What is the weirdest thing you think is hot?

Spork

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Have I seen Doctor Who... lol! Yes, big fan, and I love Torchwood too. I'll confess however that I did not get into DW until the reboot in...what was it, 2005? With Christopher Eccleston? People like to ask me which Doctor is my favorite, and honestly, it's usually whichever one is current, except in the early adjustment stages to the new guy. I LOVE Peter Capaldi. I mean. Out of all the Doctors, I find him the sexiest, but that's me liking old dudes maybe. Old dudes who play guitar and have Scottish accents? *le sigh, le swoon*

I do draw the line at all of the wacky merchandising though. I feel like, that was just them going, "Oh, Americans like Doctor Who! Quick! Sell them stuff!" I don't need to have coffee mugs, bath mats, and hoodies for every show I like, thank you very much. Although I do like my Warhol style Daleks in the colored panels t-shirt, and I do have some stickers on my car...I try not to go TOO nuts.

As for the AGNI thing... Awkwardness, that's a good question...awkward to whom? I'm generally not awkward at all, I can extrovert out and have been called "motor mouth" but there are tons of sensitive introverts in the kink scene and I've been informed that I can be a bit much for them sometimes. Sometimes we don't know how awkward we are. I believe that another term for Awkwardness is Dorkiness (if we're talking the difference between Geeks, Nerds, Dorks?)

Geekiness, unless I'm mistaken, this is being a fan of things. A passionate fan. The kind that puts a lot of time, effort, and/or money into the things. You can "geek out" on practically anything. As much as, say, American football is the stereotypical purview of meathead jocks, I know people who really geek out on stats and scores and information about it, become shut-ins during football season, and collect all kinds of stuff related to their favorite players and teams. To me, that is geeking out. I geek out on GWAR, dragons, my favorite sci fi and fantasy media, weird art, and probably a dozen more things I can't remember right now.

Nerdiness is more the DOING of obscure things. I consider my penchant for making spreadsheets about everything, building computers, painting little D&D figures... People who are Band Nerds or IT Nerds, they amass all this knowledge and do stuff with it. They're not just fans, they are doing the things.

Intelligence might be the trickiest one of all. How do you measure that? I think we know stupid when we see (or hear) it...but we've all got moments. I can flawlessly navigate a cross country road trip, or learn my way around a new city (including where to park!) like a pro...but don't ask me to find my way out of a mall parking lot without circling the damn building at least a couple of times. Stupid? Sure feels like it. I have a brain full of weird facts about squid, but can't remember the capital city of anywhere...
 
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Ravenscroft

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What is the weirdest thing you think is hot?
A slight overbite, & a hint of a lisp.

Probably why I had crushes on Laurie Partridge/Grace van Owen (Susan Dey), Catwoman (Julie Newmar), & Lilith Sternin (Bebe Neuwirth). :cool:

(Ooops, wait -- add Maya Gallo (Laura San Giacomo), though I didn't find her attractive until I saw her interviewed on Charlie Rose & I just couldn't look away from her fascinating microexpressions.)
 
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River

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Honesty, sincerity, authenticity....

Not very weird, I know. It totally turns me on. :)
 

nycindie

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A slight overbite, & a hint of a lisp.

Probably why I had crushes on Laurie Partridge/Grace van Owen (Susan Dey), Catwoman (Julie Newmar), & Lilith Sternin (Bebe Neuwirth). :cool:

(Ooops, wait -- add Maya Gallo (Laura San Giacomo), though I didn't find her attractive until I saw her interviewed on Charlie Rose & I just couldn't look away from her fascinating microexpressions.)

I think Bebe Neuwirth has more of a "sibilant s" than a lisp.
 

Spork

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One just occurred to me.

Profanity, sparingly used and at moments where it either "counts" or better yet comes as a bit of a surprise, or from surprising people. In other words, teenagers and sloppy sort of young folk slinging profanity in everyday speech does nothing for me and can sound ignorant, but when Zen says out of nowhere something like "Shut the f*** up" it actually turns me on a bit. And I like some of that used in bed. For some reason when my generally intelligent and sophisticated lovers drop F-bombs I kind of like it.
 

FallenAngelina

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Come to New York, Spork. You'll be in hog heaven. Even the most unlikely people curse around here. It's just how we roll.
 

Dagferi

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Murf's forearms. They are muscular and strong. I also love it when he come home from work or from working on the cars.

With Butch it's his goofiness. When he dances with the kids. Or when he works his magic with a timid animal.
 

JaneQSmythe

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Murf's forearms. They are muscular and strong. I also love it when he come home from work or from working on the cars.

Definitely good forearms! (Maybe why surgeons and drummers tend to be attractive to me? Great forearms) And men getting dirty doing work!
 

dreaming

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A long and slender jaw line, such as Dancing with the Stars dancer "Peta Murgatroyd" she has a very unique look, or Jessica Lang, Julie Bowen which are similar but not quite as prominent.
 

Spork

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Come to New York, Spork. You'll be in hog heaven. Even the most unlikely people curse around here. It's just how we roll.

Well again, much of it depends on the person and the context.

John McAfee is running for Prez, as we know, and I've watched him in debates, talking like...well...a candidate. And then I went and watched his "how to uninstall McAfee antivirus" vid, with the shirtlessness, the women, the cursing...and the contrast between the smart guy on the stage in the suit talking about the Constitution, and the crazy renegade playboy in that video just kinda...I don't know, I liked it.

I saw a video on Youtube, of Bill Nye reading "hate mail" and I wished they didn't bleep out the F-words. I would have found it sexy to hear them coming out of his mouth, I won't even lie.

I like the idea of a woman like a total Mary Poppins calmly turning to me and suprising me with a crisp and clipped snip of seriously adult content, especially if she actually had the accent, but hey even if she's just a proper lady slinging a small dose of vulgarity for effect.

The effect is only an effect if it contrasts with a different image that person has also presented, and it has a lot to do with how I've previously perceived that individual. If that makes any sense?
 

GingerAvenger77

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Pregnant women are tops on my list. Pregnant sex with my wife during her first pregnancy was epic! But I've had an eye for that before we were expecting (may have helped encourage me to start a family ;-) ). The second (and last pregnancy) wasn't nearly as fun, but she was still looked amazing the whole time! :)
 

Spork

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Pregnant women are tops on my list. Pregnant sex with my wife during her first pregnancy was epic! But I've had an eye for that before we were expecting (may have helped encourage me to start a family ;-) ). The second (and last pregnancy) wasn't nearly as fun, but she was still looked amazing the whole time! :)

I loved being pregnant. I don't want to do that again, and had my tubes tied, but I'm very glad I had the experience. I felt more healthy than I ever have in my life. Like a super-person. I could do anything! And my libido was off the charts.

I wonder now how much of that amazing feeling was that I quit smoking, and was eating really healthy and getting plenty of sleep. I was doing good things for my body and my body was rewarding me for it. But I just remember my experience of being a pregnant woman really positively.
 

BonzaiBlitz

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In women, SNARK.
At least, if my first two partners since going open-marriage are any indication.
Give me a woman with an edge on her attitude and a sarcastic approach to everything, and I'm ready to play.

Especially since it's usually a defense mechanism brought on by stress or trauma in their past, so when/if I see them in a moment of vulnerability it becomes a bonding experience.
 

FeatherFool

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Glasses. Oh, man, glasses. A guy or gal can be kind of so-so, and they whip out a pair of spectacles and they are immediately fifty points hotter. Especially if they are otherwise just a bit intimidating or aloof. Jaeger has this: he's this huge guy, pretty stoic, and he has these bitty reading glasses. It's extremely distracting if we are trying to read something seriously because all I can think about is throwing his glasses on the floor and jumping him. Not that I would- glasses are expensive- but still!

Also, some pizzazz is hella sexy. As in, jewelry, painted nails, wearing bright colours, etc. Not always; I think it has a lot to do with the energy of the particular person, but when it works, it really works for me. I think it's maybe a peacock-thing: it's attractive when a man or woman is confident enough to draw a bit of attention to themselves. There is obviously a line- I don't find someone weighing themselves down with a half tonne of bling sexy, for example- but I find men's wear in particular to be pretty drab/boring as it's mostly just shades or brown or grey. Gimme someone who can pull off pink or bright blue or polka dots!

Pink and purple polka dot glasses would probably be my Kryptonite. I'd probably just spontaneously combust :p
 

dustbinflowers

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the hottest things

So many things, but here are a few. Randomly meeting people who have the same nerd interests (in my case paleobotany, botany and it's crossover into weird biology- don't get me going. Actually, pm me) :)
Women who use chainsaws/specialised machinery/drive trucks etc. Men also :p
Safety gear, to the point of fetish.
People who are passionate, empathetic and articulate.
 
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anita

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Tomboys.

The adult version, of course!

I'm mad for boyish/manish looking and acting women, especially the ones who refuse to wear makeup or shave in various places (underams, legs)....:p

But I want her to have some "femininity" too, and don't go for the large biker chicks with black leather boots.

Funny that I made this post mostly about appearance. In reality, non-appearance aspects of a person are generally much more important to me than appearance. But I wanted to share about my love of tomboys. :)
This exactly so much! Any signs of andro in women is hot, like no makeup, or makeup but short hair, so the further along that spectrum the better, but it always has to be "masculinity" swimming a solution of "feminity", so to speak.

Also, tall, big men, as long as they're neither muscular nor skinny, also an expert knowledge of, specifically, botany (omg dustbinflowers!), ecology, astronomy, or ornithology, also someone who never talks about me to other people, also a really well-told story, also painters (the artist kind—museums can be kind of a turn on), also armpits, also hair, also menstrual blood.
 

Halcyeus

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This qualifies as weird. :)

Met a massage therapist whose technique had a strong intuitive and experimental streak, emphasis on "mental". She gave me a quick massage and it was like being randomly attacked while she made weird noises such as squeaks, grunts and muted operatic outbursts. It was ridiculous. Truly. I had to hold in laughter, the strain of which made me tense up, prompting more strange physical attacks that I found even funnier. The experience transformed a mild attraction I had to an intense crush.

We were connecting so well but my partner got jealous and had a bit of a meltdown. Had to cool it after that. *sigh*
 

River

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Also, tall, big men, as long as they're neither muscular nor skinny, also an expert knowledge of, specifically, botany (omg dustbinflowers!), ecology, astronomy, or ornithology, also someone who never talks about me to other people, also a really well-told story, also painters (the artist kind—museums can be kind of a turn on), also armpits, also hair, also menstrual blood.

OMG! Just as soon as you find him or her please let me know! OMG!:):p

Botany! OMG! Yes!
 

River

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This qualifies as weird. :)

Met a massage therapist whose technique had a strong intuitive and experimental streak, emphasis on "mental". She gave me a quick massage and it was like being randomly attacked while she made weird noises such as squeaks, grunts and muted operatic outbursts. It was ridiculous. Truly. I had to hold in laughter, the strain of which made me tense up, prompting more strange physical attacks that I found even funnier. The experience transformed a mild attraction I had to an intense crush.

We were connecting so well but my partner got jealous and had a bit of a meltdown. Had to cool it after that. *sigh*

Awwww.... So cute!:p
 
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