FINE example of what I like in the opposite sex:http://www.facebook.com/#!/album.php?aid=99757&id=105528145968&ref=pb
A tad too skinny, but I think I could deal with that.
On the whole, I like dark-haired, curvy girls with or without glasses(but they are preferred). When I say curvy I don't mean skinny girls who think they have curves because they barely eat and their bones stick out. I've heard numerous guys refer to Jessica Alba as curvy. Um, NO. She's skinny I mean a full -figured woman. Not out of shape or anything, but plenty to hold on to. A fine booty is a must. I guess you could say I like the Kim Kardashian(sp?) type body, but with someone else in it. I also prefer a girl without a tan. I like pale skin. Fake tans(or even real ones) totally turn me off.
Physical traits aside, I want someone I can talk to. After we see a movie, I want to discuss it, not just move right on to dinner without another word.
I'm big on nature, so a girl has to like to bike and hike(that sounded weird), and tolerate my gardening addiction.
Now some not so PC honesty. I like a woman who cooks and cleans, and a lot of those other old-fashioned things. I'm not a big fan of cooking, so she has to be able to bake some bread and make a kick ass dinner.
I'm a bit of a cleaning freak, so I can take care of that, but a girl who is a slob is a total turnoff.
If I see a woman wearing a sports jersey I run away as fast as I can. Women + sports = yick. I have no problem with her actually DOING sports. But if all she wants to do is watch the Cubs or the Bears, I'm am so outta there.
Finallly, no religion. pretty self-explanatory.
I've been married to a woman who embodies most of these traits for over 11 years now. She was a friend of a friend. The first time I met her I was playing Mario Kart with a buddy in my parents basement. She said she loved Mario Kart. Total love connection. Actually, it took several dates and a lot of talking, but we clicked.
I'm pretty sure there's a few other people around here with "success" stories, if you want to call it that. I'm not the only married one. I know Pat(Ramza) is married and has kids.