I realized that people favored my looks when I was a preteen, as it really didn't matter to me until I became interested in dating girls at that time. I began to realize I was on to something when the hottest girls in school talked about me and wanted to date me. As an adult I still get the bad chicks that want to screw me, do me, and play with me to the point that guys want to befriend me just to hang with me when I go out without my significant other. But that's not how I roll. Either I roll with my girl or I roll olo, by myself. Just last Saturday night I was at a club, alone, and this extremely beautiful, light eyed, curly haired brunette walked passed me. Well I grabbed her hand and she looked at me, and reacted by walking up to me and hugging me tightly for few seconds while she asked me questions about myself, instead of the other way around. There were other experiences that night, but anyway...
I don't know. It took a long, long time. When I was in grade school, only a very few guys got much attention, and they were always good looking and popular and jocks. I knew I sucked at sports so it was hard to tell if I was ugly or good looking on top of that. High school I went to an all males school, tbh, most guys I knew didn't really date much, you needed to be pretty outgoing and go to the right parties or you just ... barely knew girls to ask out. I started getting somewhere near the end of hs, and got a girlfriend. Stuff with that kind of ground my confidence down even though looking back there were other girls interested in me, the way things with my girlfriend were made me feel I must be ugly.
Then met my wife, for a while before and after felt pretty good, but again, got ground down and thinking I must be ugly again. Eventually on my own got rid of that, but still ... I think I'm average, which I know means that some girls think I'm slightly cute, others not their type at all. Average plus if I'm her type means I'd have a chance.
1) Yes. 2) Preschool 3) The cutest girl in the preschool walked up to me on the first day, sat down next to me and said you're cute and then preseded to bribe me with candy to get in my good graces. =P This was further enforced in elementary school with girls crushing on me and getting all gushy when I passed out Valentine's day cards. And then continues on forever... I wasn't all that interested in girls until middle school though.
I was an ugly duckling. I was really ugly when I was younger and it wasn't until after high school that I started to mature physically. Hell I didn't start growing facial hair until I was 24. I had my growth spurt early but everything else came VERY late. That's when I started to get female attention especially when I lost a lot of weight.
1. I consider myself "Doable". Since it's a binary system I pass.
2. I realized I was doable when I was about 17 just because my entire family is beautiful and I am the ugliest of them all. I have two cousins who are literally models. And their mothers were models or of model quality or married rich men because they were really hot. OR a combination. Yeah. Oh, and the men? Huge for no reason, muscular and delicious, really good shit.
3. I realized it when I read a book on the psychology of physical attraction and realized I have a lot of the ratios. That's about it. I have the shape even if I'm not in shape.
Eh I'd say in recent years. Last 2 or so. I used to be extremely overweight, so never really figured I'd be much to look at. Said fuck it one day, got into decent shape, have a look in the mirror now and again and be like damn I'm sexy.
1.I find myself to be attractive. I'd go for an 8 if I had to rate.
2.I think when I reached 19.
3.Finally started to see that I have value & much to offer a person in a relationship.
I was naive my entire life. I stopped lying to myself, because the way I perceived myself isn't how the world reacted to me. It was this year (27) that everything came crashing down.
I think by like Sophomore year of high school I knew.
Because you could be the best looking person in the world, but if you're fat, you're simply not attractive. That's really how it goes, at least in our society. At your optimal weight you could be model like in facial features and all, but once that weight comes on, that all goes out the window.
3. A lot of it had to do with people's opinion. Some would say hot some would say ugly. Some would say I'm alright. That is when I realized, it doesn't matter then. Its in the eye of the beholder. That is when I became confident as well.
i always thought I was beautiful , in a sort of secret non contemporary way. when I was around 15 I noticed other people started to share my view. by 19 it was generally acknowledged by people I knew, and strangers id meet, that I'm an attractive person. though by then my personality had developed into something I liked alot. I finally had a very concrete idea of who I was, what I believed and what I would not accept. I think, so I'm sure this made me appear more attractive, as being comfortable with yourself is attractive. I don't really expect to meet people who don't find me attractive on some level, though there are many who will not be attracted to me. I'm definitely not everyones 'type'.
1. I'm a 3/10 or 4/10. Average to slightly below average.
2. I was a gorgeous child. Awkward looking around puberty and I think around 18/19 once I finally finished maturing I realized how OK I am.
3. Looking in the mirror & old pictures of myself. My best friends and I would look at our old pictures and old school ID's and we realized how far we've come in terms of appearance. But I look in the mirror and see that I'm merely average to below average. I'm not beautiful and nothing about me stands out.
Guys tell me I'm cute, which translates into average (realistically).
3. I've been told countless times lol and I previously worked for a company who's notorious for hiring attractive people. I personally haven't fully accepted the fact until about this year and part of it has to do with me constantly looking for flaws in myself.
I was a late bloomer until I was about 18 guys never paid me no attention unless it was to tease me. Then they wouldn't leave me alone. But back to the question yes as my dad used to say I'm very easy on the eyes.