People come up with these lists pretending they are flawless. If someone were to judge them by the same standards they would fall under one of the categories. It’s ridiculous everyone is in one way flawed and has something that they don't what their significant other to know about.
Be realistic, you probably have issues too, why can't your significant other be the same. It’s unfair to say that the person you should date needs to be perfect without judging yourself as well. Whether that's in terms of looks or personality be realistic you’re not perfect either.
Finding a good person to date isn't about finding someone perfect but instead finding someone who is perfect for you
I'm no expert on relationships but people working together in a relationship takes lots of hard work and personalities that work. Even the simplest things can be deal breakers. For instance I love going to the movie theaters, sometimes I'll go 2 or 3 times a week. If someone didn't like going to the movie theater then they wouldn't be a great fit for me. To other people that one thing might be feeling comfortable hanging out with people of a specific race or culture, loving to read books or something else. So to pick out guys or girls in types then saying I need this type of guy or this type of girl and others aren't acceptable is a recipe for disaster.
Being a good person is more important than being rich and successful
If someone is a good person doesn't that count for more than fitting into a certain category? If someone is a good person and genuinely wants what's best for their partner doesn't that count as an important factor?
Most people that seem to have looks, money, personality and everything else one would need to seem ideal make their significant other expendable
The easier it is to get guys or girls to date you the more expendable their boyfriend or girlfriends are. Why would a 30 year old guy settle for a women his age when he could get a younger hotter women in her 20's? Some people don't seem to understand this including men. The hotter people get the less likely they are to give someone a chance as opposed to breaking up with them.