Hm. You raise an interesting point. But I think what we have here is that you've subjectively defined "hot" or "attractiveness" as something that, while being subjectively measurable, has no bearing on your actions as an individual.Guijllons said:Thinking someone hot doesn't really mean either. It's a measure of attractiveness. I don't find myself drawn to be pally with someone because they're attractive, nor would I want to have sex with someone merely because they are attractive, and this applies to women too.
Well, I think that's valid. But in my case, I think the pull of "hotness"'s influence on an individual is a non-issue. Whoever I choose as a hot comic male or hot comic female doesn't mean I'd do anything about it if they were real flesh and blood beings, in the same way we wisely avoid the bad boys and the frail princesses who mysteriously allure us for no damn good reason.
Hey, that's actually a really awesome way to measure it. Sort of subjective AND objective. The problem is what if s/he just doesn't run around getting people's numbers?Guijllons said:If you're really having trouble, then imagine a warm room full of twenty "hot" girls, and decide which of the list would have the most phone numbers by the end of the evening.