Your question is odd.
Men and Women do not go looking for beautiful/handsome others.
People search and find those who compliment themselves.
You might take a glance once, but that's it. You look at the surface but it needs one to "scratch" further.
Shouldn't you be in bed ? or is that me! either way - goodnight, and I go off with thoughts of you scratching my surface
There's an old saying that beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes right to the bone.
I was more about the chemistry then the good looks when it came to dating a guy.
I could never get past ugly to be able to test chemistry, you have to get really close to be able to mix chemicals.
But than Beauty is only in the eye of the beholder. But you also have to consider beauty is only skin deep, but ugly is to the bone.
Nice!!! I've had my share of ugly to the bone! Wooooooo.
Take 5ml NaOH +5 ml HCl and mix them and wait for my next hub to see the result , haha
Now, why do I doubt that, when you said such a nice thing in your fan/follower email to me? Chemistry in the book sense, maybe you're a little slow at, but Chemistry with people, you're right on target.
You know people always claim that pretty girls always end up with pretty boys. And, from what I have seen that is so untrue. You rarely see a totally hot pair.
My friends and I always get a good laugh, when we go to the mall. But, it's not really funny, it's more of a WTF. As, in why is this totally hot looking man hanging around with that bowser? Or, a beautiful women with the troll. It's rare to see two hotties together. Even Gay couples have that in common.
I met a very handsome man, (George Clooney Handsome) who was partnered to the ugliest man I have ever seen in my life. I'm guessing there might be money involved. But you never know.
I think the thing is, no matter how beautiful someone might look to you, they might not think they are good looking at all. Or, people are so afraid to approach them, that they usually take the first person who does.
I've talked to some very good looking guys who think they are not attractive enough to land a date. And, I say, if I looked like them, I would make a fortune being a model. If you have it flaunt it.
I unfortunately do not have it.
I disagree. Most couples I see are typically a pair of attractive people or a pair of unattractive people. The fact that you notice the times where that is not the case should tell you that it is not the norm.
I agree with Brimancandy - it is more nomal to see beautiful people with an ugly partner. As an ugly guy I have to say that my various partners have all been beautiful escept one, but even she was at least attractive. My current (and the last partner of my life) is the prettiest girl, even in this land of pretty girls. As I understand it, it is more a matter of security and trust and charisma over looks every time. I am good at the security and trust side and luckily for me she sees charisma.
Also luckily for me, she does not have the arrogant, selfish qualities that normally come with beautiful people, another reason they pick ugly partners I expect, two selfish people would be hard to see working.
Lucky you chinaman, your gf is from China? Different people from different places have different definition of "good looking". She sees you as good looking because maybe because in their culture, you are deemed handsome.
Yep - this huge nose has paid off at last in the land of no-noses
and now I am out of here. g'night PDH.
This is what I have seen too. I think very often, couples are suited to each other, at least if both are fairly sure of what they want in life. And I have seen two 'ugly' people make a 'perfect' couple.
The only times I have seen the ugly/pretty pairing is when one has really low self-esteem.
I read once somewhere that in a relationship where one person is ugly and the other is beautiful, the "ugly" one tries harder because they are aware of what they have so that makes the relationship work (among other things).
I don`t know, my boyfriends were always equally beautiful as me
Biologically, good looks is strongly influenced by symmetry. Lack of symmetry may indicate genetic problems.
That's why, at its basics.
He doesn't have to be handsome, just a nice smile.
He needs to make me feel comfortable and have a good sense of humor above all else.
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