13 Men Describe Their Favorite ‘Imperfection’ In The Woman They Love

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1. “Skinny women are not my thing. I’m a Kim K kinda guy, not a Paris Hilton man. So when my girl told me her New Year’s resolution was to hit the gym every day to get rid of her ‘muffin top,’ I told her she was downright capital ‘c’ crazy. I like a little flesh to hold onto. Rock that fupa proudly, I told her.”

— Reggie, 27

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2. “I’ve been dating someone with a serious gas problem for about five years now. My girlfriend’s farts smell like death on a good day. She’s had digestive issues since puberty, so she got used to shocking people with her ass emissions a while back. But she was nervous as hell when she warned me about it early into dating. Luckily, I really do appreciate butt thunder. And I can honestly say that some of my favorite memories with her involve laughing over some of her more lethal farts.”

— Dan, 55

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3. “The love of my life is the female Steve Urkel. Not that she’s a total nerd—she just laughs to the point of snorting like an over-excited, crystal meth addicted pig at least once a day and it’s awesome. When she’s cracking up in public, strangers will stare and that only makes me adore her even more.”

— Marcos, 30

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4. “I had bad acne as a teenager, and so did my girlfriend. So when I say that I love my girlfriend’s acne scars, I really mean it. It’s part of what bonds us together—that awareness of what it’s like to be a pepperoni pizza faced teen and learn how to hold your head up high anyway. Zits suck, but they’re character building. We’re all a product of our cumulative life experiences, including tiny pustules. Her scars remind me every day that we’re in this whole life thing together. Forever.”

— Matthew, 32

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5. “When my girlfriend was young, she tagged along when her mom went in for Botox injections and other cosmetic procedures and I think being in that plastic surgeon’s office messed with her head. You know when part of a woman’s butt sticks out below her panty line—the crescent moon shaped piece of cheek on each side? She’s got it in her head that those are her ‘banana rolls’, and that they’re a problem. I’m telling you, she has the best ass. If my girlfriend ever gets lipo, I’ll punch the surgeon that gives it to her in the balls.”

— Rhett, 28

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6. “I really don’t understand why, as a society, we encourage women to bleach, wax, and shave so much of their hair. When I first went down on my girlfriend she hadn’t shaved in weeks and she apologized for ‘the situation down there,’ but I was so relieved not to see another prepubescent wannabe of a Brazilian bikini waxed vagina. My lady’s bush is out of control and she’s been conditioned to feel like she’s flawed because of it but I would argue the opposite. She’s sexy as hell.”

— Alfred, 29

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7. “My fiancée has dark little spots in different sizes all over her body. She calls them moles and talks about getting them lasered off. I call them beauty marks. She’s my cheetah and I wouldn’t change anything about her.”

— Charlie, 26

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8. “I’m in a very serious relationship with a woman who’s ‘pigeon toed,’ but I love the way she walks, with her feet pointed towards each other like her two big toes are dying to make out. It’s part of what attracted me to her in the first place. My idea of what’s beautiful might not match the next man’s, but I’ve never found normal to be all that interesting anyway.”

— Xavier, 33

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9. “My long-term girlfriend is dyslexic so she misspells a lot of words and her text messages make absolutely no sense 99 percent of the time. She was embarrassed about it when we first started dating—always apologizing for ‘being stupid’—but I believe in the advantage of disadvantages. She thinks differently from most people I know, probably because she had to learn how to deal with her learning disability as a kid. She’s clever and I’m obsessed with her mind, body, and soul.”

— Victor, 31

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10. “I’ve been with my space cadet for two years now. I can’t even count how many times I’ve had to repeat myself in the last week. She zones out like no other, and it can be extremely frustrating. But I always come around to appreciating her for it. Why? Because she’s crazy imaginative. I can’t blame her for getting lost in her own whacky, psychedelic thoughts because I’d probably choose her head over the outside world too if I had the choice.”

— Wayne, 27

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11. “A year into dating, my girlfriend confessed that she’s always wanted breast implants—not huge knockers, but a ‘respectable set of C-cups.’ She said that if a boob job made her more confident, it would be worth it. I was utterly shocked. She has the perkiest little boobs with the most sensitive nipples and if anything like surgery ever compromised her ability to orgasm within seconds of me sucking on her tits, I’d be devastated. Her A-cups are amazing.”

— Ned, 25

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12. “My girlfriend can’t tell a story without digressing in a million different directions. Once she starts talking, she doesn’t stop. Her two younger brothers have been telling her to shut up at least ten times a day since they were born, but I love her lengthy, rambling accounts of mundane events. She seems so excited to share every little detail of an interaction or situation while most people sit around taking everything for granted. Her enthusiasm’s inspiring. Plus, it means that I never have to talk all that much.”

— Shane, 34

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13. “At first I hated my girlfriend’s nails because she was always biting them and she always looked like she desperately needed a manicure. In my defense, I’m anal about my own appearance too. But somewhere around month six she showed up to dinner with perfectly polished red nails and something seemed so wrong. I realized right then that I loved her overgrown cuticles and hangnails—and the wild, messy woman attached to them.”

— Blake, 25 TC mark

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