No offense to attractive people out there but don't attractive people use their attractiveness for job opportunities since everyone loves a pretty face and will kiss up to one? Ugly/average people can't seduce or entice managers/bosses for jobs. No one is just going to give the average gal a job on the spot to stare at her face all day.
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Is it possible for beautiful people to be poor? watch
- 12-09-2016 04:23
- 13-09-2016 14:00
why shouldn't they be?
- 13-09-2016 14:03
i've seen pretty chavs.
note many hot, famous people, both men and women, have been born poor. this includes many top actors, or sportspeople. it's just luck/genetics, nothing to do with being rich.
- 13-09-2016 14:10
Of course poor people can be beautiful. But perhaps less are beautiful.
Many characteristics which makes a person beautiful depend on good physical health, and the ability to groom oneself to a high standard.
When you consider very poor people, they are less able to have an environment conducive to those characteristics.
People from deprived backgrounds are more likely to be raised with poor diets as soon as they are on solids. A poor diet can negatively effect physical appearance, due to weight and ill health, malnutrition.
They are less likely to grow up in a clean and healthy environment.
They are more likely to grow up around drug use, second hand smoking.
They are more likely to have experienced pre-natal substance/ alcohol use. Or may experience a lower standard of pre-natal nutrition.
They are less able to afford nice clothes, nice skin care, nice make up. They are less able to have hair cuts, and keep themselves as well groomed.
So of course poor people can be beautiful. But there are reasons why some people from very deprived backgrounds tend to look 'rough' and as if they've lived a hard life.Last edited by Twinpeaks; 13-09-2016 at 14:12.
- 13-09-2016 14:12
Is you stupid... of course drrrrrr
- 13-09-2016 14:12
beauty is only skin deep
- 13-09-2016 14:14
- 14-09-2016 17:30
There is a strong positive correlation associated with inbreeding and salary outcomes in life. Rather than the beautiful being rewarded monetarily it is more of a case of the the beautiful being better physiologically adapted across the full spectrum of abilities.