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what girls see in a guy

Updated on March 22, 2011

Second most asked question after "Does God Exist?"

Girls are so mysterious that even they can't understand themselves. A Beautiful girl knows that everyone wants her. A not-so-beautiful girl knows that she can make a boyfriend if she wants. An ugly girl knows...no she doesn't know...she just expects someone to be his boyfriend. All three have different attitudes. All three have different demands. The beautiful girls want a man who has bright future. The not-so-beautiful girls want a handsome man with secured future. and the ugly girls want someone...just someone to be with.

In all of these cases, one thing is common. Security. A girl needs security. She wants to get rid of one thing that makes her insecure. A man who has the capability of solving her biggest problem would be the Mr. perfect for her. The beautiful girl has the biggest insecurity of being poor. Because this is the only thing she lacks. She has beauty and any guy in the world would be ready to marry her. So finding a life partner is not a problem for her. The problem is finding a rich or bright guy.

Out of these three categories of girls, the most  demanding category is the "not-so-beautiful" girls. The not-so-beautiful girls want a handsome guy with bright future. Because these type of girls don't realize the extent of their beauty. So they expect to be with a guy who is "handsome" enough to appear in public with her. If this kind of girl gets engaged with a not-so-handsome guy, then she feels that her beauty will not be appreciated as much as it should be. Now comes the question of choosing a guy who has bright future, also. If the guy is not capable of making a good future then the girl will feel stupid on choosing a handsome guy just for the sake making a great pair. Hence these type of girls want a guy with good looks and bright future So that they can fool the society and be secured also.

The third category has the most of the population of girls. The ugly girls have the fear of being alone. Being ugly, it is very obvious that most of the guys don't get attracted to them. Hence there's no choice for them. They can't expect to have a guy with good looks and a bright future. So they compromise a lot so that they can have someone around. These kind of girls generally don't believe in love because they think love is materialistic. Because what they lack is the thing people want. But this category of girls are the most faithful, loving and unselfish girls as they are only interested in the guy they are with.

These is just a piece of observation. The girls can not be categorized. Every girl is different. Respect them.   

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      Vikash 

      3 years ago

      Awesome, You are not only Singer, Even Writer Too Sir...

      Keep Posting...

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      fahad 

      5 years ago

      oh me now pretty clear what i have to do..next

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      Caley 

      6 years ago

      Well we love guys with a sense of humor looks personality. here are some of the FALSE answers. How rich, Has a six-pack,manliness, and their voice

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      Priji 

      7 years ago

      I like the post! Didn't know you write so well!

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      Emma 

      7 years ago from Houston TX

      Great hub which am sure is a must read for all real girls who really love their men.

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      Aristotlerupz 

      7 years ago from Noida

      sorry but guys are not as interesting as girls....

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      North Wind 

      7 years ago from The World (for now)

      I laughed out loud at some parts of this but really when I think about it, you are right. And yes, girls can't be categorized - respect is key. Are you going to do a hub about the guys now?

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