What makes a girl more attractive? A great carreer, or a hot bod?
A great carrier. Because that means girl is smart, with stron character, self-confident.
a hot body. not many people look at an ugly overweight women who has a great carreer and say "wow is she ever sexy". if a carreer was the deciding factor, martha stewart would have groupies coming out her ying yang.
Hmmm I see many slightly overweight girls with cool boyfriends - twentysomethings with cash and success and oozing confidence and sexy clothes. So maybe a bit of both.
i think both
carrier and looks both are important
but for girls....its better if you have both option open...
Depends whether or not she's inclined to spread the wealth. I could do with a sugar mamma.
i think a great career.....as it would mean that she is intelligent enough to be at the top and which would also mean that she would spend her money intelligently to make herself beautiful !!
To be honest theyre going to notice the girl with the hot body but they'll probably fall for the succesful girl
For a guy, obviously her looks count as the major factor to become physically attracted to her. There must be something physical about her that DOES IT for a guy! Then, as you are getting to know her & you find out her personality this will keep the attraction, & dating alive, or not.
Now some guys, even though they may have scored a stunning beauty, but she is a little bit bitchy for some reason or other (& she uses her looks, as she knows she is sought after by many other guys) just don't see past this physical attractiveness & strive to bend over backwards to keep their beauty satisfied, giving in to her demands & giving her anything she wants. BIG MISTAKE!
So to conclude, her looks will usually get the girl, then her personality is what counts that keeps him interested. Where her career is concerned, read the above again.
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