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post #16 of 22
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.
post #17 of 22
yes, buy The Game, by Neill Strauss.

Read it, it will change your life. I'm not joking. Don't believe me? Go to the store and read the first 2 pages. If it does not interest you, let me know.

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Haha



Do I need a new book?
post #18 of 22
By the way, if it gives you some hope, I was 6'2" 145 lbs, when I started college. Now, I'm 6'2" 210 lbs.

I suspect that your trouble with the ladies does not come from your looks but rather from how you feel about yourself and how that comes through in the way you act. You seem to have very low self-esteem and that really shows when you are interacting with other people. You'd be suprised with the kinds of guy girls will date just based on their charm and confidence and not on their looks. I've seen some ugly dudes land some pretty good looking girls. Confidence is hard to build though.
post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant
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.

My fiancee kills me in the attractiveness department and I scored her well before I had any money or status. It's all about the charm baby.
post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by odoreater
My fiancee kills me in the attractiveness department and I scored her well before I had any money or status. It's all about the charm baby.
Yes, I agree that you are ugly, and last time I saw her, ...
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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.
Seriously though, comments like the one above from the "image consultant" are constant, ridiculous and hurt peoples lives rather than enhance them. I cannot say that I have ever come across a person with a more unattractive world-view in my life.
post #21 of 22
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Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant
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.
Simply not true. I've seen plenty of guys with neither money nor "status" paired off with women who, by conventional standards, are far more attractive than they are.

Unless, of course, these guys are keeping their "status" in their pants where it's not immediately evident. I have not taken my anecdotal research to that level of detail.
post #22 of 22
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad
Simply not true. I've seen plenty of guys with neither money nor "status" paired off with women who, by conventional standards, are far more attractive than they are.

Unless, of course, these guys are keeping their "status" in their pants where it's not immediately evident. I have not taken my anecdotal research to that level of detail.

hmm, where's that douchebags with hot chicks link when we need it?
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