Last Thursday night, I gave some great drunk advice: You see, up until about a year ago, I believed leagues existed. At first, I thought people who were ridiculously attractive were out of my league. I believed that if someone was smarter than me, or funnier than me, they too were out of my league. Needless to say, I was wrong. Unlike what most people think, our standards are not completely outlined by society.
Therefore, leagues are subjective. First, before you even decide who is and who is not in your league, there is a subconscious process we all go through where we define how we view ourselves.
We tend to be our own worst critic, and with that title comes insecurities. If you have low self-esteem, you hold yourself to lower standards. You may find Lil Wayne and the teardrop tattoos on his face to be the biggest turn-on ever.
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Your best friend might agree with People magazine, that Adam Levine is the sexiest man alive. You may only be attracted to white people, whereas I may only like Spanish people. Some guys like bigger girls, other guys like girls who look emaciated.
We live in a world where everyone has their own taste. With so many definitions of aesthetically pleasing appearances, does the league actually exist?
Personally, I believe a good personality can make you or break you.
Having a friendly demeanor and a good sense of humor can make you infinitely more attractive to a person who is seeking just that. With out these recognized categorizations of what feature of a person is considered more attractive, there is no definitive league that exists.
Any social rank worth having is something that is most of the time earned. Social standing can also have the opposite effect. It can give capital power to a shitty person. The beautiful part of an esteemed social standing amongst peers is that it can make someone who you thought was repulsive seem like the nicest, cutest guy around.
When everyone around you is attracted to one person, it makes them more valuable. They are personal constructs. I once had a roommate who was obsessed with finding a guy who was filthy rich. She even made a profile on a dating website that is used specifically for girls in search of a sugar daddy. She cared if they
Hookup a man out of my league attractive, but she cared way more as to where they were financially.
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