Most Helpful Guy
Well, to name a few.
A - You have a stronger chance of interacting and seeing people for who they truly are. Trust me when I tell you very few things offer greater clarity then a person who is NOT looking to get that SOMETHING from you, but STILL chooses to be your friend.
B - You can blend in better and not be noticed. This can be a good thing in many social settings.
C - In my experience, people who were born conventionally unattractive or more developed on a character level than people who were born attractive. Being born attractive is a surprisingly POWERFUL crutch. You have a stronger ability to influence people and get what you want, it's nothing but a plus, especially in today's society where superficiality is very prominent. People who were born without this crutch are often forced to sharpen their other characteristics and talents in order to get somewhere in life. This can often manifest itself into a wittier personality in order to win people over, etc. Of course, I'm not saying you can't be witty AND good looking, I'm just saying it has a tendency to affect the numbers surprisingly often.2
Most Helpful Girl
I've never been considered extremely attractive before, I've always been considered smart and nerdy/cute. The pros of being stereotypically unattractive is that I am used to others ignoring me. I rely on my street smart, overall personality/how I treat others, and my book smarts to get by.1