Men's Health
March 1, 2012 7:57 AM | By Lisa Jones
10 Traits Women Want in a Man

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Pay attention. A woman feels safe and secure when she knows her man will put down his BlackBerry and listen to her. Magic words: "I'm here. Tell me everything."

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Mar 6, 2012 2:55PM
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Women keep protesting that the money thing isn't true, yet all one has to do is look around (at least in larger cities) to see that it is.  Women will indeed be with a guy who is a jerk, as long as the cash flows and he buys his way out of his messes.

Mar 6, 2012 7:39PM
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what about honesty... ???  He might have all these  things, but if he lies about everything, dump him
Mar 6, 2012 6:35PM
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We men always read about "Traits Women want in Men", What about what we men want in Women??, If what they wants in us its so important, shouldn't what we want in them be more important? if money is the first thing in women's list I think sex is the most important thing in a man's list, I mean, otherwise we will look else where. in other words, regardless, we are always paying for SEX. :)

 

Mar 6, 2012 8:44PM
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wow,8,out of ten said that. I say they are full of sh....
Mar 2, 2012 11:36PM
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In regards to this topic of 10 sexiest things woman find about a man. Belittling it to the fact that w oman are only interested in a man with $$$, is not only wrong ,but idealizes us as very shallow!

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