Say someone was making advances at you and you could clearly tell that they're interested. Would you reject them even if you found them interesting if you felt like they were too good looking or something? Would insecurity stop you from chasing after a good thing?
- Yes because I'd always feel inferior. I desire balance.Vote A
- Hell no! That's a great opportunity! Score!Vote B
Most Helpful Girl
To be honest I would because I would be insecure about other attractive women around him and what his friends might say like,
"You could do better, bro."
Which is strange because I couldn't care if someone was "unattractive" and wanted to date me. I guess it's like a demon in the back of my head saying,
"You can do better than me bro. Why even settle for a dumpling?"
This is purely on appearance though. If someone had a better personality I am all for that, because that is something I feel a constant need to become a better person and good people inspire me to do better things.1
Most Helpful Guy
Yes actually, there's only one girl that I've ever felt like that about and she's one of my closest friends. I started imagining us being romantically involved after she started dropping hints that she was interested in something more and I realized that I would never want a relationship with her because I know she's so much better than me that if we ever did get into a relationship she would eventually leave me and I love her too much as a person and a friend to ever risk not having her in my life.1
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