Honest Women Share The Things Men Do That They Actually Find Very Sexy

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If you're an adult human and have ever had interactions with other adult humans, there's a pretty good chance that you've had someone do something that struck you as incredibly sexy - and they had no idea. Them not knowing is sometimes the best part, but we're about to ruin that. Sorry. 

We talk about what makes the ladies sexy all the time, but one Redditor wanted to know: 

Ladies: what do men do that they don't know is sexy? from AskReddit

We picked out some of our favorite responses. Warning, some of these get NSFW so make sure you're off the clock, Sharon! 

1. Belly ones are the best ones.

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2. Where can we co-sign this? The first time we saw it, we were shook.

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3. Hot For Teacher.

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4. Messy hair, don't care. 

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5. Hablo ... um... anything other than English, apparently. 

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6. Not that kind of bobcat. 

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7. Time to get dirty. 

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8. Yup, we get it. 

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9. Reverse, reverse!

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10. The soothing kind, not the silencing kind. 

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11. Well that's got to get awkward around toddlers and the elderly. 

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12. Shake dat... hand? 

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13. Make some noise for making noise! 

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14. Taking a playful punch. 

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15. Someone explain all this truth. 

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Sound off, people! What does the man in your life do that he has no idea is sexy? 


H/T: Reddit

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