Which is more superficial: liking someone for their looks or their money?

And which would you say is worse and why?

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Most Helpful Guy

  • I'd say liking someone for their money is more superficial.

    The body (including looks) is part of the self. This is true in spite of the fact that many of us live in societies influenced by religions that view body and spirit/mind as separate things.

    Clearly, money isn't a part of the self. However, if someone is rich, that may be a reflection of deeper personal qualities whether good or bad. Though looks are to a large extent out of your control, they can be influenced by diet, exercise, hygiene, etc, and so someone's looks may also be a reflection of deeper personal qualities.

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What Girls Said 4

  • Eh, below the superficial is the subconscious. So, I'm gonna digress :P for a sec

    People go for looks because it usually means health so if we're attracted to them we wanna mate with them...etc etc..you see where I'm going.

    Money is the means to provide so I can see how subconsciously anyone would like that...babies would be taken care of..etc etc

    This is all from a nature stand point

    Now, above the subconscious is the superficial.

    When we, as people, make conscious decisions to like someone just for looks or money, that's shallow.

    I think it's worse to like someone for their money than looks, it's hard to measure wrong and I think they're both wrong.

    However, to pursue someone just on what they have and nothing "about" them is liked then that seems a tad bit worse...

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  • more superficial money.

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  • Both. I can't choose.

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  • I say, money.

    You have to like someone's looks SOME to be with them, but if you ONLY like their looks, it's just as bad.

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What Guys Said 6

  • I think liking someone for their looks isn't really all that superficial. We all tend to have our own perceptions of what we find attractive and we tend to gravitate towards those who possess those qualities. That's just human nature.

    When someone is attracted to another person's wealth, even if they're not attracted to the persons looks, character or morality, that is superficial and immoral.

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  • Your personality is expressed through the way you carry yourself, your body language and the way you style yourself and groom your appearance. So it's a reflection of who you are to a small extent.

    Your cash could say something about you (high achiever, go getter...) or it could not (inherited, daddy's $$...)

    So I say money liking someone for their money is more superficial.

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  • Money.

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  • liking someone for their d*** size!

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  • Money because that has nothing to do with the person.money is just an object that a person has At least looks is part of the person and there is nothing wrong with wanting somebody attractive.

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  • It would be, naturally, liking someone for their money.

    Since money is always looked at something like evil and you can use it anyway you want it and even make the world go square, it's always superficial when you go with a person just because of that.

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