In our part of the society, it is expected of the man and male gender to approach and propose to a female. With that, there are several expectancy ladies require from them. Be it attitude, dressing and a whole lot.
The plethora of prerequisite required from men has made a lot of men confused as to what ladies actually first turn their to see when you approach them. With the aim of getting an answer to this, a gentleman asked that what do ladies first check when you approach them.
The post read, "ladies what is the first thing you check when a guy approaches you. Guts listen". Some ladies said they prefer to check the looks. Others also said the shoes and some also said the dress.
But it came as a shock when almost 80% of the ladies who commented said they will first choose to check on the teeth of the guy. Personally, I didn't think a lady would ever check that part of men when I approach her.
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