I have often been told that I look 'cute' but no one has told me that I am 'hot' (because I'm probably not hot, anyway). And my dating life is pretty much non-existent, because women apparently aren't 'attracted' to me.
So in general, do 'cute' guys have a much harder time getting dates, compared to 'hot' guys? And girls, would you usually prefer the hot guy over the cute one, assuming both were equally 'qualified' to date you in other ways?
Girls fawn over 'hot' guys but in the long run are more likely to approach 'cute' guys more. There is something scary about dating an incredibly stunning man and worrying every second that he could find someone hotter than you.
I'm not sure. For me, I need to connect mentally... so if one has a better sense of humor and can talk to me and carry a conversation, I would be more inclined to date him. If the hot guy was unapproachable and seemed cold, I would move on. Same if the cute guy was like that.
I am a professional musician who has helped prepare Broadway Musicals for amateur groups (Sound of Music, My Fair Lady, etc.) There was this cast party, and I had made it plain at the start of rehearsals that I had filed for divorce a few months before, and it would be final during the run of the Musical (kind of as an open-ended hint to anyone who was similarly inclined). There was this girl who kept telling me how cute I was, and so I cornered her during one of the "steam-blowing-off" meetings at a cast-member's house, and asked her if she wanted to "do it" and she said: "No I think of you as a teddy bear, not in sexual terms whatsoever". Another time when working as an arranger for this company, one of the company owners invited me and my girlfriend over to his house to have dinner with his wife (who was known to drink a few too many glasses of wine on occasion) - after she got half-blasted, she came over to me and said: "You're Sho Cute!" hic.
I'd rather be thought of as a rugged bad-ass, to tell you the truth.
Yes it is harder.
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