@YouThisReadWrong, I cant tell if you're being sarcastic, and that's ok.
@ThePandaPool , I took it as a serious response, and I concur. I might have gone with toned down abuse though - not because it’s unwarranted, but she’ll probably focus on that and use it to mentally block out the fact that she is being a superficial cunt.
I am not an octopus Carmen... I don't have more than 6 feet.
@Barry Dylan, I don't want to be the one to tell you...so I won't.
Looking at her picture, I'd turn her down for not being thick. Twiggy bitch.
Ask her weight
Don’t sell her short; she’s actually a profound cûnt.
She says “sorry 6ft+ only,” what she means is ‘I have daddy issues and no standards.’
Dangle Ferrari f12 keys, she’ll swing from a dwarf.
No need to get salty because someone has a preference
@TheBigJ, I think it's perfectly reasonable to get salty at someone who acts like they want to be with you until they realize you're a few inches shorter than what their ideal height is, because height is possibly the stupidest thing you could ever judge a romantic partner by unless there's a difference of over 1 foot between your height and theirs.
@Marida Cruz, I mean....but why? Is it bad to have preferences? Yes, sure, someone cannot change their height. But it's no different than people only wanting to or or not wanting to date a certain race. Or dating someone with certain hair type or eye color. I don't condone a woman being a bitch to a guy for being shorter than 6ft but why is she considered bad for liking what she likes?
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, it's not bad to have preferences, but refusing to form a relationship with someone because of their height is slightly less than a certain arbitrary number is more ridiculous than refusing to be in a relationship because you don't like their hair or eye color, and the only reason those are less ridiculous is because you can change your hair and eye color. You can't change your height, and refusing date a guy who's 5'10" because he's not more than 6 feet tall is absurd, shallow-minded, and borderline delusional.
And for the record, I do think choosing not to date someone because of their hair and eye color is just as shallow and superficial as refusing to date someone because of their height. Those are things that might attract me to a person, but they're not things that'd ever drive me away from a person.
The reason it's bad is because being shallow the way she is comes across as rude.
@Marida Cruz, nailed it
@Marida Cruz, I’d never date someone who is “fat.” I suppose that makes me shallow, but having been fairly large formerly, I would never invite an influential someone that has habits that lead to that into my life, I’m too easily swayed towards a sluggish lifestyle. One of my favorite past times is making desserts, heh, what a curse. It doesn’t matter anyway, my sarcastic nature tends to be enough of a deterrent anyway.
@Marida Cruz, That, and the way she said “I can’t deal with...” as its its some kind of serious disability or issue.
@Sarcastic Wombat, ‘fat’ is different - 99% of people who are fat are that way because of lifestyle choices. It is something they can change, and choosing to be fat says something about their personality - height is sounding that you have literally no control over.
@Sarcastic Wombat, being fat indicates that they either don’t care about their own health or they have no self control, both of which are negative enough personality traits that I’d avoid dating the person based on them alone, even if those traits were in someone attractive
@Marida Cruz, you're forgetting that if not for online dating you wouldn't have even had the chance to talk to her because attraction starts with superficial features and grows from there.
To be fair. the same guys that bitch about this are the same ones who won't date a fat girl lol.
@JoeJoestar, you act as if I'd ever use online dating.
@Marida Cruz, ?? it has nothing to do with what you would use. the pic is from tinder and we are talking about online dating lol.
@Sarcastic Wombat, being fat is a lifestyle choice, and therefore a valid thing to judge someone on. Height Is not a lifestyle choice, and is something you never get any choice in and cannot change except by literally breaking your legs.
@JoeJoestar, except the way you worded it seemed as if you were attempting to make this personal to me somehow, do to your use of "you" as the pronoun. If you didn't mean to imply that, then you should have used "he" to imply the actual person in the picture.
I'd also note that not dating a fat person is less superficial because being fat is a choice. Height isn't a choice.
@Marida Cruz, smh sounds like YOU are just looking for a reason to make it personal.
I digress, superficial is superficial. hair color, weight, height, Build. its all the same.
people will call others out for doing it, but then do the exact same thing. personally I admit I go for certain types and I don't get hurt when others do the same. just means that they've decided what they want. which imo is good because if "the individual" is what they want then "the individual" has an advantage knowing that they are less likely to be left for someone else.
@JoeJoestar, why would I be looking for a reason to make it personal? And is it so strange that I'd first assume you're talking about me when you use the word "you"? And weight still isn't the same as any of those other things. Weight tells you a lot about how much the person eats, how much they Excersize, and how much they care about their health. Height tells you nothing about a person except how tall they are.
@TheBigJ, bunch of short people downvoting this huh
@Marida Cruz, there are plenty of people with weight on them (I'm not talking about people who are 300 lbs obviously) that are perfectly healthy, work and exercise amd care about their health too. lol. most people aren't feasibly going to be in the 10% or less body fat range. been bodybuilding for close to a year and I can tell ya that the level of dedication it takes is far greater than "Just caring about your health". and I'm not even in the 10% some would look at me and think what you think and that's superficial lol and that's perfectly okay.
@JoeJoestar, I brought up the subject of weight and being unwilling to date a large girl due to my own experiences. I met a girl on the internet in 93, moved to her location in 94 and started a life with her. She was very large and honestly, not the most attractive woman but that was never an issue. Hell, she was almost twice my age too, but she was smart as hell and I loved her so I didn’t care. The thing is, after she died (congestive heart failure) I realized how absurd things were. She was sedentary and that basically rubbed off. Work and play video games all the time? Hell yeah. But I was up to over 300lbs at that time and heading towards pre-diabetes. Not ok, shed been a giant part of my life for positive and negative both. The fact is, that special someone exerts a tremendous amount of influence, it’s of course my own fault that I got so big, but at the same time it’s hard to not fall into that trap. So, due to my experience, shallow or not, I’d never date someone who’s...
@Sarcastic Wombat, habits, I felt, could lead to similar bad habits on my part. I wouldn’t date a smoker not because I think I’d start, but because it’s gross. I wouldn’t date an alcoholic because I’ve experienced the negativity that that can lead to from a parent. In regards to the “fat” potential partner it’s the lifestyle, not the superficial fat or look of the person, but I want someone that will help lift me up and improve me as a person. Being compatible isn’t enough, I feel that when two people get together they should make a stronger team. Course, this may also come from ultimately ending up being my wife’s care provider for several years. I don’t want to have that happen again even if the foresight may make me seem cold or calculating. As to height, I don’t much care.
@Marida Cruz, spoken like a true short person
@Soulless at birth, I'm 5'11".