/threadI would destroy her.
Looks are temporary. Perfect match, huh? I guess you have to decide what that really means. If looks are that important to you, you should let her go so she can be with someone she deserves, and you can go out and find women who you deem physically attractive enough. Hopefully you'll find one that is good looking enough for you that is also a perfect match. Although enjoy that while it lasts, young man. Looks are temporary.
Who are you going to be with when you're older, and superficial bullshit like looks are now irrelevant. Who is going to love YOU for who you are?
I dunno. I'm not saying looks don't matter. Especially when we're young. But it sort of irks me when I see people say things like "Well she's perfect, and we're moving in together, but I have this secret thought that I wish she was more pretty."
You know who thinks and acts like that, sensation? And I swear to you this isn't meant as a blatant insult or attack. It's how I feel based on my own youth and growing up and experiences. Immature self absorbed pricks think like that. That's called stringing someone along, and not being honest with someone. Really brother? The perfect chick, going to move in together, she's under the impression that this is serious, but you're concerned that she's not pretty enough.
My next thought is, who are you? Brad Pitt? I'm not calling you ugly, but who knows what people think of YOUR looks? To me, she's very pretty, and you're a normal looking dude. Also, are you concerned that she is legitimately not that naturally attractive to you, or is part of it also that you are concerned what other people will think of you? Meaning, you think you're all that and a bag of chips, got it together and going on, and thus you should be with the prettiest girl in the room, because that validates your own ideas of who and what you believe you are.
Looks matter when it comes to initial attraction, of course. But this is **** you're supposed to have sorted out before things get serious. You don't let things get long term and serious if you're walking around not entirely happy with someone's looks. That's something you act on earlier on in the dating process. Why? All you have to do to answer that question is ask yourself this: "How would she feel and react if she found out you were thinking this."
If the answer is she would be crushed, then you have two choices here.
One, at least be true to your superficial needs, and cut her loose.
Two, determine if other things are more important to you than looks, and decide if you truly love this person. You do not truly love someone if you're having this type of thought.
And remember, when you're old, and we all get there, not many of us are A, hanging on to the looks we had when we were younger, and B, not really concerned about that as much anymore anyway, because we've grown up and understood what long term dedication and true love is really all about.
:lmao I've been calling my gf Mulan all week hahasolid reference LOL. I tell everybody I'm dating Mulan :shiftyeyes
losing your love was the hardest part of my sex changeBWAL was the one for me...... back when he was a hot chick.
:exactlyI'm an asian girl connoisseur and I approve of her. T
****in' racis....wait...I don't...:headscratcher:This is going to sound weird, but I'm not attracted to Asian women, idk why...