I notice if they look into my eyes when they are speaking to me
I dislike looking in people's eyes sometimes... It feels too bold...and it can be unnerving....I stare...and lose track of what I'm saying...
Well, its not bold. It's open.
I mean, you can blink
I look...and then look away to think...and speak...:)
A cult I joined once made a big deal about looking into the eyes...the soul...that point of light...
I'm hard of hearing and rely on reading lips. I'd have no choice but to look at your face to understand what you're saying.
As long as I'm saying the words out loud...why does the face matter?
It's not the loudness; it's the clarity of the words. When I see someone's mouth moving as they speak, I hear. Unless you experience significant hearing loss, there is no way for you to ever understand. It's a handicap and I shouldn't have to defend it but it seems that I do almost daily.
I notice many things about people, aside from what they're wearing or their physical "attributes". A person's general demeanor is what I notice the most, I'd say.
I think I noticed people mannerism first and most. If they're smiling, frowning, how they act, little different things in how one person acts slightly different than others, etc.
Usually I'm able to tell when someone is acting off normal, quicker than most others because of this, though why they're off normal is a complete different subject and depends on them opening up some.
I was betting you'd say T&A.
The beauty inside, it they do not have it. I keep walking on.