Overall it's urban dictionary but I edited some bits:1- Monster can't look at them or they'll burn your eyes out. 2- Heinous, Busted- Needs plastic surgery. 3- Plain Ugly- Someone who was born ugly. 4- Below Average/Unattractive- Someone you'd never go out with. 5-Average, could be slightly unnatractive, someone you wouldn't look at twice. 6- Barely Do-able, wouldn't date them, but they can look OK if they try hard, also wouldn't look twice.7- Cute- someone you wouldn't be ashamed of, I could settle for this but at the same time I would be thinking I could do better. 8-Generally Hot/Good Looking- definitely datable.9-Super Smoking Hot- People you don't see in public often and most likely out, of my league10- Perfection- dosen't exist but someone can and definitely out of my leagueIMO the 1-10 scale will only apply to you/yourself. e.g. If I saw a guy and thought he was really hot I would give him a 10 because he is exactly my type. But in reality he's probably only an 8, he could never be a model he's attractive to most or many but not to everyone.Another point it how attractive the person rating actually is, you can't expect a 2 to rate anyone above 5 because to them everyone above that would probably be attractive. In the same way you can't get a 10 to rate anything below 6 because they would probably think anything below that is ugly.People say they would go no lower than a 7, but could a 7 to you be a 6 to me?
Well I really think it depends on the person and what kind of a relationship you have with them. Like a 1 for me would be somone who it like but ugly and has no personality and is really stupid an not athletic what so ever. And a 10 would be the complete oposite of that. But 9, 8, 7s are like high on thos and sorta drop as it goes down the scale. And probs lowest I would go no lower then a 7 probably.
my god this is stupid
Girls how do you rate? 1-10 what does each number mean to you?
To me I rate like this: 10 - If I think your good looking 9- I want it to be believable I think your good looking 8- I'm saying your average <--... Show More