I am not referring to men in particular, but plenty of women act this way also. Anyhow, I know plenty of people who like to pursue attractive people, (I see nothing wrong with that) but they expect the "attractive" person to see how good of a person they are. Maybe I did not word myself precisely, but how can you call a person superficial if the main reason you like them is for their looks, but if they reject you for your lack of looks you become offended. For example, I happen to have a close friend who is physically what most men would consider attractive, she has plenty of men give her constant attention based soley on her looks, yet when she rejects them solely based on their looks she typically viewed as a shallow one for not giving them a chance. Why don't people see that shallowness is a two-way street?
by Holle Abee4 years ago
Okay, say you have to marry one of these women/men:A is SUPER attractive, but he/she treats you like crap. Runs around on you, lies constantly, is lazy, has no loyalty, is mean, and is generally just a bad person.B...
by thirdmillenium3 years ago
On the other hand, a plain/outright ugly girl OK if efficient?
by jonsswagger19785 years ago
On one side of the coin looks are important, I firmly believe you have to be attracted to your partner sexually, but at the same time I find an intelligent woman to be very sexy indeed.
by Grace Marguerite Williams3 years ago
Studies show that attractive people have advantages in life that unattractive people do not have. Attractive people tend to earn higher salaries and/or more successful. People deemed to be less...
by John Sarkis5 years ago
Paraphrasing Schopenhauer "you're as good as you look." e.g., attractive, clean and tidy people are usually nice and dependable; ugly, dirty and unclean people are usually not nice or reliable. ...
by Maria Cecilia5 months ago
You look better in pictures and quite disappointing in person?I need as many replies as possible (lol), I mean in fairness to those who look really great in photos, where those great looks came from if they are not...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.