Beautiful women dating ugly guys
Gavin Rossdale, Jude Law, and Ben Affleck all have two things in common: they're traditionally handsome, and they fucked their kids' nannies.
They cheated because they could, and they knew they could.
That's why the average-looking dude at the bar is probably more intelligent, self-confident, and funny than the hunk sitting beside him.
Looks fade, but the essence of who a person is stays intact.
From my experience, someone's inner beauty is his or her essence. It's their warmth, their generosity, and -- most importantly -- how they make you feel when you're around them. And suddenly there it was: I was helplessly attracted to him.
When I was 15, a hobbit-like guy named John pursued me hardcore at summer camp. But as I got to know him more, I began to genuinely like him. The less conventionally attractive a guy is, the more likely he is to develop other areas and aspects of his personality because he can't rely solely on his #blessed looks.
A less attractive guy won't mess around on you because he's just not built that way. Men with more testosterone are consistently rated more handsome than other men, and men with more testosterone are 38% more likely to cheat.
Women are criticized for having the audacity to exist past the age of forty, but contrary to popular belief, men are the ones who really go to seed as the years tick by.Or do women really care Here's my favorite theory: These high-profile, extra-intelligent ladies have uncovered a treasure trove of sneakily sexy beasts with extraordinary listening skills, excellent oral dexterity, and a commitment to feminist principles. Such men don't mind being outshined and upstaged—or even led! Better yet, perhaps there's a supersecret cabal of superior women who recognize that the only way to topple the patriarchy is by recruiting an army of loyal, less-than-babelicious men whose dedication to egalitarian values is self-evident. Ratajkowski said in 2015, "I'm just attracted to confident men who ... If all you needed to woo her was a little courage and an extensive hat collection, she'd be with Paul Simon right now. Their mission: to find and celebrate more guys like them so as to reorient a world teetering on the brink of destruction at the hands of our easily threatened, ego-driven maniac-in-chief. actor, the best case against throwing shade at gingers. "He's considerate, he's thoughtful, he's smart, he takes care of me," Hendricks told Her: Legendary actor and mystical elf queen. They co-own the film-production company Dirty Films. News in 2015, "It's been a great creative partnership with my husband and also a great love affair." in 2016, "He's not threatened by any stage of my life that I'm going for." Worship thy wife: He may look like an unkempt pile of baggy clothes, but looks matter less when you're so devoted: "He cares about me more than anything," Adele said in 2015. "He definitely treats everyone the same, which is really cool to see," Williams said at a press conference in January. If I stare at the nerf herders to your right long enough, until my eyes water and my vision blurs, they start to look subtly, subversively attractive. Her: Author of the Harry Potter series, first billionaire whose wealth came mostly from writing. When they met, Rowling was a struggling single mother with a young child: "It felt as if he stepped inside everything with me," she told Her: Actor, real-life Manic Pixie Dream Girl. "He is fiercely protective of the people he loves and cares about," Diaz wrote on Instagram in 2016. Him: Actor who dresses like a dapper file clerk circa 1938. Him: Australian playwright with a striking resemblance to a forlorn Frodo. Her: Tennis-ball destroyer, winner of twenty-three Grand Slams. Time together: Twenty-two months, recently engaged.