Interesting answers guys.
And yeah, I know that if everyone in the world was very attractive, it wouldn't make much of a difference because they'd just try to set a new standard of what is attractive (light hair instead of dark, tan skin instead of pale/dark, etc.).
@sc59: Hmm very interesting.
@zer52: Haha I see your point. I think that the viewers would be too fixated on the main guys' look instead of the story/point of the comedy movie lol.
@Guy101: Well I do think that sort of thing happens more often then not these days but you are right, it would still be the same, probably even worse...
@Coach Mike: I don't really watch soap operas but I remember when I was a little kid, my mom used to watch that show called "Days of our Lives". I found a tape that had an episode recorded on it and I watched it and everyone in that show was gorgeous haha so yeah, I enjoyed your analogy lol.
@redsoxfan91: True. So it wouldn't be better to you if it was the norm to be that way?
@anocxu: So true. lol
@allatonce: Yeah, i see it from your point of view. Maybe, just maybe people would stop thinking about the outside and start focusing on the inner person if everyone was a 10/10
@meninlove: Thanks for sharing that. I enjoyed the video. I liked the 2nd twilight zone video and that who wanted to look like Carmen Electra, yikes her "transformation" looked scary in my opinion. She looked just fine before. But I do get your point.
@Cooper87: Of course. I think there is more to life then good looks. This was just a question for fun to dissect.
@sweetyork: Fair enough.
@Dominus: That's a fairly disgusting thought lol