Maybe you just met this person in the military and are curious about the “what-ifs” that come with the relationship.Perhaps you are already dating someone in the military but want to know more before making a serious commitment.I'd heard of this when I was in medical school, because somebody I knew in a fraternity mentioned it. I dont think I could remain friends with any person who finds something like this even remotely funny. term=dogfight While I would never do this myself (out of taking pride in not ever picking an ugly mate) I laughed a bit when I heard this. To answer your question: A complete disregard for another human's feelings, and utter lack of sympathy for (most) fellow man. As someone whose no more than average looking and has self-esteem issues (Meaning I often think myself ugly), I am offended by the idea of this, yet on the other side of this, they aren't supposed to TELL the date that they are ugly, so this could in fact make someone whose doesn't look very appealing and is lacking in confidence gain confidence in themselves for actually being chosen as someone's date.I was incredulous and downright angry upon hearing about it... I guess its something that started with the Marines. That's my logic anyways, so I'm kind of on the fence, I suppose :/ As someone whose no more than average looking and has self-esteem issues (Meaning I often think myself ugly), I am offended by the idea of this, yet on the other side of this, they aren't supposed to TELL the date that they are ugly, so this could in fact make someone whose doesn't look very appealing and is lacking in confidence gain confidence in themselves for actually being chosen as someone's date. I knew that I had read of hogging but I didn't remember its meaning. I think all of this is shocking, just shocking, as is "scoring" (as in conquests and the culture of reporting or bragging about sexual exploits and the like) and generally treating others like trash or nothing at all.In a study with several hundred heterosexual male volunteers, a team of researchers made composite pictures of women’s faces, and asked the men which ones they would choose for long- or short-term relationships.There were two versions of each face - one with slightly more feminine and the other more masculine features. As noted elsewhere, such 'games' have been played for decades (centuries? tl;dr I wish we as humans would at least be willing to work towards bettering ourselves. It's reprehensible, which is I'm sure part of why such people find it funny. Don't get me started on angsty teenagers that see their lack of empathy as cool and "totally nihilist bro".
And generally, it's presumed that the beautiful Amazons among us (the eights, nines, and 10s) should only date each other -- while the "uglies" of the bunch (the twos, threes, and fours) must stick to their own Quasimodo kind.I took this group in through my peripherals and noticed the ladies were all wearing sky-high stilettos and ultra-chic outfits.I also noticed their husbands were all shorter than they were; I wondered if it was because of the heels.PARIS, France (AFP) — Men looking for a quick fling prefer women with more "feminine" facial features, said a study Friday that delved into the evolutionary determinants of the mating game.Feminine features like a smaller jawbone or fuller cheeks are closely linked to a woman’s perceived attractiveness, which in turn is taken as an indicator of health, youth and fidelity and other traits, it said.