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"Am I Wrong To Tell My Friend She Isn't As Attractive As She Thinks She Is?"

"Am I Wrong To Tell My Friend She Isn't As Attractive As She Thinks She Is?"

The Reddit user wanted to let the girl know she wasn't as attractive as she thought she was because she behaved like she was the prettiest person around.

Body image is a sensitive subject. There are always those people who like to be told that they look good, and then there are those who are unapologetically rude about their looks. They know they look attractive to others and keep making the same point over and over. This is one such story of a guy who told a woman who thinks she's absolutely breathtaking is not really.  

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The anonymous Reddit user took to the platform to share what had happened. He wrote: "A few nights ago I was hanging out with one of my friends, and we decided to order food through Door Dash. About 30 minutes later, I get a notification that the delivery guy is approaching with our order. Without a word she dashes out of the front room, I'm confused, but the doorbell rings, so I go answer it." 

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"Once she hears the door close, she saunters back into the room, grabs the food from me and starts pulling out items. Still confused, I ask; "What was that all about." She then tells me that she doesn't like to be seen when delivery guys are at the door, because "they always hit on her." She then shows me a group of saved messages from delivery drivers/service workers asking her out. Apparently, it's a common occurrence for her." It's not something that happens to everyone, and it would leave me baffled, too, If I'd heard it. 

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"I was shocked, and we get into a conversation about how inappropriate it is for them to do that. At some point in the conversation, she says; "That's one of the drawbacks to being really pretty. I mean if I wasn't so obviously out of your league, then I'm sure you would hit on me all the time" I laughed because I thought she was joking. But she kept pushing this point, so I responded." 

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He responded to her, and said: "Honestly, you're not that attractive, a lot of guys are just desperate, and they probably think they have a chance with a girl who looks like you."  She tried to laugh it off as well, but the rest of the night was pretty awkward, and we haven't really spoken to each other since." People couldn't really decide and one user wrote: "Frankly if she gets that many guys hitting up her phone after delivery I'm going to venture a guess that she's at least fairly attractive. Maybe not a 10/10, but that doesn't usually happen to ugly girls."

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