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…but says nothing about his terrible acting skills.
If facial symmetry determines aesthetics, are we setting the bar low by not including the other more important human features?
Take for example Brad Pitt. He’s a veteran actor, famous for his starring role in Oceans Eleven. Computer technology says he’s perfectly handsome, but he has a lumpy face.
And he married that wacko Angelina Jolie.
There’s Bradley Cooper. He’s a somewhat famous actor and the women love his looks, but he’s got feminine facial expressions. He smiles like a girl, laughs like a girl, and has a girly voice. (He acts like a girl too).
I know what you’re thinking. You’re a guy, so you’re just jealous of these handsome Hollywood Stars. But then I don’t follow Hollywood stories, so Hollywood doesn’t concern me. I just know that big names aren’t the determining factor in my choice of movies.
Here’s George Clooney. His symmetrical face makes him the most handsome man on the planet, but nothing is said about how he plays the same single character across his entire filmography. I watched Gravity and half expected Robin to pop out for a cameo.
But you may be right about one thing with the jealousy bit, and that’s with Victoria Beckham’s husband David. Victoria Beckham.
Victoria Beckham, I love the sound of that name echoing in my head. Here’s a picture of Victoria because I’m not gay.
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