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Perfect Woman Revealed In New Survey

Update Date: Feb 07, 2014 07:04 PM EST

The perfect woman is 5ft 5in tall and 128 pounds, has a bra size of 34 C, enjoys white wine and steak, drives a Mini Cooper and is adventurous in bed.

A new survey of 2,000 British men and found that besides having all of the qualities listed above, the "perfect girlfriend" also has an Irish accent and is a fan of the Manchester United soccer team.

According to the survey, the perfect woman also likes to watch shows like Game of Thrones and Friends and movies like Dirty Dancing, and listens to rock.

Men would rather be with hard-working women than trophy wives, according to the survey. The top professions for the perfect woman would be a nurse or teacher. The perfect woman also enjoys a wide range of hobbies, has a great social life, likes going out with their friends to bars, and enjoys going to concerts.

"It seems that British men have very specific tastes for a girl to live up to," a spokesman for LOVOO, who conducted the survey, told the Daily Mail.

"We know that everyone has a favorite hair color and sometimes even eye color and height, with brown hair being the color of choice in this instance," he added. "But we think that avoiding a woman because she might support an opposing football team or enjoy a different genre of films to you, might be being a bit too picky."

"We encourage meeting up with people you share interests with, but suggest not being too strict as you might find that you get to learn something new," the spokesman said. "Dating is fun and shouldn't become a chore or make you feel as though you won't ever find 'the one'. Being more open to new things will certainly help you find that perfect girlfriend."

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