Would you rather have 10 on your appearance than your personality?
because for me I'd love to be rated 10 on personality LOL I found many people here are awesome yet they still wanted to be rated their appearance by others. :(
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Some people would say someone else's opinion on a personality is irrelevant. Most people have friends/family to give perspective on personality. And most people you would meet during the day or just talk to for a second in the line at the grocery store aren't really a concern for you to make a personality judgement. We generally assume most people are nice and pleasant to have a conversation with. Its easier to see the personality of the masses as pleasant or awesome.
Appearances are like personality in that most people are good looking in a normal way. Most people just look however they look and its not bad. There are outliers in both directions with what our society today calls beautiful and ugly but for the most part majority is in the, you look fine zone.
The thing about appearance though is, we tend to put more emphasis on the negative part of it. Its like the good/bad luck complex. The more you keep in mind the good things on your life the more you and others will see you as lucky. Everyone has just as much good and bad things happen to them in their lifetime so the idea of someone being lucky is irrelevant.
We see ourselves as having a bad hair day or whatever and think it happens all the time. When really it probably happens once a month maybe. thats only 12 days out of 365. I would say thats a good thing. So its harder for us to convince ourselves we look in the good way we feel we should look. So we ask others for help to see what they think about us. Our personalities don't need as much attention from strangers because thats what family and friends are for.
Truthfully I wouldn't want to be rated in any way. I might not mind it as much as long as I had a base comparison. Like a person most people would know, then rate me and others based off that person. But why rate anything that isn't a form of competition. I'm still me regardless how you rate me. So the rating is not necessary unless it puts me or others in a more positive state of mind.1
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