For example, a girl expecting the guy she dates to have a good job, but doesn't work herself and barely finished high school. Or s guy Who only wants super fit women, but never goes to the gym nor eats healthy
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Most Helpful Guy
As a general rule, people mate assortatively.
Like mates with like.
Looking for complimentary qualities in a mate may seem hypocritical but here's the thing... it's not the business of anyone outside the relationship to judge.
Mating is not an exercise in fairness. If one partner is always good with money while the other is always able to diffuse tense situations... that's a good thing. Yet it's not an equal distribution of qualities.
Funny how the hypocrisy idea only gets dragged out when we talk about wealth, physical fitness and sexual experience. It like other people can see these things or something.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
For some things yes. However if it's a personality trait then no, because I usually go for people who have different traits to me and often learn from them. For example confidence or generosity or trusting etc... For things like jobs and fitness yes I do think it's hypocritical.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE