Now, a combination of both would be good depending on the type of relationship you have with the person. For example...if your grandma is the kindest lady on earth and she is ugly as ****...it wouldn't matter at all...because whether is was beautiful or not, you aren't attracted to her...you love her for being a great grandma...emotional family relationship connection. On the other hand...if you a person who is like me...who can't tolerate this link as something I would have sex with and love for the rest of my life, then both count. Outter beauty isn't always the best trait because a person can be a gigantic f***tard toward you...and just be cause they are hot...it doesn't make it nice...well, at least imo.
LOL, I have seen outter beauty getting people far in life...for example "Megan Fox" and I have seen inner beauty getting people far in life "Susan Boyle"...
So, ofcourse I picked Both but Inner beauty last longer though. (D)
I find that when a person has inner beauty, that's all I see when I look at them. Not to be corny or anything; I'm totally serious. My closest friends, who I know well enough to know that they are overflowing with inner beauty, really aren't that much to look at according to other people. I have very average looking friends, just like me. But I think they are all the most beautiful people I know.
Ok, honest to god, there needs to be both. Straight up with no bullsh*t, you will never fall in love with someone's inner beauty alone because you just can't fall in love with someone who you just don't feel the slightest draw to at all. On the flip-side, you can't fall in love with a hollow shell either, so there must be both.
I think people who downplay physical beauty are bullsh*tting themselves and being politically correct. Not saying it's everything (cause it's not), but there has to be some level of physical attraction within a relationship.
Friendship wise, inner beauty matters more. My friends tend to be lively