Dating out of your league
Learn more about how Oath collects and uses data and how our partners collect and use data.Select ' OK' to allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or ' Manage options' to review our partners and your choices.One or both of you really won't fit in that well, since the classes are rather different complete ways of life.It would be nice if the world worked like you said, but it doesn't.
Friends and family are far less likely to accept you, and will work to try to split you two apart.
Unless your definition of quality just means physical looks. Your own concept of league can be heavily skewed, and if someone's interested, you shouldn't worry about them being out of your league. He did nothing for a living, lived with his parents, and played games all day while she is working for Sony and cosplays professionally on the side.
But I’ve seen physically attractive people fail so that can’t be the end all be all factor. At the same time, people generally date their best options, and the really attractive/successful people therefore tend to date attractive/successful people. It will be 10 years in April they will have been together (they started in highschool).
Unless they're equally financially 'distinctive'. It's not like there are others in that 'league' who are enormously attracted to the morbidly obese - it's more a case of mutual desperation at that point.
Outside of celebrities and the morbidly obese / literally disfigured (i.e.: people several standard deviations outside of normative appearance and circumstances), most people are a lot more flexible about the general populations perception of their partners than the 'league' idea gives credence to.