Are all girls this shallow?

@Aiwendel (105)
United States
August 24, 2008 11:50pm CST
It seems like all girls are shallow in one or more of these ways (usually more): 1. They only date people of their own race or religion 2. They only date people in "their league", and judge some people as being too ugly for them 3. They only want to date people with lots of money Usually women who say they look for personality are lying. If not date then they would probably sleep with someone who has all the traits above, and would probably date someone who has one or more of those traits + a matching personality. So why are all women this shallow?
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@adoremay (2069)
• Philippines
6 Sep 08
I am not lying, but I have to tell you that I go for personality. I don't think race seems to matter, and I don't judge guys base on the appearance. I like guys who has a sense of humor rather than guys who sour grape on how screwed up they are in their life. I think race, religion, or family is not a problem... as long as the two involve persons compromise with each other. I don't agree with you saying shallow to those girls, who prefers their own race, or rich guys. People have their own reasons in life, if you just listen to it, you will be able to understand them.
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@redchase (347)
25 Aug 08
hey hey buddy dont go blaming all of us for something that some of us do. thats not fair, you cant say that men dont do the same thing as well. you have to remember that everyone is different and that not all women are blinded by race, aesthetic beauty, or wealth. i personally, would date a man of any race because to me that really doesnt matter, black, white, cuban, asian whatever bring them on. some women dont date outside their race because that was how they were brought up, because their family might disown them, or because they have a weird mentality. some dont date outside their religion because they are religious and care about how they would raise their kids or find the same value system important in a partner, but some arent allowed to be with someone of a different religion. the whole league thing im not sure about. all i can say is that some attraction is necessary in a relationship. i mean, you're not gonna be with someone who repulses you physically even though they are wonderful people, as much as you would like to say you would, you wouldnt because it wouldnt work. a part of you wants to be away and the other wants to be with that person, conflicting feelings dont exactly say that this relationship has potential to turn into something serious. you know? and as for money, society has taught women and men to be materialistic and to measure wealth in material things. if you have a big fancy car you MUST be successful, you obviously had the money to afford it. my boyfriend didnt have anything except a bus pass when i got together with him and i was unemployed and looking for a job. i dont need him to buy me everything i want, i much prefer it if i get everything myself, i like it so much i make him feel useless. so dont go saying we are all alike if you havent met everyone of us. i hope you start finding the right women.
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@swirlz (3138)
• Philippines
28 Aug 08
Number one, dating someone of their own religion isn't shallow. Faith isn't shallow. But dating according to race is. As for dating people that are in their league, I think everyone has "types" -- "he's my type", "he's not my type", I think it depends on the person what is attractive to their eyes. That would also bring us to judging some people as ugly. I don't think girls are the only one who does this. Just because guys do the approaching and the girls the decision-making doesn't mean that guys haven't been picky. The moment you decided who you'll approach is like being picky itself, because I'm sure you wouldn't approach the girl who is ugly in your eyes. As for the third, that girls only date guys with lots of money, that is not true. It's either you have been with the wrong kind of girls all these time, or you haven't even opened your eyes to look around you. Not everyone is rich. But you still see a lot of couples on the streets. I don't even know where you got this -- "Usually women who say they look for personality are lying." That's a big lie. Among the top factors that women falls for a guy is if he's funny. Another if he is sweet. I think the problem here is you. Maybe you're pursuing the wrong kind of girls, probably the rich, sexy and snobby ones. Why, aren't the poor and average looking good enough for you?
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@Aiwendel (105)
• United States
1 Sep 08
yes faith is shallow
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@swirlz (3138)
• Philippines
1 Sep 08
What?! How could you say that? Don't you have any faith at all? Or a religion at the very least? For someone to say that faith is shallow isn't even worth it at all. Just proves why you have such bad experiences with women. You turn the right ones off.
@Aiwendel (105)
• United States
2 Sep 08
Well, faith by definition means belief without evidence or. Or in other words, belief without any real tangible reason. So if you think thats important for judging a person that thats shallow because it can't be true, it can't define a person.
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• United States
1 Sep 08
Chiko, girls that love for an object, money,etc are call golddiggers and keep away from them h*'s unless you just want some good and cheap pleasing time. Keep your head up cause there are some good and fine girls out there don't let one golddigger stop you from reaching that fine girl that is right for your ugly a$$ Ha...HA...HA...Ha I said what?!!!!!!!
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• Indonesia
26 Aug 08
Are you talking about girls who giggle at every word a famous boy utters? Have you any experience with girls from all races, religions or other specific traits? I don't think you're talking about women. You're talking about girls. There are a lot of differences between the two groups and I don't mean their age. Of course, if you mean by shallow women are those who refuse to date men who yell and hit, then I am one of the shallows.
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