An interesting phenomenon: average (or even below average) looking people are often made beautiful by wit, intelligence, personality, kindness, attitude, etc.
I've ALWAYS been attracted to that, knowing that beauty is indeed skin deep and oftentimes fleeting.
Conversely, it's been my experience that stunningly attractive people have been able to get through their lives on that fact alone, and therefore sometimes lack any substance beyond surface appearances: no brains, no personality, no opinions, etc.
Of course, this isn't always the case. There are exceptions. But if you go around LOOKING for a knock-out, beauty queen/cheerleader/beach bunny type only, you're going to wind up disappointed. Unless, of course, you're equally shallow and fixated on appearances too.
In which case, knock yourself out.
I've been lucky in that I seem to meet and/or date smart, funny women with wonderful personalities and lots to offer. It's my blessed good fortune that they are also total cutie-pies and babydolls.
If they weren't all those other things (smart, funny, clued-in, etc.), their dimples, big toothy smiles and nice round apple butts would mean nothing to me.
Believe me, there is NOTHING uglier than a pretty girl who KNOWS she's pretty, and puts too much stock in it.
Us average looking types have to develop personalities and brains to carry us through life. In the end, we're much better to be around.