First, I don't think Weiner is handsome. Second, ruling out an attractive mate further reduces the list eligibles. Third, ya gotta look at that face every morning .... Your thoughts?
sexting sexcapades aside, the 46-year-old Weiner's a fit, intelligent, promising politician with a six-figure income who had a reputation of a ladies' man and was even named a Cosmo eligible bachelor -- the kind of man that many, many women are drawn to.
And that's where Abedin and other smart, beautiful, accomplished women often make their mistake. The more financially independent women become, the more they prefer good-looking men. But they don't just want their partners to be hotties; they want them to be masculine, physically fit, loving, educated, a few years older and making the big bucks. Oh, and they also have to really want to be a hubby and daddy.
That's a tall order.
And, evidently, it's working against us. Attractive men don't make the best husbands, according to researchers. In other words, they may be better cads than dads.
We'd be smarter if we sought out guys who are uglier than we are because researchers have found that couples in which the woman is hotter than the guy are happier than if the situation is reversed. And since quite a few women have been telling Weiner how "hot" he is, it's clear that neither Abedin nor Weiner got that memo.
Answer by ImaginationMama at 6:01 PM on Jun. 13, 2011
Answer by ImaginationMama at 6:03 PM on Jun. 13, 2011
my husband is a bit on the geeky side but once his confidence came up he worked out a bit and allowed his smile to show now lots of women tell me he is attractive so its something i think men have to learn to be self confident and not just have an ego.
Answer by takes_a_village at 6:22 PM on Jun. 13, 2011
Answer by shilohsmama425 at 6:31 PM on Jun. 13, 2011
Answer by PartyGalAnne at 10:52 PM on Jun. 13, 2011