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I’d say half of these guys were average looking at best.
To do this, I browsed through as many guys as I could and anyone that had 10 or more favorites, I jotted down in my spreadsheet for later analysis.
First off, I would just like to say that finding male profiles with more than 10 favorites was quite a difficult task. Just a rough calculation, I’d say that for about every thirty male online profiles I visited, only one would have 10 or more favorites.
Some even had their picture ratings averaging around 4 on a 1 to 10 scale!
However, the one thing that they all did have, were decent pictures of themselves.