I'm just curious due to the fact that attractiveness is only within the eye of the beholder and different people(women/girls in my case) see different things, Although one girl hated my guts and thought that I was a gross little creep and wasn't ''cool' or ''hot'' enough for her, I have still been asked out on dates by five different girls and hit on told that I am ''cute'' by at least seven but I think that this is pretty typical or the ''normal'' experience for most guys in their teens and twenties so I can't be certain but I am very grateful for the attention I do get minus the cheerleader/sorority girls in high school and college who weren't interested.
I still look like my photo, just age him five years and that's what you get with me now.
Physical attractiveness is obviously a matter of preference, but there are a few things (at least in Western society) that are nearly-universal traits of physical attractiveness in men. Keep in mind that these rules apply to most (not all) women, so there will always be exceptions. But generally there is peer-reviewed scientific evidence to back them up. Most of these traits are associated with high levels of testosterone, which means the guy who has them is likely to have a high replication value.
1) Height. Most women prefer a man who is at least 3 to 5 inches taller than they are.
2) Facial symmetry. Men and women both prefer people with as much facial symmetry as possible, because it's usually indicative of good genes and general healthiness.
3) A high chest-to-waist ratio (i.e. broad shoulders and a relatively narrower waist). Women tend to prefer men whose bodies are V-shaped.
4) A strong, pronounced jawline.
5) Physical fitness - you should be in shape and have a decent amount of muscle tone. Beeing too skinny or too fat is a sign of poor health.
Well, back in high school a few girls would always grab my tush. That always told me a thing or two. If you're getting any sort of compliments from the opposite gender, then yeah, you might just be attractive.