One Reddit commenter put it this way: Further — everywhere men floated the “don’t smile in pictures” advice, many women decried how much they hated these nonsmiling pictures.
But, the men countered, women don’t necessarily know what they want.
They'll leave you shocked and sometimes hurt when you realize what an insignificant aspect of their lives you were.
You were the pick of the day, maybe even the flavor of the week.
Same thing with testosterone: testosterone makes large necks and strong jaws and a lower voice.
But the more data we collected about men’s dating photo attractiveness, the more it became undeniable: Ok Cupid’s advice wasn’t raising men’s photo scores. In fact, users reported 3-5x (200-400%) more matches!
We tend to notice appearance discrepancies because we often believe that people should romantically link themselves to others of the same level of attractiveness. The face and body are all model-worthy, and the confidence is there, too.
Think about your own life to offer a meaningful comparison. You and said individual go for dinner at a trendy new restaurant that has throngs of people waiting in the lobby.
They consistent companions and manipulate their lives so almost every aspect of their well-being revolves around the other person.
The “loners” are the people who don't believe in relationships because they're too good to be involved with someone else while they're working toward a career and trying to get their sh*t together.