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19 Apr 2012 15:18

Boonen, for me. I mean, for a start, he is normal-sized. At the risk of going overboard, he's got a nice smile too.

Calling Contador attractive reminds of those smarmy ****s who act all cute to get attention. They act like an angel when they want, but try and provoke others into looking like fools. Before anyone asks, yes, I have a little brother who did this.
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19 Apr 2012 15:20

There's so many things wrong with your post that I don't even know where to begin.
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19 Apr 2012 15:24

I am no girl. So what do i know?

Anyway, i guess DiLuca cleanly wins ;). Right?


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19 Apr 2012 15:27

TERMINATOR wrote:There's so many things wrong with your post that I don't even know where to begin.


This one, on the other hand, is crystal clear.
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19 Apr 2012 17:03

Caruut wrote:Boonen, for me. I mean, for a start, he is normal-sized. At the risk of going overboard, he's got a nice smile too.

Calling Contador attractive reminds of those smarmy ****s who act all cute to get attention. They act like an angel when they want, but try and provoke others into looking like fools. Before anyone asks, yes, I have a little brother who did this.


Alberto is attractive you just don't see it.

May I use the number of fangirls as proof.
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19 Apr 2012 17:07

Only because he is successful.

On the aesthetic basis not so much.
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19 Apr 2012 17:35

roundabout wrote:Only because he is successful.

On the aesthetic basis not so much.

Are you implying she has the gold digger gene
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19 Apr 2012 17:37

Gregory wrote:In my opinion it is Cavendish. I say this, although I do not like him at all as a rider and a person. He has a very masculine face, a rarity among cyclists. I'm quite certain that he is very popular with the ladies. His stature doesn't add to his sexiness, however. Fortunately, as a sprinter he has some meat on the bones in comparison to most riders. However, his facial features are of such type, that while he looked good early, he will start looking old quite soon, in other words he will not age well. Another example of this phenomenon is Contador. He looked quite charming when he was starting out, but with each year his face is looking older and more severe. He will soon look like a middle aged man.


+1 In my opinion it's the eyes that do it and those fantastic long eyelashes. Many women would kill for lashes like those.
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19 Apr 2012 17:48

hrotha wrote:Are you implying she has the gold digger gene


:o I think that's exactly what he's doing.
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19 Apr 2012 17:50

roundabout wrote:Only because he is successful.

On the aesthetic basis not so much.


What the feck are you saying?

This seems like the right moment for an epic facepalm *facepalm*
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19 Apr 2012 17:50

hrotha wrote:Are you implying she has the gold digger gene


Andy has got to have about as much money around now, and Fleur seems repulsed.
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19 Apr 2012 17:52

The Hitch wrote:Andy has got to have about as much money around now, and Fleur seems repulsed.


Great point Hitch.
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19 Apr 2012 17:57

The Hitch wrote:Andy has got to have about as much money around now, and Fleur seems repulsed.

I keed, I keed. I would have used punctuation otherwise.

I do think there's some pop star type of veneration going on here, which is not based mainly on looks. It's not about the money (which roundabout didn't mention at all - that was all my joke), but about his being good at something you enjoy. Just like people in bands are automatically more attractive.
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19 Apr 2012 18:00

hrotha wrote:I keed, I keed. I would have used punctuation otherwise.

I do think there's some pop star type of veneration going on here, which is not based mainly on looks. It's not about the money (which roundabout didn't mention at all - that was all my joke), but about his being good at something you enjoy. Just like people in bands are automatically more attractive.


But roundabout did mention successful which = fame and money.
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19 Apr 2012 19:16

Ivan says hello :D

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19 Apr 2012 20:10

LaFlorecita wrote:But roundabout did mention successful which = fame and money.


No, I meant that a guy who looks like Contador but rides like Vincent Jerome won't have that many groupies.
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19 Apr 2012 20:19

hrotha wrote:I keed, I keed. I would have used punctuation otherwise.

I do think there's some pop star type of veneration going on here, which is not based mainly on looks. It's not about the money (which roundabout didn't mention at all - that was all my joke), but about his being good at something you enjoy. Just like people in bands are automatically more attractive.



+1. It is a very basic psychological mechanism of sexual attraction for women, which is evolutionally developed. We must remember that our genetics usually go back up to the tribal hunter-gatherer period. The later improvement of life's conditions pretty much stopped natural selection and thus, our biological evolution.
Now let's consider a situation in tribal times: one women desires a successful person: a leading warrior or a chief, the other one desires the shy, meek guy at the bottom of the society. The child of which woman will achieve success and reproduce further, taking into account that he will be similar to his father and also probably receive some support from his biological father as well. The child of the chief or leading warrior. His genes will spread and with them the genes from the mother, responsible for selecting successful males.
Sportsmen are in many ways correspond to leading warriors of ancient times.
So, it is natural that women desire successful males, and it is not a calculated behavior, nothing to do with being gold diggers.
On the other hand male sexual selection pattern is extremely simple: nice a$$ wide hips, taille to waist proper ratio, symmetrical face, decent breasts. It's that simple.
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19 Apr 2012 21:42

roundabout wrote:No, I meant that a guy who looks like Contador but rides like Vincent Jerome won't have that many groupies.


I don't think he cares considering he had his wife before he was famous ;)
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19 Apr 2012 22:17

You are incredibly attentive
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19 Apr 2012 22:44

roundabout wrote:No, I meant that a guy who looks like Contador but rides like Vincent Jerome won't have that many groupies.


Vincent Jerome :eek:
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