What are the signs that you are attractive at uni?

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What are the signs that you are attractive as a female at university because its a different environment there
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What are the signs that you are attractive as a female at university because its a different environment there
Probably the main sign is that you're confident enough in yourself that you don't feel the need to seek the validation of others and ask questions like 'what signs mean you're attractive'.

Essentially if you have to ask, you're not. Unlucky.
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Look in the mirror.
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Probably the main sign is that you're confident enough in yourself that you don't feel the need to seek the validation of others and ask questions like 'what signs mean you're attractive'.

Essentially if you have to ask, you're not. Unlucky.
That doesnt answer my question
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That doesnt answer my question
It does - but it's not the answer that you wanted to hear. You wanted someone to give you a definitive list, which you could memorise and then tick off as you 'achieved' each point. No such list exists.

As I said - if you have to ask, then you're not.
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It does - but it's not the answer that you wanted to hear. You wanted someone to give you a definitive list, which you could memorise and then tick off as you 'achieved' each point. No such list exists.

As I said - if you have to ask, then you're not.
woowuu 😂😂😂
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It does - but it's not the answer that you wanted to hear. You wanted someone to give you a definitive list, which you could memorise and then tick off as you 'achieved' each point. No such list exists.

As I said - if you have to ask, then you're not.
I mean general signs that you are attractive
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It does - but it's not the answer that you wanted to hear. You wanted someone to give you a definitive list, which you could memorise and then tick off as you 'achieved' each point. No such list exists.

As I said - if you have to ask, then you're not.
Living up to your name. Straight facts no chaser.

OP like they said there is no definitive list but I can list a few things, you have to be quite honest with yourself about it.

But good news is you can improve some things:

- Fitness: ( start going to the gym I’ve seen women become more attractive after a year or so of training)

-Diet: stop eating junk, some people might get away with it but other might not have the same ability.

-Personality: I know a girl who was that physically attractive in hs (better now) who would flirt/be quite feminine which the guys enjoyed.

-Dress sense/hygiene: Do you smell ? People won’t tell you, maybe subtly like “do you want some mints ?”, “I’ll just put on some deodorant, you want any ?” Etc sort that out.

-Mannerisms: do you have any weird things you do ? They can heavily affect how people perceive you.

This only works if you’re completely honest. It might not be pleasant but in the long run it’ll pay off.
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Getting a grad scheme or an internship. It’s a sign that you’re smart.
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Same as before Uni, people come on to you a lot
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what do you think, smarty pants?
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Same as before Uni, people come on to you a lot
Not necessarily true. My course has like 10 boys and 130 girls so the boys get hit on all the time b it are not that attractive. I’m not hugely attractive (though not hugely unattractive) and I still get a lot of guys hit on me.
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Not necessarily true. My course has like 10 boys and 130 girls so the boys get hit on all the time b it are not that attractive. I’m not hugely attractive (though not hugely unattractive) and I still get a lot of guys hit on me.
Lucky guys to be in a favourable competitive environment. Maybe you’re hotter than you think, plus attractiveness is about personality too
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Lucky guys to be in a favourable competitive environment. Maybe you’re hotter than you think, plus attractiveness is about personality too
Compared to some of the girls on this course I’m really not! I’m fairly average but I’m good with that! I like to think I have a good personality but I am biased 🤣🤣
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Not necessarily true. My course has like 10 boys and 130 girls so the boys get hit on all the time b it are not that attractive. I’m not hugely attractive (though not hugely unattractive) and I still get a lot of guys hit on me.
What course is it?
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What course is it?
Veterinary medicine
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Good hair, good arse, good patter

The Holy Trinity
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I hear money makes you attractive. So get filthy rich, good luck.
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Probably the main sign is that you're confident enough in yourself that you don't feel the need to seek the validation of others and ask questions like 'what signs mean you're attractive'.

Essentially if you have to ask, you're not. Unlucky.
I would have added to that the prolific use of dating apps with little/no intention of meeting people, and instead almost solely for the purpose of getting validation off other people for their looks.

Probably 95% of women can accomplish that: if they take a photo with the right angle, right dress, right lighting, and touch it up with photo editing software. That's not placing the bar high at all, nor is particularly attractive in real life either. That's difficult for some to face: hence the addiction to the virtual space of dating apps.

Being a real-life and authentic version of the fake horsecrap many people post of themselves on social media, takes far more effort and can even be quite daunting.
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