|How old am I:||20|
|Tone of my iris:||I’ve got lively gray-blue eyes|
|I like to listen:||Jazz|
You may have heard of the TrueRateMe community on Reddit, where guys and girls post pictures in hopes of getting an objective rating of their attractiveness.
They honest to god have a reference scale that shows what actually counts as an 8, and you get banned if you give someone the wrong rating. Thing is, those who post on TrueRateMe get brutal feedback.
Visitors find these ratings artificially low and mean-spirited. But sadly, insecure people are more likely to believe that a low rating is a true one.
Truth be told, there are a lot of rating communities on Reddit, and they all have different goals. Some are meant to make people feel good, others to make people feel bad.
Getting a low rating might give you a sick sense of pleasure. But this will only hurt your happiness in the long run. Likewise, a high rating might feel good for a few minutes.
But as soon as you face a dating rejection as However, if you do decide to use dating apps, it can be helpful to get feedback on your photos to be sure your profile represents you well. Subreddits like TrueRateMe could benefit from learning this.
Fact is, it can take some skill just to look as attractive as you are in real life. For help, try Photofeeler to get a read on how attractive, smart, and trustworthy your photos look. What is the right Facebook profile picture size in ?