This guy is for me a 9. I mean wtf will a 10 be if you rate this guy an 8?koolaidshade wrote: ↑1 week agoIf we were to base things off a normal distribution curve, where 5 is the average/median, and most of the relevant population are between a 4 and 6, an 8 would be very rare (maybe less than a few percent of the population).
You'd have a better chance at getting a million dollars via some other method.
I know its like of subjective, but as an 8 you'd probably end up looking more or less the same caliber as scott eastwood or the girl in my avi as a male or female, respectively
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You think a hair transplant would bump your SMV at least 1 point?Afro_Vacancy wrote: ↑1 week agoI'd rather be an 8, but that reflects my life situation.
Relative to other North Americans men of my age group, I'm like a 7/10 for money and a 4.5/10 for looks. I'm not sure about the exact numbers but that's about where I am. So obviously I'd rather be upgraded to 8/10 for looks than 8.5/10 for money.
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I don't think that a good looking person needs to become a model or actress to profit off their looks.
They can go into medicine, law, business, academia, and still profit off of their looks. They'll end up doing better than their equally competent peers, simply because everybody else instinctively enjoys their company more, gives them slightly more space, etc.
Oh yeah but they certainly are likely to marry a richer spouse, as you say.
My observation is that when you are below a 5, it's practically not possible to find a decent looking women. I don't know your standards but I read you don't mind to date a bit a chubby one.
You could play with your most positive aspect: Your intelligence. Some women actually do find smart people (as long as they don't come of autistic) very sexy. Question would be, how to find them