View Poll Results: Are your earlobes attached or free?

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    11 34.38%
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    I know who voted for attached (so far.) =P

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    I've wondered myself and have been asked before about the racial significance of earlobes. Mine are attached as are my father's (who is largely Keltic in phenotype) while my mother's are free (she is Falid/Brunn).

    I'm not sure of the answer to this and perhaps there isn't any racial importance with this issue. It'll be interesting to see the results of this poll however...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigrun Christianson
    I have no idea whether lobes have any racial significance or not, but it's still pretty interesting. The first things I notice on a person are earlobes, teeth & feet.
    Hmm, the first thing I notice are eyes, feet or earlobes are probably the last thing I pay attention to.

    Is that an attached earlobe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigrun Christianson
    Yes, it's attached. Is that yours? It's a beautiful ear.

    I have very particular tastes when it come to certain traits on a person with whom I envision procreating:

    feet
    teeth
    earlobes
    weight distribution
    nose
    height

    ... in addition to the usual things one notices. Those items listed are deal-makers or -breakers for me.
    Yeah, it's mine, thanks
    The most important thing, imo, is a face as a whole, there must be a harmony and right proportions to make it beautiful, but nose and eyes are the most determining factors, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allenson
    I've wondered myself and have been asked before about the racial significance of earlobes. Mine are attached as are my father's (who is largely Keltic in phenotype) while my mother's are free (she is Falid/Brunn).

    I'm not sure of the answer to this and perhaps there isn't any racial importance with this issue. It'll be interesting to see the results of this poll however...
    I remember you having said to me once that you had been told by a Romanian girl that the Romanians who had attached earlobes were Slavs, while those with free earlobes were Romans.

    Mine are free, although only slightly, but rather small.

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    I personally like a happy medium. Too little is no fun. I think it's cute to grab a girl's ear right there, and she grab mine... but too much is obviously a little weird. Mine are attached (correction).

    Other than genetic defects and extreme asymmetry, the nose is probably the most distinct facial trait, at least for me. If you look at examples of rhinoplasty, going from a big hooked nose to a smaller straight nose makes a huge difference. Nicole Kidman in the movie The Hours played a Jew, and she wore a fake nose. She looked totally different.

    I notice a lot of things, but probably the eyes, nose, eyebrows, lips and hair type are things that stick out for me for the face/head. With a woman's body her lower to upper proportion, waist to hip proportion and suppleness are the most important. She has to have lumps in all the right places.

    The cutest ears, regardless of the attachment, are if they're elfshaped or not! I like girls with elf ears. Faery creature, come to me!
    Last edited by Nordhammer; Sunday, November 30th, 2003 at 06:26 PM.

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