Meet the perfect man of every woman's dreams

   Apr 7, 12:05 pm

London, Apr 7 (ANI): Every woman's perfect man eats meat, drives an Audi and phones his mother twice a week, a new poll has revealed.

According to the list, the man must also drink lager or beer, not wine or spirits, and earns a comfortable 48,000 pounds a year.

The ideal male will also be 6ft tall, have short dark hair and smart dress sense - similar to that of U.S. X Factor host Steve Jones.

Vegetarians were revealed to be a turn off, while being clean shaven and in possession of a smooth, hair-free chest were said to be a bonus.

The findings surfaced in a poll of 2,000 women carried out by clothing brand Austin Reed.

"It would seem that women have high expectations when it comes to the perfect man," the Daily Mail quoted spokesman as saying.

"How a man is presented is obviously going to be a huge part of that.

"Whilst women don't want a man to be too preened, they would like him to be stylish and up to date with current trends.

"It also nice to see that women favour a smart appearance, as opposed to sportswear," the spokesman said.

The study also found the ideal man should also have a degree and hold down a decent job.

A demanding 15 percent said they would insist on a suitor having at least a master's degree or a PHD.

But 70 percent of girls said they would prefer to date a man who earned more than them.

The qualities of the perfect man are:

Six feet tall

Muscly, toned and athletic

Brown eyes

Short dark hair

Smart dress sense

A beer or lager drinker

Non smoker

Wears smart jeans, shirt and a

V-neck jumper

Gets ready in 17 minutes


Wants a family

Earns 48,000 pounds a year

Loves shopping

Eats meat

Clean shaven

Smooth chest

Watches soaps

Enjoys watching football

Drives an Audi

Educated to degree level

Earns more than you

Jokes around and has a laugh

Sensitive when you are upset

Tells you he loves you only when he means it

Admits it when he looks at other women

Holds a driving licence

Can swim

Can ride a bike

Can change a tyre

Rings mum regularly (ANI)

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