Maybe neither. Probably worst is being rejected by a girl who lacks neither of these qualities, I imagine.
You kind of prep yourself for failure if you go after a beautiful, intelligent, successful woman. It's like, "Ah, I gave it a shot."
Often young guys are intimidated by those girls they develop a crush on, who might often be more like "next-door-neighbor" types if they're still doing that whole silly crushing thing.
That said, guys don't seem generally attracted to smart, successful girls unless they're fairly good-looking. That's not to say they don't *want* a smart, successful girl, but simply that it's not the quality that *attracts* them so much as qualities like looks and charisma.
Attractive girls are more intimidating to approach.
I feel like smart succesful girls are more likely to be condescending and bitchy when reject me but you dont know how smart or acomplished someone is until you approach them and beauty is what intimidates me more when it comes to approaching.
They're not always exclusive... I would think a lot of the women i have been interested in have been smart, reasonably successful and beautiful. I voted A - because it feels more like a personality flaw if there's no match.
I said B an offer an opinion. Good looking girls did not earn their looks and develop an entitlement mentality just like welfare queens. Successful girls who earned their accomplishments CAN decide you have what they need, even if you are generally marginal. But you have to have something they need and be at peace with your place in life. Margaret Thatcher is an example.
I sort of hate this question for suggesting that these two types are mutually exclusive, that smart girls can't be good-looking? Doesn't reflect reality in my world, my friend.
I wouldn't be afraid of rejection by good-looking girls because I am trained to expect that. If I was rejected by an ugly girl (that's what you meant, right?) it would be more hurtful i. e. "I can't get an ugly girl."
For me, i'd be humiliated more than afraid if i was rejected by girls who had neither of these. I'd only see it as a loss if I'm rejected by a girl I liked, nothing more. A loss for me, and a loss for her.
Society and the feminists tell us to pick the first one. But evolution and natural selection tell me to pick the second option. I'm more worried about the hot chicks than the "successful ones". If she were really successful she'd be hot anyway.
I would feel a guy would be more intimidated by a smart girl later on because he will not be able to manipulate her or trick her into doing what he wants. I'm not saying all guys are like this, but there are guys who love dumb good looking girls.