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Lefty
12-03-2006, 09:55 AM
i get the feeling that members are posting threads describing their targets as HB9 or HB10, when really they're HB7 or HB8.
i saw a post last week, can't remember who it was, but he said she was a HB9- There was a link to her picture on the post, and yeah she was a good looking girl- HB7.5, or pushing it, a HB8. NO WAY was she a HB9 (my apologies to whoever posted this, but really dude, she wasn't a 9, don't kid yourself). I can understand many members reasoning for doing this- for example, lets say somebody posts, describing a HB7.5. you may not want the forum knowing that you're really talking about a HB6 or something.
Now i would class a HB10 to be in the bracket of Angelina Jolie or Halle Berry (my personal opinion;) ). A HB9 Beyonce Knowles etc. If you are posting threads talking about a HB9 or a HB10, is she really that hot?? is she really a HB10?? i doubt it in most instances, as HB10s especially, are damn hard to find. saying this though, i'm sure that a lot of fellas post honestly.
ultimately though, be honest, because if you're not, you're doing yourself, and the community a disservice.
Any opinions on this issue?
Lefty

sdnightfly
12-03-2006, 10:22 AM
I think it's a matter of what you consider physically attractive. Some guys like rail-thin women, some guys like women that have curves. Some put blonde hair/blue eyes at the top, others put dark hair/brown eyes at the top, ethnic preferences as well. Some guys don't like white girls because they come off as plain. Some girls pull certain looks off, too. They might do themselves in a specific retro look and are super hot but put them in anything modern and they fall. Or they always dress well. Some like the overly made up women over natural. Some like their girls tan, others like their women with porcelain skin. Also with actresses, guys have been taking some celebs down a notch since hi-def TV has become more widespread.
Here's some names that I neither agree or disagree with, but can be debated: Scarlett Johansen, Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Lindsey Lohan, Pam Anderson, Eva Longoria, Fergie, Jessica Simpson, Shakira, Keira Knightley, Jessica Biel, Monica Bellucci, Rebecca Romijn, J-Lo, Jessica Alba, Carmen Electra, Elisha Cuthbert, Mariah Carey, Shania Twain, Kylie Minogue, Katie Holmes, Thalia, Gwen Stefani, Natalie Portman, Charlize Theron, Kristin Kreuk, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Connelly, Faith Hill, Kate Hudson, Anna Kournikova, Eve, Mandy Moore, Rachel Hunter, Kelly Hu, Ashanti, Victoria Beckham, Nicole Kidman, Jenna Jameson,etc etc. I know some on the list have been up close to some of these women and would say none of them are 10s. You also have particular eras they are hotter in than others. They may have looked hotter when they were younger; they may be hotter now than they were when they started. 15 mil a pic might make short girls with high foreheads hot.
I think HB10 should be reserved for the individual's own taste more than a general consensus.

Sheek
12-03-2006, 12:07 PM
Why does this matter? You're not trying to prove anything here, guys. It doesn't matter how people rate girls, or if they rate them at all.
Please, no more posts on this topic, or in this thread.

Rewok
12-03-2006, 12:19 PM
read johnny sopornos post on how to rate women; its one of the best posts on this board; great inner game too
-Rewok

miaddict
12-03-2006, 12:27 PM
ultimately though, be honest, because if you're not, you're doing yourself, and the community a disservice.
Any opinions on this issue?

SIMPLE ANSWER: WHO GIVES A SHIT? Your perception is your reality. If you think you're banging a HB10, you're banging a 10.
This HB rating system topic has been discussed so many times... and every newbie thinks that it's a new concept in the PUA community. WRONG.
If you really want to add value to this thread, then read them all and write up an essay/critique of the different ratings systems out there. That would be useful.
Here are some examples. Read and enjoy the agonizing repetitiveness!!!
Johnny Soporno: ON RATING WOMEN'S ATTRACTIVENESS - a new approach
http://www.theattractionforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=24741
Vincent Chase: The ULTIMATE HB Rating Guide
http://www.theattractionforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22645
sigma rating system
http://www.theattractionforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20502&highlight=rating
gangstag666 New Scale for rating women
http://www.theattractionforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22868&highlight=rating
Sovereign's Rating: 1 to 10 Scale
http://www.theattractionforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8967&highlight=rating
TrueReligion "Curious in your guys rating system's(with pics)
http://www.theattractionforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5173&highlight=rating
Eventide Personal versus General Rating Scales
http://www.theattractionforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5182&highlight=rating
Wear's rating system
http://www.theattractionforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2788&highlight=rating
Fredik Hot Babes Rating Guide
http://www.theattractionforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20636&highlight=rating
And I'm sure there are plenty more threads like this if you use different keywords in your SEARCH (http://www.theattractionforums.com/forum/search.php).

PaulB007
12-03-2006, 01:33 PM
When using certain negs or concepts from MM, it is important though to really know what a true 10 is. Some things you may say to someone like an Angelina Jolie type (A real 10 probably) and some sexy little blonde who is an 8 will get you blown out if you say the wrong thing.

Devious
12-03-2006, 03:24 PM
When using certain negs or concepts from MM, it is important though to really know what a true 10 is. Some things you may say to someone like an Angelina Jolie type (A real 10 probably) and some sexy little blonde who is an 8 will get you blown out if you say the wrong thing.
A girls rating is based not only on her physical appearance, but her perceived social value as well.
At a birthday party, a girl may truly be an 8 in looks, but her perceived social value at the pary is a 10. So, you need to treat her like a 10.
A couple days a go I sarged a San Francisco 49'ers cheerleader, her looks were maybe a 7 at most, but everyone knew her, and was trying to chat her up, thus making her a 10.
A girl may be a 7 in one situation, and in another, she may not be.
Here is one more example, Ashley Simpson. In looks she is about a 7, plus or minus. If you sarge her, you can't treat her like a normal 7, because her perceived social value is too high. You need to treat her like a 9 or a 10.

Lefty
12-03-2006, 03:59 PM
[QUOTE=miaddict;199336]SIMPLE ANSWER: WHO GIVES A SHIT? Your perception is your reality. If you think you're banging a HB10, you're banging a 10.
This HB rating system topic has been discussed so many times... and every newbie thinks that it's a new concept in the PUA community. WRONG.
i hear where you're coming from here mia, but- i may be barking up the wrong tree here- sometimes when i read a post, i just don't believe that the target is a HB9 or 10, and i don't think that the poster thinks so either!
especially, when somebody says something along the lines of them playing it cool and correct, the girl liking them, and then they ask for some advice from the community which is blatantly obvious. my point is, it sometimes seems peculiar that a PUA can play the game correctly for the target to like them and to be into them, but then ask for really simple pointers (which frequently happens!). it doesn't fit with the congruence that is largely required to pick up an actual HB10