Men who do the dishes
Generally, men prefer to avoid any form of rubber glove. Perhaps that's part of the charm of a guy getting down and domestic, scrubbing sordid dinner plates elbow-deep in a sink of murky dishwater. "I think it's hot to watch a guy do the dishes," says Amanda, 28. "It shows he respects your personal space and cares enough about you to let you relax." The downside (upside?): you'll want him to throw you on top of the counter immediately after he's done, only to dirty it up again.
Yes, Hanson Brother Syndrome is still a thing post-1997. More than a few women mentioned wanting to jump into bed with guys who have long, luscious locks... even if the rest of them is slightly unkempt. "I love, love, love long hair on men," says Giselle, 28. "Even if he turns around and his face is busted or his clothes are shabby, if he has long locks, I’ll still be into it. I love the way it flows!" She clarifies that this doesn’t necessarily make him boyfriend material, so shaved-headed suitors can rest assured.