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That is a reeeally interesting question. How about, they may have a fairly good idea that empirically they are (based on the reactions they get from other people/strangers), but they don't all value it as being that signficiant or important (but some would). Very intelligent + beautiful = good head on their shoulders and modest?
I wouldn't have thought that but that's interesting.
Maybe it shouldn't/can't be measured by the total number of people that respond to them (because they would have no way of being a completely different person and calculating what it's like to be them - except for downplaying their looks with poor style choices, etc.), but it's measured on how many other also very attractive people respond to them - people on their same level?
That is a good point about other attractive people responding to them lol. I'm not sure attractive people always get a lot of attention though. I feel like this leads into how much of attractions is relative / subjection and why people feel attraction. I do believe that people tend to learn what they can get so much of the public becomes a "no" for them which overtime may feel like their attraction was always that way when it was really shaped with experiences. I remember talking to a girl that I don't find attractive that said she is hit on all the time. I'm just like "huh really" 🤨 inside.
Well we have all heard by now that people who are rated as being good looking (objectively online, showing just one still image, never meeting them in person) are symmetrical. We've got all this technology to measure everything now, including going back in time to measure past successful celebrities, etc. But maybe what you're talking about now is more overall attractiveness... and that could be a sort of whole package situation. You're right, "not all attractive people always get a lot of attention". Probably because of how they present (style) and carry themselves, body language, and personality comes through. (Do they look stuck up, conceited, aloof, in a bad mood, unfriendly?) Yep, it all contributes to overall attractiveness and approachability. I was thinking good examples are Tom Hanks and Steve Carell and maybe Will Ferrell, who are decent looking and probably pretty symmetrical, but not overly so, yet they're so well loved because of their outstanding characters and personality.
Don't know if you agree, but if you do what female well known people do you think are examples of this? Men would be a better judge of women.Don't know what to make of the girl you mentioned who you didn't find attractive. Either...1) Beauty is subjective and personal and in the eye of the beholder2) She's a flirt/very warm and nice and friendly, so gets good feedback3) She's conceited, and it wasn't really true she gets hit on all the time
"Don't know if you agree, but if you do what female well known people do you think are examples of this? Men would be a better judge of women."I don't understand. What do you mean?No the girl isn't really warm and friendly. She is fairly loud but she's also a big introvert. I think she gets hit on a lot because she lives in a really ghetto town and people in those towns tend to "holla" at girls quite often. Either that or guys are more interested in girls over 100 pounds overweight that I would have thought.
Ha ha. Well 100+ lb overweight is not so big on many peoples' wish lists, is it (maybe some, but not the majority). She probably has more than a little 'junk in the trunk' then. I just meant, if you agreed with my - Steve Carell Tom Hanks a bit over average attractiveness/but excellent personalities therefore considered very attractive people in general - philosophy, then what would the female equivalents in our society be? But you don't have to agree with it.
She does weigh her weight pretty well. She is probably many black mens' dream.I'm not really into celebrities. I really don't pay attention to them. I bet there are a bunch though. Maybe Sandra Bullock.
Ok, np. Sandra Bullock is above average, I'm sure. She's just considered 'America's sweetheart'. (Yet she speaks fluent German - I believe it's on her mother' side.)
She is in the top percentile of women in America i m o. I'm not sure about now though. Nothing wrong with speaking another language! I've been working on Spanish as a hobby.
I'm German on my mother's side too so that's cool. I would have guessed her to be more Eastern European and maybe a bit of Spanish, Portuguese or French.
No, for example if you were to wake up every day and look at yourself in the mirror you would just get tired and automatically call yourself ugly even when you're not because you're bored of your appearance.
That's true and I can also see why a straight person wouldn't find themselves attractive by looking the a mirror.I'm thinking they may know due to realizing they resemble conventionally attractive images, and (the biggest reason) because they get lots of attention from the opposite sex?
Hey! Nice to see you again. :)Most of them do, some don't. That's why those who don't gets surprised when they receive compliments or gets asked out a lot.
Hey, you've been gone awhile stranger 🙂It's nice to see you too madam Genie!If they start getting compliments or getting asked out a lot then I guess they figure out they are pretty attractive then?I hope all is going well.
In women we usually don't know if we are coz girls have a lot of insecurities in theirselves and usually when we got a compliment from another person we tend to misunderstood it like they just want to boost our confidence or they are sarcastic..😅
I can see if girls give girls compliments that they'd want to boost the girls confidence, and I know girls to bond or build friendships that way. I wouldn't see them as being sarcastic though.
Well yeah.. But some girls are overthinker. That includes me, i admit..😅
I feel like I can tell if someone is sincere, but in general I think it's harder for us guys to know because women are generally masters at hiding these things.
Haha.. But for sure every women ever think that they're ugly in themselves most especially while looking in the mirror..😂😂
That's so weird lol. You women aren't ugly. You know guys don't think that at least. I think us guys often think we are ugly too though. I guess it's because we are straight which makes all of this hard to understand.
Yeah, I'm sure they've been showered in compliments enough times to know and looking in the mirror should be an obvious enough reminder. That's not the case with every good looking person though.
I'm not so sure. I'd think even an average or plain girl gets a fair amount of compliments. I think guys would get a lot less. Plus you think people can tell they are attractive when looking in the mirror huh? I can't tell if a guy is attractive well at all.
The majority of attractive people I've known were usually oozing with confidence and self awareness... perhaps they were faking it I don't know.
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