Height is apparently more important than looks to women looking for Mr Right, a survey claims. Looks aside, the perfect partner must also love pets and appreciate fine wine, theatres and nice restaurants. Coupled with this he should have a wacky sense of humour, according to the study of 40,000 women conducted by UKdating.com. Mr. Right for women means a man who wears smart jeans and a T-shirt, weighs exactly 80.5 kg and is a doctor or lawyer who owns a home in a good location.
He’s someone who’s had three serious relationships, no more than six sexual partners, has never been married and doesn’t have children. The precise check-list has been compiled from preferences entered by members of the dating website. Also, important is a university education: many women specify a man with a BA degree. Smokers and football fans were given the thumbs-down. Only 1 per cent of women questioned would date a chap who hates pets. The majority 66 per cent want to find a partner who is fit, while 68 per cent are looking for a guy with a wacky sense of humour.
‘Cuddly lovers’ were favoured by 21 per cent, while 16 per cent would like to find a balding guy like Bruce Willis. Another 11 per cent said their Mr. Right would be ginger, while 18 per cent said they would prefer a man with grey hair. And 28 per cent claimed they do not care how much a man earns. Facial hair proved surprisingly popular. 28 per cent of those surveyed admitted they liked a goatee and 21 per cent said they would like to meet a man with a moustache. Only 2 per cent of women, however, said they wouldn’t mind dating someone who was less than 152 cm tall.
Courtesy – heraldsun.com.au