The first night I met him I came out of my building and there he was, standing in front of his (very nice) car waiting for me.
pointed out, from the female perspective, the results seem to indicate that where women have traditionally been labelled as gold-diggers, the main priority nowadays is that a guy shows at least some initiative and direction.
Whenever I see polls about what girls look for in a guy, I always see a large portion of women answering that teeth are important.
This alarms me because...well, I don't exactly have the best teeth.
I was hoping they would leave it at that but they wanted to know to what extent my dental surgery was. Most people would like to avoid that while on a date.
You’re out to eat, you’re having light, flirty conversation, can you imagine talking about your extraction process and nightly cleaning regimen?
He has already introduced me to many of his friends and family members.
My parents and most of my friends live in another state and, frankly, I would be embarrassed to introduce him to them because of his dental situation.
He said something to me so I turned around to look at him.
I met a guy a couple of months ago through an online dating website, and we hit it off and are spending a lot of time together.
I'm not a woman, but conventional wisdom tells me that perfect teeth while desirable are going to be less a deal-breaker than the major characteristics such as charisma/sense of humor/personality earning power/providing ability physical appearance, and personal values.
But if it's an issue for you, I wouldn't give up on fixing the problems you say you have.