###### Asked in Dating

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# If a guy knows he is liked by two equally beautiful women but only seems to be interested in one what is he most likely considering?

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## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### 12/01/2008

== == At this point he is likely considering which one he would rather have sex with. I don't think that he is considering anything. If he only shows interest in one woman it is because he is only intersted in one of the women. The woman who isn't getting any attention should just find another guy and wish the other two the best of luck. Unless he is normal and then he is thinking how to get them both in bed. Two equally beautiful women! WOW! Some one thinks high of them self! Fanny tightness. I'd say he is considering personality.

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