Is She Cute, Hot, Sexy, or Beautiful?

Naked Rebel February 19, 2013 1

You meet a new broad and you both are texting back and forth. You ask her to send a photo, and she sends you a nice full body shot. She then texts you back, “What do you think?” You then text her back, “You look cute!” Next thing you know the conversation runs dry. Unbeknownst to you, she is totally offended. She’s sexy and you called her cute! Hoes hate being placed in the wrong beauty category dude.

Below is your guide to distinguishing between hot, beautiful, sexy, or cute women. I have provided porn stars’ photos as references. Please ingrain this info in your mind. It’s not worth missing out on a great piece of ass because you can’t get your shit together and place chicks in the proper category. Here we go…..

CUTE

 

Cute girls are typically petite and have a look of innocence/youthfulness to them. Abella Anderson is the perfect example of cute. However cute girls can be sexy and totally bangable.

 

HOT

Hot girls are beyond attractive and have a smokin’ body and face to match. Christy Mack is hot like fire.

 

SEXY

Sexy is a matured version of hot. Sexy women have a confidence about themselves that adds to their sex appeal. A sexy woman can be wearing a sweat suit and still ooze pure sex. Jenaveve Jolie embodies all that is sexy.

BEAUTIFUL

Beautiful women have a sophisticated form of beauty. Beautiful women have great smiles, hair, body, etc. Nicole Aniston is simply stunning. You know a beautiful woman when you see one.

How do you like your women? Cute, sexy, hot, or beautiful? I personally don’t care as long as she has a tight pussy and loose morals…but that’s just me.

One Comment »

  1. sexiest women July 6, 2013 at 11:39 PM - Reply

    Hello there! This blog post couldn’t be written much better! Looking through this article reminds me of my previous roommate! He constantly kept preaching about this. I’ll send this article to him.

    Fairly certain he’s going to have a very good read. I appreciate you for sharing!

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