When I was in University, the Stats class had to be the hardest and most boring ever. The good thing that came out of that class however, was a model from me to you, to better understand the “Theory of the Chase”. Now, this is just for laughs but it does make a lot of sense in my experience (and from many of my friends)!
It is important to remember that ranking of people are quite subjective (especially at both ends of the spectrum. I do however believe that there still is a general consensus on who is attractive. Attractiveness scale of 1-10 is based on subjective factors such as looks, wealth, intelligence or whatever it is people have fetishes for!
On the left hand side of the bell curve, we have the “less attractive” people. Typical less attractive features (but still subjective) are: Ugly Ducklings, “big-boned”, broke, poor, empty vessel
I know at this point, many of you would be disappointed/ upset about all this but let’s not pretend the world isn’t judgmental. This does not reflect my preference or not either, just general consensus!
On the right hand side, we have the more preferred, general consensus of what “attractive” features would be: Swans, Wealthy, Good- Looking, Great Body, intelligent
In the middle, we have the general consensus of people who are seen as “average” in terms of attractive. The red line right in the middle represents the people who are obviously as spot on in the middle as possible, Let’s call them “red liners”.
Basically, if you rank someone (or yourself) on this bell curve, you will notice the following might ring true:
1-3: Nobody really runs after you, this allows your personality to shine. You aren’t intimidating to talk to. People might dislike you for no reason (maybe because they don’t like some of your unattractive features) or like you for no reason (might be real, might be condescending). The advantage of being in this category is that you can run after the 4-7 and/ or 8-10 category people because you have nothing to lose and with this strategy, you will always date up.
4-7: You’re average and fortunately in the game of “Why-Nobody-Likes-You”, you’re most probably the most highly sought after category. If you’re a red-liner, in this game you are the cream of the crop! The girl next door, the simple girl who doesn’t like to wear make-up, the guy who is so grounded and down to earth, the guy who is never boring, the people who are not intimidating. You’re approachable, attractive enough to be approached and because of this, many people want your digits! Averagers generally date up, date down, date whoever they want because they can generally have whoever they want. The sheer number of people after you means your confidence is unfazed!
8-10: Thanks to your level of attractiveness, you’re probably seen as “intimidating”. Because of this, you’re a little better off than the 1-3ers but not the averagers in terms of people chasing you. You might be asking yourself why you have “butt ugly” people chasing you and not 8-10ers, but that’s because they have nothing to lose and are going all in and in your case, because of just that… you’re seen as intimidating and unapproachable because of how attractive you are, this has messed up your confidence. Some people don’t like you out of jealousy but they will not admit that to themselves. Sadly, you’re most probably going to end up not with a 8-10 or the highly sought-after averager but the ugly ducklings, unless everyone you hang out with are in the 8-10 category. If that’s the case then, there will be a mini version on this model and you might not be an 8-10.
Well, that’s it peeps! If you have comments and improvements or disagree, I am willing to hear you out if you express yourself in a peaceful manner!