You Choose The News for Thursday, Oct. 11th 2018


Guys Reveal The Nonsexual Things They’re Most Attracted To

AskReddit asked guys what nonsexual things are turn on’s for them. And their answers may surprise you.

“Women who have reminders written on the backs of their hands” - Most of us have done this at some point or another and we had no idea anyone would even notice, much less find it a turn on, but one user did and even he’s not sure why. “I can’t explain it even if my life depended on it,” he admits.

“Looking at my girlfriend when she’s not paying attention to me” - For one user, “seeing her truly into something is attractive.”

“Ankle socks” - Several users find females wearing ankle socks attractive.

When women “yawn or stretch” - A few users find this hot and one isn’t sure why it “looks cute and attractive.”

The way you “say their name” - Who doesn’t love the way the person you’re into says your name?

“Women who are smarter” than they are - While some dudes find intelligence intimidating, at least one was willing to admit it’s a turn-on.

“Stretch marks” - Who knew this was attractive to some folks? One user says he loves stretch marks, especially if they’re noticeable, so we love him.

“Tall women” - Let’s hear it for women over five foot seven!

Girls who are attracted to them and like them - So simple, but so important.

“Girls in baseball caps” - Several users like this look, especially with a ponytail coming through the back. Sometimes it’s the little things in life that make it so good.


Woman removed from flight bound for Cleveland due to ’emotional support’ squirrel

Frontier Airlines said a woman had to be escorted off a flight bound for Cleveland Tuesday night due to a squirrel. Frontier said a passenger boarded Flight 1612 in Orlando, saying the squirrel was an emotional support animal. The airline said the passenger noted in her reservation that she was bringing an emotional support animal, but it was not indicated the animal was a squirrel. 

Frontier said "rodents, including squirrels are not allowed" on its flights. The passenger was advised of the policy and asked to get off the plane. The airline said when she refused, Orlando police were called and requested everyone be deplaned so they could deal with the passenger. Police eventually escorted her off the plane and took her to the main terminal.

The flight was set to be on its way to Cleveland later Tuesday evening.

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