No, I am saying it, this is the verdict of BeautifulPeople.com. and how did they draw this inference, simply by rejecting most of the Britons’ applications – both male and female – and accepting only one in eight British men and three in twenty British women as their members. It comes to 12% and 15% respectively.
And among the most beautiful people in the world Swedish men, almost 65% of their applicants have been accepted as the members and Norwegian women almost 76% making the grade.
Beautiful people obviously belong to beautiful countries, so Sweden, Brazil and Norway are in this category. Germans share the record with Britons.
How does one gets to become the member of this of so upper crust website. It seems the existing members rate how beautiful the aspirant is in 48 hours. They are asked to upload a photograph and a short personal profile. If it is woman than male members rate her and vice a versa. They have only four options namely
Yes – definitely
Hmmmm– no not really
NO– Definitely NOT.
The website was founded in 2002 in Denmark and since then it has spread to other countries. The portal went live across the globe on 26th October this year.
How can a group of persons decide in 48 hours that this person is beautiful and other is not, if only by seeing a photograph and reading highly hyped description is the criteria for acceptance in this club than something is just not right here. The idea of beauty of one person is totally different than the other.
Anyway beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder, if one is looking for beauty he can find beauty even in the world’s most ugliest face, one just have to look for it.
Such websites are demeaning for people who are rejected, it surely takes off notches from their self esteem which is not fair.