Long story short, a friend and I were just disagreeing about this. He seems to think that only teenagers care about looks and that once they grow up, the looks of another person don't matter to them anymore. He also thinks that only rich and middle class people, put a great deal of merit on looks. He said "poor people don't do that".
I told him that, all people of all ages put a great deal of merit on looks. In fact, it plays a big part for most people before they even think of getting into a relationship. I also told him, that money has nothing to do with if someone cares about looks or not. He doesn't seem to agree with any of that, he truly believes once a person hits adulthood they no longer care about looks and looks alone. I know better, I know whether someone is 16 or 106, they still can put a big importance on being with someone attractive and stuff.
So, what do you think? Does age and money make a difference in a person caring about looks or not?
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Some degree of looks are important but if you look in college the girls are scrambling to find the guy who can provide and looks are less important. Many women have dated that good looking guy only to know she never had 100% of him and he stopped developing as a person.
You leave the USA and women go crazy over a real man, one who is not pretty but will be happy and feel blessed to have them in their life. If you look at Hollywood women are traded like whores in a whore house.0