I think a lot of people are kind of confused or maybe in denial about this subject. Me being one of them. Because let's face it anytime one of us on here asks which do you prefer looks or personality... we almost always say personality, and sometimes that's just not true. Obviously we'd all prefer a nice mix of both, but do you ever get asked out by a guy, that's super nice but just isn't good looking and you can't even imagine yourself being attracted to them, and you say no and when they say why? You come out with the good old excuse of I don't want a relationship or I don't want it to be awkward and ruin our friendship, when in your head your like we're in different leagues. Trust me I know the leagues thing is a stupid idea and usually I try to deter people from believing in or using it, but a lot of us think about it, even a little subconsciously from time to time. So my question is do you ever feel guilty for doing this?, or maybe your an awesome person and never do it... either way, what do you think?
Most Helpful Guy
No I don't feel bad about. Getting into a relationship with someone who I wasn't sexually/physically attracted to wouldn't be fair to either of us cause it would leave me unsatisfied.
Personality IS more important than looks, but that doesn't mean that looks don't matter at all. There still has to be that bare minimum of attraction.3
Most Helpful Girl
Nah, no need to feel bad because for whatever reason, because of how they look or some aspect of their personality, for not being into someone. I'd feel more guilty if I told them I was interested when that wasn't the whole truth then essentially led them on versus just saying sorry, but I'm not feeling it.2