Now I have to say, and couldn't help but notice that people who you would consider "pretty" or "beautiful" have many advantages and are generally put at the top of the rank. For one, you'll see that they most likely might have more friends, more people talk to them, they get nominated to do stuff (class activities), more people respect you, just basic stuff like that. But it seems as so if you're not physically attractive enough for someone, they won't talk to you for whatever reason. It's pretty shallow if you ask me..I can say that I would consider myself rather attractive. I mean I like to take care of myself, and generally on the days I consider myself to look good people treat me nicer than usual, but when I have an off day where I just want to chill, people tend to treat me poorly. It's weird
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Congrats! You've figured out a basic truth of life! It's probably an even bigger deal when you're still in school than it is later in life, but it still matters a great deal then too.
I remember when I was in school, my girlfriend would get nominated to be an officer of pretty much every group she was in. She even held regional and state positions. Now I love her and think she was great and all, but I can guarantee you she held all of those positions based in no small part on the fact that she was smoking hot. I mean, when people from other schools are voting for you, they have no idea what you stand for. All they see is that (in her case) you're a hot blond with a smoking body and if they vote you in, they'll at least have you to look at rather than the joe schmoe from the other school.
Of course, I had the good sense never, EVER to tell her this little observation. . .1