Ithink the question is oretty obvious.
Excluding celebrities (thought we shouldn't ), have you liked a person and thought "wow he/she's way out of my league?" Or "under" your league?
Do you think the term is irrelevant and that certain couples you did noot expect cab happen? I've seen a few.
Most Helpful Guy
I believe that it is a matter of perception, I consider myself to be about a 7 on a good day, maybe a 5 right after I get off of work ( nothing like good old manual labor to keep you humble) My girlfriend says I am about a 10 But she loves me and we all know that love is (thankfully) blind. If I believed in "leagues" I would not be with her, she is beautiful, successful, popular, but has a very powerful " I am better than you in every way". . . Aura I guess you would say. Not the type of girl you would expect to see with a Tall, Hairy, Overweight, Muscle bound hillbilly (Thanks me by the way) Here's my point If you timidly approach a woman or a man with the mindset that they are too hot or too smart or "out of your league" Then half of the battle is already lost, (just a figure of speech, don't try to fight them)1
Most Helpful Girl
No. I think that's a ridiculous idea. As if successful relationships happened to work out purely because both parties were compatible, on similar levels in terms of 'physical attractiveness'? If only.
That seems like a pretty backwards idea in my mind.0