There are many reasons behind why a man really likes a woman with long hair. One is; men feel women with long hair look more sexually attractive. That’s why men prefer women with long hair.
A type of ideal partner is different from one another. Some men even prefer tomboyish woman with a short haircut. However, let us see what is the reason men like women with long hair, especially when it comes to sex.
Women who have long hair have a special attraction for him. In fact, not a few who claim that the long-haired women look more sexy and seductive.
2. Signifies Fertility
According to many studies, thick long hair signifies a woman’s fertility. Long hair look healthy also indicates that she is healthy and active both physically and mentally.
3. Naughty Fantasies
Everyone certainly has sexual fantasies, especially the men. Many of them said he was happy to imagine a woman with long hair wet with droplets of water that flows from the neck to the chest. Especially if the woman is just bathing and shampooing.
When kissing, he loves to play with the hair of a woman. However, many women also feel happy when men play with their hair. In fact, not infrequently, men like to submerge their face in strands of her long hair. It makes them feel more erotic and exciting.
When speaking in terms of eroticism, most men feel more excited when they saw women with long flowing hair during sex.
We’ve been on our death bed all day, trying to recover from Nick and Jess’s first kiss on New Girl last night. Could that kiss have been any better? On one hand, dear God, no. The heavy breathing? The two small kisses at the end? We aren’t made of stone here, people! On the other hand, there is nothing more gratifying than a long-awaited TV kiss, and there have been a number of shows who absolutely killed it. How do Nick and Jess compare to, say, a Sam and Diane? A Damon and Elena? A Pam and Jim? Using our totally objective…personal opinions, let’s see how their first smooch stacked up to the epic TV first kisses that came before:
10) Damon and Elena, Vampire Diaries
Want to turn up the intensity of a first kiss? Make it a death bed kiss, like Damon and Elena’s! When a man says “I deserve to die,” how can you say no to that? (Note: yes, we know Damon kisses Elena on her forehead earlier in the series, but come on. Come on.)
How do Nick and Jess measure up? Apples and oranges. You simply cannot compare a sweaty, devastating kiss and an adorable, thrilling friend kiss.
9) Logan and Veronica, Veronica Mars
It is a testament to the writers of Veronica Mars that we first meet Logan Echolls as a rich sociopath smashing in Veronica’s headlights and still got us to swoon by the time they kissed 17 episode later. How is that even possible?
How do Nick and Jess measure up? Actually, VM pulled off something incredible with that first kiss. Of course, Logan and Veronica’s relationship was much more heartbreaking and complicated as a result…it’s a trade-off, really. If New Girl can give us a satisfying relationship after such a great first kiss, they’re still superior.
8) Maddie & David, Moonlighting
There’s something about being framed for murder and having to go on the run that makes a first kiss something to remember! The fact David and Maddie are played by young, hot Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepard sharing almost two full seasons of sexy banter didn’t hurt either.
How do Nick and Jess measure up? Bruce and Cybil are ridic hot, but Nick and Jess are just as hot without anyone having to “go underground” to hide from the police. Cybil’s “You smell awful” would fit perfectly in a New Girl episode though.
7) Sam and Diane, Cheers
The genius of Cheers is that Sam and Diane kiss during “Showdown, Part One,” the finale episode of Season One…and the writers could still pull off their spot-on “Will they or won’t they?” chemistry for years afterward.
How do Jess and Nick measure up? Guys? Sam and Diane don’t end up together. Diane moves to L.A. while Sam stays in Boston. We are not ready for such devastation on New Girl. We need a happier ending than that!
6) Luke & Lorelei, Gilmore Girls
Four seasons! Four seasons of friendship before Luke takes himself out of the friend zone and kisses Lorelei! If you watched Gilmore Girls, you were basically on the floor when these two finally kissed.
How do Nick and Jess measure up? Luke and Lorelei’s first kiss is a very similar mix of hilarious and romantic. We can totally see Nick demanding “Will you just stand still?” in the moment. The two are definitely on par with one another.
5) Joey & Pacey, Dawson’s Creek
The sun in the trees! The soundtrack! Their friendship! The fact Joey dated Pacey’s best friend! All of which leads up to a perfect teen first kiss.
How do Nick and Jess measure up? Just like the New Girl kiss, Pacey kisses Joey seconds before the episode ends. Oh, those TV writers know how to get us.
4) Pam & Jim, The Office
After two seasons, Jim finally confesses his love to an engaged Pam in a moment of total emotional vulnerability. Good thing he also comes back and kisses her before we completely lost consciousness.
How do Nick and Jess compare? Of all the smooches on our list, Pam and Jim’s first kiss bares the biggest similarity to Nick and Jess. Hilarious buddies whose relationship changes with one kiss is kind of the best sitcom trope ever.
3) Kurt & Blaine, Glee
Speaking of moments! “There’s a moment when you say to yourself, ‘Oh, there you are. I’ve been looking for you forever;” Blaine admits to Kurt before their first kiss, after which we died of too much cuteness. The fact there is a bird casket on the table just makes this Glee first kiss even sweeter.
How do Nick and Jess measure up? Klaine beats Jick (Ness?) in terms of sheet romance, losses out in the heavy-breathing passion department. We get it. These kids are only in high school after all.
2) Ross & Rachel, Friends
Maybe we’re just so used to David Schwimmer‘s Ross and Jennifer Aniston‘s Rachel that we’ve started to consider them relatives, but we were shocked to remember how hot their first kiss was in “The One Where Ross Finds Out.” That’s the kind of sexual chemistry that fuels a friends-or-more-than-friends? dynamic for seasons.
How do Nick and Jess measure up? This is the sitcom first kiss to beat! They’ve already been friends for almost two seasons. Like Ross and Rachel, they’ve got the slow burn down pat. Now it all depends on what comes after…
1) Kevin and Winnie, The Wonder Years
Okay, so Kevin and Winnie were babies when they had their first kiss, but still! Their kiss was perfect for their age, the tone of the show and their friendship. When Kevin gives her his jacket, a million squees were heard across America.
How do Nick and Jess measure up? No TV kiss can every be this adorable again, not without two amazing child actors and a beautiful, heartbreaking voiceover. It just cannot be done. Sorry. It would be unfair to expect it again.
Season 12 premiered Wednesday night with the first auditions in New York City. And fans hoping to get a taste of drama from new judges Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj were not disappointed.
“Right away we knew it was going to be an interesting couple of days,” host Ryan Seacrest said at the start of the two-hour episode.
And he was right. (Spoilers ahead!) While fellow newbie Keith Urban and veteran judge Randy Jackson were all about the business of finding talented singers, there was immediate tension between Carey and Minaj, who wore a drum major’s hat to her first day on the job.
“We can have accessories?” Carey said disapprovingly after taking her seat at the panel. “I didn’t know that was allowed.”
“Why did you have to reference my hat?” Minaj responded.
Later, when Carey boasted about her holiday hit, “All I Want for Christmas,” Minaj clenched her fists, gritted her teeth and used the b-word. Carey’s response? “I rebuke it,” she said.
The two women talked over each other at times, rolled eyes and seemed to annoy one another. More than once Carey said “Nicki” like an frustrated mother calls her child out for misbehaving. And Minaj pushed Carey’s buttons by talking in a British accent.
• Tenna Torres, who attended Camp Mariah and had previously sung for the singer, impressed the panel with her version of “You’ve Got a Friend,” and made her idol very proud.
• Christina “Isabelle,” who told a story of losing weight and finding confidence, had Minaj saying, “OMG! OMG!” with her version of “Summertime.”
• Frankie Ford, who sings for change on the New York City subway system, stumbled at first but delivered a soulful version of the Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams.” “I like your big voice,” Urban said. “There’s a lot of musicality in the tone.”
Added Carey: “You have an inner glow, which is always beautiful to see.”
• Despite hearing loss in both ears, Angela Miller, who sang “Mama Knows Best” by Jessie J, was “definitely one of the best,” according to Jackson.
• And Ashlee Feliciano thrilled the female judges with her version of Corinne Bailey Rae’s “Put Your Records On.” “So pretty,” Minaj said. “I want to come to your show … I’m so inspired by you.”
“The potential is great. It was beautiful,” Carey said. “You should be really proud of yourself.”
At the end of the first two days of auditions, the re-invented Idol panel had done its job: the judges praised the talented singers and handed out 41 tickets to Hollywood; they sent home the kooky contestants (often sweetly) and offered constructive criticism and an invitation to come back next year to the ones still on their way to greatness.
“We gel well in a weird crazy way,” Minaj said at the end of the show. Carey said, “I agree.”
We’ll see how long that lasts! Auditions continue Thursday (8 p.m. ET) on Fox.
Timothy Olyphant in Justified; AnnaSophia Robb in The Carrie Diaries
Prashant Gupta/FX; Eric Liebowitz/Warner Bros.
Don’t worry, America. The networks didn’t forget you over the holidays – they were just waiting for the new year to stuff their presents down the chimney.
This year, midseason starts with an extremely bustling January that brings back established hits, including American Idol and Justified, and introduces new series such as The Carrie Diaries.
Here’s a quick rundown of which ones to watch – and which ones to skip. No re-gifting!
• DOWNTON ABBEY (PBS Masterpiece): Yes The snob appeal of British actors wearing expensive clothes in rooms larger than a South Beach condo is undeniably one reason for the popularity of this manor-house soap opera. But the period setting also allows us to draw in much more closely to these aristocrats and their servants. No one has the modern convenience of text-messaging: If bad news arrives at dinner, everyone is forced to remain seated and digest the calamity along with the port and cheeses. And the news in this superb third season is often very, very bad. (Smith, by the way, has a remarkable scene as old matriarch Viola; grief-stricken, she enters the house, and every cautious step is that of a woman who has seen many people, young and old, precede her into the grave.)
• THE CARRIE DIARIES (CW): No A great concept – baby Sex and the City – generated a lot of buzz when the network announced this comedy-drama about Carrie Bradshaw as a teenager in 1984. But young Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) is merely a nice suburban girl who inherits a funky wardrobe from her dead mother. You can say a lot of things about ’80s style, but it wasn’t maudlin, and it wasn’t a hand-me-down.
• JUSTIFIED (FX): Yes A casting miracle: Put a wide-brimmed Western hat on handsome Timothy Olyphant‘s head, hang a holster around his lean hips – and dang if you don’t have an iconic character, just like that. U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens pursues criminals who seem to become more eccentrically loathsome with each season, but Olyphant’s cool, unmannered performance is still what makes it all work.
• 1600 PENN (NBC): No, no, no A sitcom about a First Family that doesn’t know what to do about its excruciatingly immature First Son, Skip (Josh Gad). He runs, whirls, dances and skips around the White House causing mischief and somehow also solving problems. Don’t you love him? I kept wishing he would gambol too close to the edge of the fiscal cliff.
• SCANDAL (ABC): Yes With great regret, I have taken my Revenge obsession and transferred it to this galloping Thursday-night melodrama from Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes. Kerry Washington (Django Unchained) is a political fixer who has a thing for the president (Tony Goldwyn). In an ideal world, they would be married and hosting the Kennedy Center Honors and appearing together on The View. Instead, poor Kerry must brave one crisis after another. It’s all nonsense … and totally addictive.
• DECEPTION (NBC): No Like Scandal, like Revenge, but inert and without conviction. You could stage a more compelling drama by making your pancakes pretend to talk to the sausages.
• GIRLS (HBO): Sure This season is not as radically fresh as season 1, but it gets better – and then turns brilliant – as it goes. I think I want to be Zosia Mamet, who plays Shoshanna Shapiro.
• AMERICAN IDOL (FOX): Uh-huh The new season introduces a revamped panel, adding Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj and Keith Urban along with the Dawg. You’ll tune in for the hair and makeup, and maybe stay for the singing.
• THE FOLLOWING (FOX): Yes, but with an advisory An intense and unnerving new crime drama about an ingenious serial killer (James Purefoy) who doesn’t do his own murders. Not for young viewers or Skip.
• BUCKWILD (MTV): Seriously? Moonshine distillation of Jersey Shore with a hint of Here Come Honey Boo Boo and the kick of neither.