This question is inspired by a question I answered tonight but also simlar questions I've seen on here by people asking "I'm attractive, how come no one will ask me out". This is why I think it's bad to put a lot of merit on certain things, because then it leads to people thinking having that thing makes them have everything in the bag. Let me claify that, what I mean is people always say how "looks are the most important thing in the world" and how "being phsycially attracted to someone is super important". So, then those people who are attractive and know they are attractive think they never have to worry about getting a date, because looking hot is all it takes. Then, when no one asks them out they're left there thinking "what the hell? I'm attractive, why doesn't anybody want me?". Nobody ever stops to tell them that it takes more then looks to make a spark, it takes a connection and just this certain something that draws you to this person and makes you want to have a chance. It's fairly simple but also fairly complicated.
So, in your opinion why do you think attractive people assume they will get asked out just because they are attractive and shocked when they are not?
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Looks are really important, but also it takes personality too.
For example, a girl can be very good looking but their personality seems shallow or intimidating so guys will be afraid to ask her out because what they read from her is a) she's taken, or b) she would reject him. But if the girl has like an outgoing, friendly personality and shows interest in the guy, he might get a better feeling she would say yes.
Of course there are also shy guys who just are too scared to ask someone out no matter what. So you have to know how to read a person. Basically good looking goes a long way to getting guys but it doesn't take you ALL the way.0