I'm only asking from a health standpoint, not necessarily a looks standpoint. I know some people who eat healthy and workout and moderate their diets and activity want the same in a partner, even if their partner may be a little heavier or maybe not the hottest thing in the world. But some people genuinely don't care or have a double standard for their partner.
So how important is it for you and your partner to share the same active, healthy lifestyle?
- I have an active, healthy lifestyle and would like the same of my partner.57%(42)58%(88)Vote59%(46)
- I have an active, healthy lifestyle, but I don't care if my partner doesn't.8%(6)9%(13)Vote9%(7)
- I don't have an active, healthy lifestyle, but would like my partner to.11%(8)10%(15)Vote9%(7)
- I don't have an active, healthy lifestyle and I don't care if my partner does.20%(15)16%(24)Vote12%(9)
- Honestly, I don't care if we have the same lifestyle as long as my partner is hot.4%(3)7%(12)Vote11%(9)
Most Helpful Guy
It's not just important to me. It's a deal-breaker, maybe THE deal-breaker.2
Most Helpful Girl
I voted A but honestly, my lifestyle isn't THAT active and healthy. I run a couple days a week and go to the gym another 1-2 times. I like veggies but I also like delicious and unhealthy food. I've lost 10lbs in the last three months, and I did it while eating ice cream almost every night.
As for my partner, he has to at least make an effort to take care of himself. My ex wasn't active and he wouldn't even try to eat healthy - he was the pickiest eater ever and ate pizza at least 3 times a week. And he was skinny, so he could kind of get away with it. It was truthfully a turn off though.0