Why Should Seducing An Ugly Girl Be As Difficult As Seducing A Very Beautiful Gi

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  1. ngureco profile image82
    ngurecoposted 10 years ago

    Why Should Seducing An Ugly Girl Be As Difficult As Seducing A Very Beautiful Girl?

  2. profile image0
    Georgiana85posted 10 years ago

    Because "less beautiful" ( I'm not OK with the term ugly) girls have most of the times issues with themselves about the way they look. It's very difficult to make a girl feel more beautiful than she sees herself even if she's not right. In my opinion "Very Beautiful Girls" are not that difficult to seduce, you just need originality and a good sense of what she really wants. Anyway, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, no matter what fashion or mass-media might want us to believe.


  3. dabeaner profile image61
    dabeanerposted 10 years ago

    Because even ugly girls think that they are "all that" when it comes to the only thing they have going for them.

  4. Springboard profile image75
    Springboardposted 10 years ago

    Because an ugly girl also happens to be a human being, with a mind, and a heart, and they are looking for the same good qualities and attributes that anyone else might be looking for.

    That said, it's important to keep in mind that beauty is something that starts on the inside, and eminates outwardly, not the other way around.

    When you hear someone say "What does he see in her?" The obvious answer is "something that you cannot."

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

    Going after someone because they are beautiful is the wrong reason to go after someone. Likewise, going after someone who may be considered to be "ugly," as you put it, is equally the wrong reason.

    It should be about attitude, personality, affect, heart...a person with the right qualities can never qualify as ugly to a person who sees the PERSON.

  5. terced ojos profile image60
    terced ojosposted 10 years ago

    Hmmmm. Evidently this "ugly girl" doesn't see herself the way you do.

    She obviously has enough respect to not just give in to you.

    I'd say her character in this way makes her very attractive.

    Evidently the "ugly girl" loves herself.

    Springboards comment is absolutely awesome.

  6. Liberate profile image57
    Liberateposted 10 years ago

    Are You Insane?

    I'd Never See A Girl, Just Because Of Her Looks...

    I Believe All Girls Are Beautiful, And Just Because A Girl Isn't As Fortunate With Looks, Doesn't Mean She Shouldn't Be Loved Just As Much As Anyone Else.

    Beauty Is Always On The Inside. I'd Be Happy To Have Anyone Personality.

    I've Never Been Called Ugly, Though... I Feel Ugly...
    I've Also Never Been Kissed, Or Been In A Relationship.

    I'd Also Prefer An Ugly Girl, Then A Beautiful Girl...
    Just To Punish Them Stuck Up Girls, Who Believe The World Turns For Them.

    This Is what Love Means To me


  7. C.V.Rajan profile image61
    C.V.Rajanposted 9 years ago

    Why bother about ugly girl? When difficulty level is same, why not concentrate on seducing the beautiful girl?!

  8. JGoul profile image60
    JGoulposted 9 years ago

    Two points: 

    a. I haven't found that to be the case.  There is a difference in difficulty, although it might not be as much as you'd expect going in.

    b. It's difficult to seduce an unattractive girl (or at least some unattractive girls) because she's still giving you something that holds tremendous value to her, and she wants to make sure that you're worth the gift.  Also, an unattractive girl has to learn through hard experience that there are guys who will take advantage of the fact that they are more attractive than she is to get her to give up more than she really wants to, and more than they deserve.  So an unattractive girl will likely be on her guard, and toss you out pretty quickly if she thinks that's what you're up to.


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