Just curiosity, like most of my questions. I'm not saying I'm too ugly or whatever for a girlfriend, so don't think that. But is there anyone who thinks it might be possible for someone's appearance to ruin everything else about them.
No, I'm not saying that I think it's possible or impossible. It's best to keep your opinions ambiguous when asking questions like these.
Don't be afraid to say you think it is possible either if you're afraid of making it seem like looks are everything.
I don't want facial deformities to be considered either, just people who got some pretty crappy genes.
I really don't mean to offend anybody either with this question. If I did, feel free to voice your opinions about me in your answer ;) I won't get mad.
No. I've crushed on a couple not very physically attractive guys from what I hear from my friends but they did have a 'cute' personality, so I'm personally willing to go out with them anytime. I don't know about the rest of the girls. My school is filled with a lot of not appealing guys and it seems to be the case that girls are dating outside of the school for a reason.
As far as guys, I don't know. The ones that go to my school are super shallow. I'm starting to think that I'm too physically unattractive and that's why I keep getting rejected.
Overall, I don't think so. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Not at all. I think it all rests in confidence. For instance, if someone thinks they're so unattractive that they hide out in their house all of the time instead of going out and meeting people, they will probably have a really hard time finding a girlfriend/boyfriend. On the other hand, they could be the most unattractive person, but if they have a personality to outweigh it, I know there are people out there that will be attracted to that.
It's possible. Somebody's looks could be the very last thing on their minds. I've seen some terribly unattractive people in relationships so, yeah it's totally possible. I personally would never date someone who's unattractive, but everyone has their own preferences as to what they want in a relationship.