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Not sure what "you can joor!" means!

I think many times a couple's inner beauty is what keeps them attracted to one another. Granted outer beauty is important to a point, it is what attracts a couple to one another initially. My SO was attracted to my red hair, green eyes and style of dress but if I wasn't interested in sports, intelligent, introverted, kind and calm the attraction wouldn't last for him. For me, if he wasn't interested in sports, strong, extroverted, intelligent, a good listener, funny, handsome, clean...then I don't think we would have been more than friends. Sharing the same values & morality is pretty key as well.

I think the SO was attracted to me because of my un-PC views on living and how I conduct my life in many areas. He is committed to going to church every week and I attend at least once a month but I am agnostic about "religion" for the most part. We look at The Higher Power in the same manner though and many of the bible's thoughts, ideas and rules are very intelligent so we follow them in our lives and family! We are committed to one another because of our inner and outer beauty, it goes hand in hand for us~



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