Originally posted by sneha0601
Originally posted by return_to_hades
Ever played with a shape sorting toy as kids. Does not work too well if you try to shove a triangle into a square or such. Size and shape matter. Its simple logical construct.
But how much Sarina? Would you not find yourself, otherwise than physical of course, compatible with a guy who is 50kg heavier, or somewhat taller than you? Is it really that much important, as much as other factors are?
Trying to work out the Devil's advocate over here!
On a serious note though, perhaps yeah, I could wonder if it should matter that much? And I am asking because, forget anywhere else, I've seen so many couples in my own family that are least compatible physically but you couldn't find better pairs, and a few very much compatible physically, but nothing working out. How much does it really matter? After the first few years of attraction and staying together, who's going to bother about it?
I think to a certain extent we all are shallow. There are many factors involved in a relationship. Physical built is one of them. It is probably not the most pressing or most important factor, but there is nothing wrong in considering it. We all have some level of preference for certain physical appearances. It is not always necessarily to be superficial, but just what we perceive will look good with. What sort of look we will find ourselves compatible with. That perception may also perhaps change in time. Some people will be willing to throw that perception out the door for someone special. Others will need that someone special to fit their perception. Every person has their choice of choosing what they like and why.
A lot of people seem to like tall. I don't mind taller or shorter. I just don't want the height discrepancy more than few inches. Too many inches adds kissing inconvenience; I am not too keen on stretching or bending too much.