I've matched a few people on Tinder who asked how tall I was and I said 5''5..
They said: ''You're too short for me, nope.'' Note: All of these girls were shorter than me..
I think it's stupid how it's looked down upon as nothing.
If I was asked out by a girl and I said ''Sorry, don't mean to be mean; but you're too 'big' for me''
I'd be considered shallow and she'd get annoyed. (this happened while I was with a friend).. I felt bad for her.
I just think it's a bit shallow in my honest opinion.. We're talking about physical appearance, after all.
They both come under the same category.
- I think it's a bit shallow, yes.74% (26)91% (10)78% (36)Vote
- Nope, that's not shallow at all.26% (9)9% (1)22% (10)Vote
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Ya knooow I'm split!
I mean it's definitely shallow, right, I mean I don't think that's up for debate.
Buuuut I don't see a problem with some shallowness.
I guess, in my oppinion anyway, we shouldn't judge someone for having standards. I mean why settle you know?
If you're looking for a relationship pick soneobe you're legitimately attracted to. I mean be willing to compromise on some traits, but don't settle for less then you're comfortable with. I guess if a certain trait is a deal breaker then that's that.
I mean if you want a person with a bomb personallity who you're not attracted to, that's kinda what friends are for feel meh?
Lol that said, I think height is a ridiculous issue to hold over someone's head. (I swear that wasn't intentional but I love that I said that).
I feel that it's too based on how others will perceive the couple rather then on how they see the person.
Also Tinder is a hookup site, try PoF I hear that's more relationshipy1