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What Do You Wish You Could Change About Your Significant Other's Appearance?

What Do You Wish You Could Change About Your Significant Other's Appearance?

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vmruby vmruby 9 years
nothing i love him just as he is ........ i would not want to change a thing! he's gorgeous!!!!
BeachBarbie BeachBarbie 9 years
I wish my husband would pick up after himself. It seriously drives me crazy. flutterpie, wolervine feet....:ROTFL:
flutterpie flutterpie 9 years
i love him because he is such a manly man that he doesnt really think about things like that, i always hear "im a guy babe" but i would love if he would get rid of the wolverine feet, im getting lacerated
Adriana42 Adriana42 9 years
sounds cheesy but nothing..my bf is a model for a reason :)
Le-Luxe Le-Luxe 9 years
Nothing! I think he is perfect the way he is- that is why I love him!
ithoughtso ithoughtso 9 years
My husband wears baggy pants. I don't like it anymore. It's nothing that is driving me crazy. But at times, the baggy pants are not appropriate. Maybe when we're hanging with the homies! LOL :)
nicachica nicachica 9 years
i'm pretty laid back about what i wear and so is my man so we're a really good match. plus, he looks good in sweats AND a suit. i guess i don't care too much cuz i think he's so yummy overall. :)
azucar_maddy azucar_maddy 9 years
Luckily, hubby has none of these problems. He is very good looking, clean, healthy, and stylish (but not more so than me!) ;) I wouldn't be able to be with a guy that cared more about his looks than me!
sexyeyes sexyeyes 9 years
My baby does not need anything changed and thats why we're together! :LOVE:
karmasabitch karmasabitch 9 years
Wouldn't have changed a think about any of the guys I've dated. Not physically, at least ;)
AtlantaNoleGirl AtlantaNoleGirl 9 years
Ugh, my ex was a HORRIBLE dresser and had plenty of hygiene issues as well... I was constantly on his back about it (maybe that's why he's my ex!). Luckily, the new guy I'm dating is a much better dresser and doesn't seem to have any major issues so far! ----------- “Buy me a dream: Shopping for clothes isn’t about the things you need, it’s about the woman you’ll become when you wear them.”
DesignRchic DesignRchic 9 years
Nothing physically, I absolutely adore my husband. Now if we're talking about character issues, I wish he'd put his DAMN clothes away and not make a pile on the floor next to the bed. ;)
foo_mf_foo foo_mf_foo 9 years
his drinking habits, he isn't a drunk but he likes his beer!!! everything else about him i love!!! he is clean and i buy his clothes so i kno whe dresses how i like...lol...and i love when he grows a beard...mmmmmmm.....love it
Fancy04 Fancy04 9 years
hmmmm. Nothing really. I love everything about him.
fluffy-bomb fluffy-bomb 9 years
You forgot the "nothing" option. I'm lucky enough to have a very stylish man.
Daisy6264 Daisy6264 9 years
Not a thing.
andrea5 andrea5 9 years
OOPS!! Disregard the above... I was trying to type the emoticon for NO on my msn and clicked over by accident!
andrea5 andrea5 9 years
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andrea5 andrea5 9 years
None of the above for me, I have no complaints about my bf's hair/facial hair/daily wardrobe etc. My one pet peeve, though, is the fact that he doesn't understand the need to wear dress pants. If we go to most clubs, they allow men to wear a collared shirt with jeans and dress shoes, which is perfectly fine. He doesn't seem to understand that, while at nightclubs this is acceptable, that the same rule does not apply to christenings, funerals, weddings, anniversary parties, job interviews and other formal occasions. His theory is that if the invitees want us there bad enough, they will respect his style of dress. I've tried to explain that, while that might be true, it is also a disrespect to the invitees to basically not put in an extra effort for them, as they were good enough to want us there. This has been the root of I don't know how many arguments, I'm actually getting heated just writing about it!
paigesweetkisses paigesweetkisses 9 years
my guy seriously doesn't see why he needs to shave his face more than once a week - i will admit, the stubble looks good on him.. but if we're going out for dinner I literally have to fight him to get him to shave it off! it drives me nuts
rosyposy rosyposy 9 years
back hair, but he's my ex now :)
JK-Boogie JK-Boogie 9 years
if my significant other had any of those problems above...he would not be my significant other...call me shallow if you will...if I can take the time in my appearance so can he
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