Dating gorgeous man
The handsomeness gives them a lot of confidence and courage to approach women.Coupled with arrogance, such a man can cheat on you and feel nothing about it. He is like an extra accessory that makes you look good, leaving other women jealous of you. Even if he has two wedding rings on his finger, women will keep stalking him. And when I say hot, I don’t mean a man with a lot of money, or one who wears expensive clothes, or has a great career; I am talking about a man with looks worth killing for. His cheekbones looked like they were chiseled into shape by a master craftsman. His piercing dark eyes always made me weak in the knees.But then again, who wants to spend her man hours warding off other women? Just ask Victoria Beckham, she could probably write a dissertation on the agony of being married to a ‘hot’ man. When Beckham was the hottest piece of meat sashaying the football field, Victoria suffered everything from cheating, to death threats, to women literally throwing themselves at his feet in her presence, to nannies attempting to write tell-all books. Sweet nothings When it comes to courting women, don’t expect clever and well-thought out pick up lines from hot dudes. Look, such men have been attracting women throughout their lives. Instead, it’s women who always throw themselves at them. If you like hearing sweet nothings, these hunks are the last guys to expect that from. The first time I met him, his perfectly-shaped lips were inviting, and ripe for kissing. I was tempted to attack him with a kiss, but my dignity retrained me. Don’t get me started on his hot body; firm biceps, broad shoulders, strong arms and all.Father Abraham However, to cut a long story short, what I saw is not necessarily what I got in the long run.
Even now the poor woman has banned carbohydrates from her diet and instead feeds on pollen in the name of looking young and skinny for her hot husband. Basically, when dating such, you have the Herculean task of stroking their fat egos, and constantly reminding them that they are the best thing since sliced bread.
In one illustrious study of love (“human sexual selection”) in 1986, psychologists David Buss and Michael Barnes asked people to rank 76 characteristics: What do you value most in a potential mate? Number one was "kind and understanding," followed by "exciting personality" and then "intelligent." Men did say they valued appearances more highly than women did, and women said they valued "good earning capacity" more highly than men did—but neither ranked measures of physical attractiveness or socioeconomic status among their top considerations. Experiments that don’t rely on self-reporting regularly show that physical attractiveness is exquisitely, at times incomparably, important to both men and women.
Status (however you want to measure it: income, formal education, et cetera) is often not far behind.
In real-life dating studies, which get closer to genuine intentions, physical attractiveness and earning potential strongly predict romantic attraction.
In a nutshell, from that experience, I learnt to always look, appreciate but never get involved with hunks. But settling down with such a man is just inviting problems.
Most, and women who have dated such can attest, tend to be players. Most of the so-called Father Abrahams (men with many kids with different women all over town) are always these hot men.