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Lol I'm obese and I'm prettier than most thin girls I meet. Are we talking about body types or faces?
Anyone can be ugly depending on who's looking. Guys who like fat girls have literally told me thy think I'm sexy, to my face, which is always awkward. I think they're on crack but I understand that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I'm also into girls and I don't find incredibly thin women attractive either. Some people think they're hot. Whether or not something is attractive or ugly depends on who's behind the lens.
I've seen plenty of girls who are not obese whom would be considered ugly. I usually say very unattractive instead of ugly but I have friends who are not so kind and do fact consider those same girls as having ugly faces. I guess I do too but I won't say it that way unless I don't like someone. It is true that even an ugly person can have something beautiful about them, but that's less about beauty in the "attractive or unattractive" line of thought and more about finding individual features fascinating, the human body fascinating. That's a different conversation. not really about attraction.
It's not a big deal but it isn't logical to uphold standards of beautiful or pretty and have nothing on the opposite end of the spectrum. Average I guess is your way of saying in the middle. Something can't be in the middle without two opposite ends on either side. So you have pretty...and logically you must have ugly as well. In order to determine or study what is very attractive (pretty/beautiful/hot/whatever), aside from what is just okay (average), you must have some standard of what is very unattractive (ugly, fat, whatever) as well. Body types are one thing, faces are another. Just as you make it a point to say that I am less attractive in terms of my body because I am fat, it is logical for someone to find your face ugly. You have to be consistent. You can't have black without white, up without down, intelligent without dumb, etc. In order to praise beauty you must at the same time point out what is ugly. At least if you want to be rational and consistent.