attractiveadjective

  • ja魅力的な、見た目や仕草が感じの良い
  • engiving pleasure or delight, especially in manner or appearance; pleasing, charming, and alluring

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So that's 'The Huntsman: Winter's War.'
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And it's Jessica Chastain and Emily Blunt and Charlize Theron.
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Yeah.
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Wow.
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That must have been hard working with them everyday.
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Horrible, horrible people.
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Yeah.
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Not attractive.
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Not attractive.
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Not intelligent.
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Yeah.
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Not talented.
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You know, it was hard.
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At leauxgan said, "I went on a date with a guy who is very attractive,
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but it ended up being really awkward.
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Should I give him another chance?"
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No! Being attractive doesn't mean anything.
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It's all about your chemistry with another person.
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You don't wanna go out with dud guy.
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It's never gonna work.
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Never.
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You have many great qualities. One is you’re —
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You’re very complimentary.
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If you like someone, if you like the way they look,
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especially women, you’re not afraid to march right up to them and say,
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“I think you’re very attractive."
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- Is that the case? - Yeah, that's true.
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That is true.
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Which one of us do you think is more attractive?
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- I think it's you. - Really?
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- Okay.
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Honestly, I'm more attractive.
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Don't kill me.
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"Dishy."
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You'd say "attractive."
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A woman watching telly would say, "Oh, I like George Clooney.
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He's dishy."