A lady of the evening told me this story , Give a handsome man affection and he thinks he's doing you a favor but give an ugly man the same affection and he treats you as a goddest for life .
Good answer. And oh so true.
Thank you , Now at My age good home cookin matters the most , Then she's even more than a goddest to me .
goddess my friend
Ooops , A bit to much est added on the end :-) , It has to be my German Accent
cause the standard of beauty for women is higher than that for men. Men need to be functional, women need to be attractive.
I am attracted to a mans brain..not his pockets..<br />
bulgling with money, or whatever he may think is his gift to women
Maybe that "beautiful" woman doesn't see herself as a "beautiful woman"? Maybe she happens to love him for who he is and how she is when she's with him, and looks don't even factor into the equation? Perhaps neither of them are shallow and they know that looks don't make a good relationship- compatibility and chemistry does?
Personality, confidence!! But there does have to be something thats attractive about them too. Like thier eyes, smile, something.
Because the one person who truly treats her like a queen is also the one who thinks he does not deserve her...
Because women have class
Because women looks for good qualities in a man's personality.
Whenever you see a really good looking woman with an Ugly man or vise versa.<br />
You can be sure MONEY is involved .
Funny, I or we say the same thing about guys.
Well lets face it ,,,,,,,It is the truth. People can make up all the fairy tales about True Love,and how Love is all that matters. People with experience, know that MONEY has great Power. The power to make an UGLY person ,"Not Attractive" but Tolerable . After a few years of marriage you get used to each other and looks really are not that important. It is only at the initial stage ,when your looking for a mate that looks come into play. :)
cause wise women are not so superficial, and they know what's really important and a<br />
man begins to look more attractive as you fall in love with him and we know that!
They either have deep pockets or a silver tongue.
ooooh, I like this description.
an uglier guy may appreciate the woman better because he wants to keep her more than a good looking guy that feels "ehh! if this chick leaves me there are hundreds of others out there who would love to go on a date with me!"
Well, first off beauty or ugliness is in the eye of the beholder. Second, perhaps the ladies in question are seeking something beyond mere physical appearance such as a good heart, or a sense of humor, or intelligence, manners, or pick one. Third, the heart wants what the heart wants and any argument you are trying to make to the contrary ba<x>sed on an assumed logic that physical appearance is is the sole and best criteria for selecting a mate will fall flat.
Women are attracted to money and power primarily. Looks only for one night stands. Money and power for relationships
Sad but true. Usually this is shallow.
Because she has low self-esteem and prob got cheated on a lot so she finds an ugly guy no girl wants and just settles
tried that once - got cheated on. it was pooey :(
Because he either is rich or has a huge ****.
Because women are less about looks and more about money, social dominance and intelligence.
true...and false... i guess everyone is different. also, I'm not at all attracted to the men my female friends are married too. well, maybe one. They are all pretty and are with... unique looking but highly intelligent, ethical, honest men. *shrugs* I'm average and ordinary and looks, independence, intelligence, and diverse interests are important to me in my partner. *shrugs* of course all the moral standards and chemistry matter as well. I guess there has to be a unique blend. Anyhow. everyone puts a different amount of weight on the different qualities. After my recent break up with a gamer, I'm looking for someone who spends zero time gaming and extra time experiencing nature and outdoor pastimes. So my guess is that a "bad" experience in one area changes the focus of what one is looking for.