Ok so I have a friend. He was introduced to this girl. He said she was kind of cute but kind of chubby. I told him to take her on a date and see how it goes. So they went out for coffee. He told me the date went well and she's really into him but... And I was like but what? He said "But I like hot girls." At that moment I kind have lost respect for him, to the point where I am debating whether to still be his friend or not. You can't complain then if a girl turns you down. He's average looking, slightly muscular, but he is no brad pitt or zyzz. Your thoughts?
Most Helpful Girl
More than that, they're just going to make themselves unhappy in life.
If outward appearance is your main standard for wanting to date someone, and you're not model-looking yourself, then odds are it will be difficult to find someone, and if you do the chance that they're manipulating or using you is higher. It is important to be attracted to the person you're with, but people who know how to value traits outside of just looks and give other things importance have healthier and happier relationships.0
Most Helpful Guy
Sure, it's a double standard just like some poor people seek out rich people. It's quite common that people prefer traits in other people that they them self do not posses. And it can be that very fact that makes them want it. I don't really see this as uncommon behavior.0