the last guy i dated was significantly hotter than me, in that he probably could have been in a boy band and fit right in. absolutely gorgeous/beautiful. thoughts? well.. let's put it this way. i would have had no problem marrying him, or anyone else that hot as long as they were truly in love with me (insofar as i can determine that). but i will admit that when there's that much of an unbalance in looks, it is really disconcerting. it was one thing to abstractly think about how attractive he must be to other people, and another thing to hear stories (occasionally from him, occasionally from mutual friends) about the girls that were constantly hitting on him. i felt special, but also extremely insecure. i'm not a jealous person and when our relationship had to move long distance i think i didn't do a bad job of letting him knowi trusted him. so i don't think i pressured him or acted jealous, etc.. but i did FEEL insecure, and it's not a fun feeling. in the end, we broke up due to the distance issue and he had another new "love of hs life, can't live without her" within a couple of months. so much for hot young guys, anyways. it was sort of a silly fling, but i'll have to say it left quite a scar. i think it's just a lot easier to date someone who isn't movie star hot, anyways.
as lily suggested, hot guys probably do cheat more often. at the very least, they're probably openly invited to temptation more often.
and sometimes you have to wonder.. yes i know i'm attractive and smart and fun and etc.. but what if one of these days he wakes up and really realizes that he can have the hottest girl on campus/school/work and nothing short of plastic surgery is going to make me look like a TV star. ok, i'm totally rambling but you can probably tell that i've done a lot of thinking on this rather silly subject, but it's still kind of a raw memory.