WildAutumn Posted November 12, 2014 Share Posted November 12, 2014 (edited) I was actually just thinking about my sister and wondering about this. Since puberty, my sister has literally turned heads, I mean whiplash-style. Granted she is large-chested, and she is very, very pretty! But we actually look very much alike (in fact, people used to mistake us for twins...and some people would mistake us for each other at a glance - I can't tell you how many times I heard my sister's name called out from across the street and turned to look and someone was waving at me), I have NEVER had that effect. It's not necessarily in how she "carries herself," either - that may be part of it, but I mean she can literally just walk into a room, no strutting, zero eye contact and literally glaring and heads would always turn. This was true until the past few years - when she is approaching menopause. All of a sudden, BOOM, out of nowhere, she just can not get a mate, and even if she can get one, she can't keep one. I mean it was a turn on a dime sort of thing. It seriously seemed to happen overnight. Yet she is the SAME person. Same degree of bubbliness, same looks, same intelligence, even the same line of work...same everything. And some people do just seem to have "it." They walk into a room, they may even slouch into that room, dressed in sweats, hair not done and people's heads whiplash. As I said, until the past five years or so, people would iterally STOP AND STARE at my sister...women and men both...and children turned into giggly piles of insanity around her and HAD to be near her...without her doing anything, without her even glancing at them. I can't tell you how many times growing up we would be in a store somewhere and a guy would literally stop in his tracks, almost come to a skid to watch her and so many approached her. She did not have to do anything, I mean anything at all to get that attention, her hip was not stuck out, she wasn't looking around and making eye contact, nothing, zip. Could it be pheros? Edited November 12, 2014 by WildAutumn Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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