Spring Valley High School - Saga Yearbook (Columbia, SC)

 - Class of 1986

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What really does matter? Have you ever wondered what at- tracts girls to that certain guy - the guy with the biggest smile or the bluest eyes? lvlost girls are particular about the guys they'd like to go out with, but everyone has in his mind what a "per- fect" date would be like. We've all got some mental picture of exactly who we'd like to go out with - our own Richard Gere or Don Johnson. "Really, a 'perfect' guy would have to be not only good looking but must also care about me and other people," says Allison Griggs, senior. Junior Lauren Vereen said, "Looks are what first attracts you to a guy, although they're not the most impor- tant. I like a guy who has brown hair and a very good tan, but taste varies. I think having a good sense of humor is important too." However, looks aren't everything. Physical qualities are important only to a certain extent. "lt's fine if they're good looking but lt's their personality that count," said Leslie Felts, sopho- more. Another quality that a "perfect" guy possesses is personality. ln a random survey of 150 students on the "perfect " guy, 87 OXO agreed that having a good or similar personality to their own is important. However, some people feel differently about having a guy with a similar personality. "I usually pick guys who have exact- ly the opposite personality from me. I don't know why but I guess it's a chal- lenge or something different," said ju- nior Lisa Catalano. Many factors play a part in choosing the i'perfect" guy, all of them varying according to the girls. Of the people surveyed, 42 W0 said where they are taken on a date matters. But in the results 73 OXO of the girls weren't par- ticular about where they'd go on their "perfect" date. However, of favorite activities, 30 Ofc chose a romantic din- ner, 39 OXO chose a party, 22 OXO chose a trip to the beach. "A really perfect date," said Vereen, "would be to go out for a romantic dinner and then for a long walk on the beach." Some people would disagree that there is a perfect person out there and many are still searching. But, however you feel about finding "Mr Right", there is always that one guy that makes you nervous, paranoid and will- ing to take five tardies just to see him stand at his locker to do nothing but get his books out. Tara Tolson Real perfection

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