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Lust List 2020

Those you don’t know you want to know

Back by popular demand! Lust List for 2020! Creative Loafing’s compilation of the most eclectic human eye candy Atlanta has to offer. This year, the vision was clear: variety — and it is the spice of life. We’ve chosen those who are attractive — maybe not just in a physical sense, but individuals who also have hearts and personalities that may very well melt even the most hardened Valentine. Most listed are single if you’re looking to mingle. We’ve provided Instagram handles to help you ease into their DMs, with respect. Here’s to finding lust, love, and likely TMI, the old fashion way — in the newspaper.

WHAT WE ASKED

01. Age?
02. Astrological sign?
03. Neighborhood?
04. Instagram handle?
05. Occupation?
06. Sexual orientation ?
07. What do you sleep in?
08. What three things would you take to a desert island?
09. Where would you take a first date?
10. One thing you’ve always wanted to do, but prob won’t?
11. What tattoo would you put on someone else? And who?
12. What’s the secret TV show you watch but don’t tell anyone about?
13. Beauty tip?
14. Do you pee with the door open?
15. Celeb crush?
16. Shower or bath? Morning or before going to bed?
17. How long does it take you to get ready for a night out?
18. Deodorant or BO?
19. Fav thing about yourself?
20. The biggest misconception about you?
21. Do you French your dog?
22. In one word, what do you want people to know about you?
23. Astrology or religion?
24. Your favorite form of communication?
25. Sex, booze, drugs: Name in order of importance.



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