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Not sure that sits well with my desire for honesty in a partner if I can’t exhibit it myself. I’ve had a few dates with men stating they’re 5-7 to 6-6. So now I’m not considering guys under 6′, because he’s probably really 5-9, which I do find appealing.
It seems that the under-6-ft guys are definitely adding several inches to their height. 6) So men with average to sub-par looks aren’t listing their income, which could potentially offset their lack of looks or age, are sending me generic cut & paste intro messages, which shows me they really didn’t bother reading my profile. They need to know their league and/or up their online game if they want to play out of their league.
The difference is that women also care about money, career, education and height, which makes their dating pools shrink proportionately.
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7) Now, OTOH, the few good-looking men my age whom I find attractive aren’t finding me attractive, possibly because of my age and more likely because THEY are looking to date attractive women in their 20’s and 30’s, because they can.
So that leaves me the “cubs” (23-35) looking for cougars.
Queer men are varying shades of the rainbow." —Chris, 25 "I went from a 225-pound fat boy to a 145-pound athletic guy.Are you saying I should ignore men’s stated preferences, Evan? 2) I only look at income if the guy is not great looking to determine whether or not how much he makes offsets his lack of looks. Now the curious thing to me is that a whole lot of not-so-good-looking men in their late 40s/50s are leaving their income unlisted, so my question is why are they leaving this important field blank?If they’re making good money, they could potentially become better looking in most women’s eyes.As I lost more weight and gained muscle mass, I began to notice a change in my looks.I was becoming attractive, to the point where other guys were staring and had lust in their eyes.