Write a Description of a Person

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I looked out of my bedroom window and noticed a very tall and well-built man walking towards my house. He was wearing a leather hat, cream singlet, brown suede shorts and long leather boots. My immediate impression of him was that he reminded me of "The Man from Snowy River . When he came a little bit closer I could see his rippled and tan skin. His neck was of the size of Chewbacca from Star Wars. He had grey, waivy and very bushy hair, so bushy that I could hardly see his any other facial features. Except for his nose, this was the most distinguishable part of his face. It was exceptionally long maybe even like Pinocchio's nose. I looked out of my bedroom window and noticed a very tall and well-built man walking towards my house. He was wearing a leather hat, cream singlet, brown suede shorts and long leather boots. My immediate impression of him was that he reminded me of "The Man from Snowy River . When he came a little bit closer I could see his rippled and tan skin. His neck was of the size of Chewbacca from Star Wars. He had grey, waivy and very bushy hair, so bushy that I could hardly see his any other facial features. Except for his nose, this was the most distinguishable part of his face. It was exceptionally long maybe even like Pinocchio's nose.

However, there was something about this milkman. Something very old, something battered by years, not in his appearance but in his eyes. He looked at me with his chocolate eyes which reminded me of a chestnut falling from a tree. And I could immediately see that this man has been through a lot of pain and suffering in his life. Despite all that, when we began talking, I knew straight away that he was not just a milkman, but an old, very friendly and kind person who was sincerely interested in other people's lives. We talked for a while about many various things, but one thing which got stuck in my head was his loud and very sincere lau

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