Cheerleader hot girl vs nerd hot girl, which one do you find hotter
In the real world nobody 100% fit into either the nerd or jock stereotype, everybody got certain aspect of both. But when the nerd stereotype apply to men, it seem bad and definitely not desirable to women. But when it apply to girls, not necessary, she might even be the hottest girl in high school that get bullied by all other girls join force, because they are jealous. Personally, I find the idea of nerdy hot girl to be more attractive, the cheerleader stereotype make me think of, plastic hot (fake boob, Botox), where nerdy one, are, genuinely hot (hot even without trying)
If I found them both to be equally "hot" essentially my decision would rest with their perceived personalities.
A cheerleader is usually an extravert who enjoys drawing attention to herself. She loves the "stage". There's a chance she may not be happy with having the attention of one man only.
Odds are she gets bored easily and needs a "rush", drama, or excitement to stay engaged with people.
A nerd often comes off as introverted but once you get to know her you realize she's got a sly sense of humor and has genuine interest in others. My vote would be for the "hot" (low maintenance) nerd.
Well, just going straight from your own preference I would say nerdy.
Not that I would mind either way when it comes right down to it...
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