No no no, before you start ranting about having confidence and "omfg just because your face was transplanted for 5 bucks in a dirty alley doesn't mean you can't have confidence!" That's not what the fuck I'm talking about lol. I'm talking about you people who ARE attractive as fuck, regardless of confidence.
For christs sake, I know what the effect confidence has on how we perceive a person, please just disregard that. We all know you can look at a person who's hot as fuck and be like "DAYUM" before you ever see how they act. So anyways.. what's it like to be one of these people? (inb4 everyone completely avoids the question and rants about confidence anyways)
Most Helpful Girl
I consider myself attractive (or at least I am learning that). I get hit on quite a bit?
It is a conditional feeling—no matter how good you look, someone else will look better than you sometimes...
You feel good about yourself most of the time... but I try to use it as a gift, not a curse... like being deliberately kind to people intimidated by me.
But you get insecure about other things... how intelligent you are... how much money you make... how people perceive you... I hate making people jealous :/ I am always extra nice to the girl if her boyfriend is present...
You just worry about different things... and try to get better, like everyone else...3
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Most Helpful Guy
I very much doubt things are so straight forward in real life. You can't really walk around with your head held high, like you're the greatest thing sliced bread, if you don't want to be eternally loathed. To form one's personality structure on one's appearance is a surefire way to oblivion. Usually a person's weakness is their downfall, and attractive people surely have weaknesses in many other areas of their lives, that they have to wrest, like anyone else! Also, most 'objectively' attractive people likely don't think they're that attractive, either. They'll have terrible insecurities about it, because what is the 'money' for them - their particular strength, they fear losing it, or it eroding.0