I don’t understand how men can say “Looks don’t matter as much down the road, but they definitely matter at first. There has to be attraction.” So, let me get this straight...you see a gorgeous girl with a terrific personality, and an ugly girl with an even better personality, but you choose the gorgeous girl. You get to know the gorgeous girl, and realize she’s awesome, but not as awesome as the ugly girl. So, you marry her, because she’s hot. You fall in love, you have a couple of kids, she gets saggy boobs, stretch marks, her face becomes riddled with wrinkles, her hair turns gray and starts to fall out, but you don’t care, because you love her. Yet, for some bizarre unknown reason, you’re incapable of overlooking the ugly woman’s flaws the same way you overlooked the pretty woman’s flaws. Makes. No. Sense. Can someone please explain this?
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it's like having an ugly car that gives you 55 mpg v. a ferrari that gives you 40 mpg, you would sacrifice that 15 mpg for a sexy car, right? So attraction is kind of like the same thing (this mainly applies to an attractive person going for an "unattrative" person.2