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Men are picky when it comes to dating. If you are single and out there dating, I am sure you are very aware of just how choosy men are. Women are particular too, but somehow the men seem to be worse. Usually, men have an idea in their head of a type of gal to whom they are attracted, and either you fit the mold or you don't. However, occasionally a man will fall for a girl who is outside of his wheelhouse. Here are 10 tips to get you on your way:.
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Today's news says most women find hot men hottest when they wear jeans and a simple white tshirt — perhaps not the most groundbreaking news more surprising might be a clown-suit perhaps. But it got us thinking about the wardrobe staples that make us really want to rip his clothes off. So here's our list of things that we find irresistible on a guy. Send this to your males friends pronto ladies. Guys, take note It doesn't have to be a full-on beard, but a little stubble goes a long way to upping your alpha credentials. Decorating clothes. Call us crazy, but we kind of like it when we see a guy trashed up in their decorating clothes Maybe it's because they look like they'd be up for a bit of fun. Or perhaps it's because they've finally agreed to do the DIY.
A charity has come up with an eye-catching way of raising breast cancer awareness among women - using topless male models. Rethink Breast Cancer has created a free smartphone app, called 'Your Man Reminder' that lets users pick one of a bevy of 'hot guys' to tell them to regularly check their breasts. A tongue-in-cheek advert screened on YouTube to promote the app has garnered more than two million hits in a few months. It starts with a doctor who explains 'studies have shown that women are more likely to watch a video if it features a hot guy. Try to be familiar with them, and the way they feel,' bare-chested Anthony says. And if you want to, have a friend check you out. Alison Gordon, from the Canadian cancer charity said they had wanted to create a 'fun, cute way' to get women to become familiar with their breasts. We want to make sure young women know what their breasts look and feel like regularly and check with their doctors if they find anything unusual, she told ABC News. However, some users will be disappointed to discover the app, available from the Apple Store and Android Market, features different men to the stars of the YouTube ad. Still, the advert has certainly received a positive response on YouTube.