Several guys on this site have decided that if a girl finds humor attractive she is shallow.
So not only is it shallow to have physical preferences, it is now shallow to have preferences for personality traits.
One guy has also said that its shallow to be attracted to intelligence.
So to those of you who think it is shallow, what are we allowed to have a preference for? If humor and intelligence are shallow traits to look for, what else can be? Kindness? Honesty, integrity? Basically everything?
Most Helpful Guy
Nah everyone is butthurt and everyone is shallow... Essentially if you're not attracted to someone they'll be pissed that you're not into them. As for being shallow, if you're attracted to a person at all you're shallow otherwise why would you be dating them? People who think they're morally superior because they like people who are borderline if not morbidly obese as opposed to thin girls are the kind of idiots I hate... if you're attracted to someone physically you can be shallow it doesn't actually matter whether the person is thin or large it's the fact you like them based on stupid reasons.0
Most Helpful Girl
Uh, wow. I don't think so, these days if you're not attracted to a certain group of people you'll get bashed for it. (Especially hate hypocritical anti-feminist fucks who think feminists are oversensitive people, some are - but obviously not all, but come right back around and get offended when girls ask for the traits of a decent human being.) Like, "How dare you like someone for their looks and personality, but I want to find a girl with big tits, likes sports and games, does house work chores, does everything, BUT HOW DARE YOU BE ATTRACTED TO ATTRACTIVE PEOPLE AND GOOD PERSONALITIES YOU'RE SO SHALLOW."
How the fuck are you supposed to be attracted to people then? If not by their looks OR personality, when is attraction not shallow? It's like people (both female and male) expect this perfect human being to fall in their lap just because they exist and if they're not that perfect human being's "type" they're automatically shallow and obviously - how dare you have standards.1