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Old 11-25-2019, 02:48 PM   #1
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Default Evaluating looks

Looking back over the years I have usually received negative comments about my appearance and physical looks. My mother also has when she was my age. I believe that my grandfather as well.

As a teenager I was usually called ugly by the girls, and in my 20s usually told that I looked weird or outdated or just plain ugly. Right now I usually get told that I look haggard and old like someone in their mid-40s. Social Darwinism is quite popular here, so I get told sometimes about how my bad looks mean that I am not a good choice for any relationship.

I was thinking of posting pictures of myself (including of my face), such as my social media profile photos either here or through PM if any female members wanted to evaluate using the albeit superficial 1-10 scale.
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Old 12-01-2019, 03:17 AM   #2
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Default Re: Evaluating looks

It's incredibly rude that people called you ugly, it says more about them than it does about your looks. It's hard to say what is pretty or ugly. Scientists say the most average looking people are the most attractive which sounds boring.

I personally find that people look attractive when I like them. If they are nasty, their face will always look ugly to me. You could post a photo here if you like. People on this site aren't mean.
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