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08-29-2012, 10:22 PM
Kate Middleton doesnít seem to have a problem with Prince Williamís vanishing hair and it appears that most women donít either.
In a recent poll, WatchMyWallet.co.uk found that 84 per cent of women wouldnít find a man less attractive if he started to lose his hair.
08-30-2012, 01:32 AM
Kate Middleton doesn’t seem to have a problem with Prince William’s vanishing hair and it appears that most women don’t either.
In a recent poll, WatchMyWallet.co.uk found that 84 per cent of women wouldn’t find a man less attractive if he started to lose his hair.
Sorry to say this Gmon, but women have a tendency to be very sure about the type of person they are when asked and will readily and enthusiastically tell you that they are not shallow and care about personality......well let me tell you that women don't understand themselves and overlook their own shallowness. They are just as Biologically influenced by the aesthetic beauty of a potential mate as men are.
The rest fall into two categories, these are calculated gold-diggers or even worse, the genuinely attracted to a rich man because he's rich type.
Kate Middleton is likely not a so much a Golddigger as she is from a wealthy family and upper class background. She also got involved with Prince William while he was young and considered extremely good looking (as he had hair.)
She is probably quite let down that he has lost his hair and refuses to do anything about it through fear of looking vain, but then again, this one is a unique case because he is the mother******g prince of England so girls will always find that in itself attractive.
08-30-2012, 06:22 AM
The poll seems to be more about female attitudes towards a man they are already with than the actual selection of a partner. I don't doubt the result too much as women can be understanding about these things when they're in a committed relationship.
Plus, for many of those women polled it was a hypothetical question.