Skinniness is not healthy. That, presumably, is one reason why it is not attractive to most. A muscle-building exercise regimen sounds like a good idea. Dressing well (slim-fit, some color and creativity, etc.) is a good idea, at least for the confidence (and attention) style can signal. You do have to act confident also, which might be harder. Definitely, a good face can compensate for a good body (and a good face can be objectively defined), but your face is what it is and presumably isn't bad. Lastly, it is unrealistic to expect that, without a lot of money or status, any male can "pull" a woman who is much more attractive than he is.
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10/17/06 at 3:21pm