According to ABC a study by a consumer electronics website found several interesting items women prefer men to have.
The website found that high-tech gadgets are more of a turn-off than a turn-on.
The women surveyed said they’d be more attracted to a man walking a dog than someone talking on a cool phone.
Both sexes meantime liked seeing someone with a book rather than a tablet computer.
Another interesting finding was that people toting around sophisticated gizmos were more attractive to those earning more than $200,000 a year.
Attractiveness is definitely in the eye of the beholder. Opinions about what people find attractive vary widely. Dr. O’Toole encourages his patients to be clear in their communication with him when discussing desires for procedures like rhinoplasty. The patient’s desires have some bearing on the recommendations that Dr. O’Toole may make concerning their procedure. For instance, a patient who is adamant concerning the extent of their nose surgery may tell Dr. O’Toole they do not want a noticeable change in the appearance of their nose. It is important that patients are clear in their communication because a mild to moderate change may not be noticeable even to close friends. For some patients this can be disconcerting in that after a plastic surgery investment some patients really do want their friends to notice. Dr. O’Toole and his staff pride themselves in maintaining open communication with their patients.
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