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This is a very random question. Why does most males prefer hot girls over cute girls (provided that they're both different type of looks)?
 

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This is a very random question. Why does most males prefer hot girls over cute girls (provided that they're both different type of looks)?
Doesn't that beg the question?
 
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This is a very random question. Why does most males prefer hot girls over cute girls (provided that they're both different type of looks)?
I'm not even sure I understand what you're trying to say.
 
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I prefer cute girls over hot girls :P
As for other males, I do not know.

I'm not even sure I understand what you're trying to say.
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<--- cute girl.

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<-- hot girl

See the difference xD (everyone has there own idea of cute and hot though..)
 
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Doesn't that beg the question?
I don't think it's begging the question yet. It would become begging the question if someone answered something like "Men prefer hot girls over cute ones because hot girls are generally preferable, whereas cute girls are merely cute." In other words, to "beg the question" you have to answer the question by asserting the assumptions of the question.
 
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See the difference xD ..)
Aren't they both 1 person?o:)
 
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Why does most males prefer hot girls over cute girls (provided that they're both different type of looks)?
Define hot, define cute, show research that supports your statement.
 
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See the difference xD (everyone has there own idea of cute and hot though..)
Those are some terrible examples to illustrate your point.
Top one looks like a picture from the 80's and the bottom one is a profile view, reflected out of a mirror and almost completely obscured by hair.
 
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I have just googled for images of "cute girls" and "hot girls". Can't say I have seen any systematic anatomical differences.
 
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I lined up six cute girls one one side and a half dozen hot girls on the other. I was in the process of deciding which I like better when my wife came in. I prefer the quiet life, but I don't live it.
 
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This is a very random question. Why does most males prefer hot girls over cute girls (provided that they're both different type of looks)?
Why do you think most males prefer hot girls over cute girls? How you define these might be completely different than how someone else does. What you consider cute, they might consider hot. I do see what you are getting at though, and I think it really depends on who you are asking and what stage of their life they are in. I think people that aren't looking for a relationship at all prefer hot girls while someone looking to settle down a little more would prefer someone they find to be beautiful. Although I think beauty develops as you get to know someone so you could go from thinking they are hot to thinking they are beautiful. I guess "hotness" is more related to lust and beauty related to love. I don't know if anything I just said makes sense but theres my two cents.

I lined up six cute girls one one side and a half dozen hot girls on the other. I was in the process of deciding which I like better when my wife came in. I prefer the quiet life, but I don't live it.
:rofl:
 
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This is a very random question. Why does most males prefer hot girls over cute girls (provided that they're both different type of looks)?
Because body temperature rises about 0.4 degrees during ovulation until a few days before the start of a woman's menstrual cycle. Mating is more effective at creating offspring if it's done when a woman is fertile, so natural selection makes women with a higher body temperature more attractive than women that just look nice.

Well, it sounds good. :uhh:

And women are usually perceived to be more attractive when ovulating.

However, some women don't understand the compliment when you tell them they look as if they're ovulating.
 
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I understand what the OP is talking about, and I prefer cute girls. As to why, I can't give a definitive answer.
 
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Wasn't this one of the themes in Grease (and more recently, Glee)? The "cute" girl transformed into the "hot" girl to secure the affections of her beloved.
 
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Wasn't this one of the themes in Grease (and more recently, Glee)? The "cute" girl transformed into the "hot" girl to secure the affections of her beloved.
Romeo and Juliet too, except she transformed into a hot guy. It's complicated and it didn't work out well.
 
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I lined up six cute girls one one side and a half dozen hot girls on the other. I was in the process of deciding which I like better when my wife came in. I prefer the quiet life, but I don't live it.
:rofl::rofl::rofl:
 
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I think this was the theme of Shrek, too, where Fiona turned into a hot chick every night and back into a cute chick every day.
 
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Personally I like it when cute girls decide to look hot. I think most cute girls can also look hot. But not necessarily vice versa.
 
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I don't think it's begging the question yet. It would become begging the question if someone answered something like "Men prefer hot girls over cute ones because hot girls are generally preferable, whereas cute girls are merely cute." In other words, to "beg the question" you have to answer the question by asserting the assumptions of the question.
I think that is: circulus in probando (circular arguement).

What I meant by begging the question is that the OP has assumed that 'most guys prefer "hot" girls over "cute" girls.' I'm not sure if that's what begging the question means though. the way I view it is that they have made an assumption that should be proved prior but they've just stated it as a premise.

I do not 'prefer' hot girls over cute girls but I think these subjective terms would have to be more precisely defined to continue a discussion anyways.
 
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This is an age old discussion: Ginger or Mary Ann?
 
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I think this was the theme of Shrek, too, where Fiona turned into a hot chick every night and back into a cute chick every day.
Whether she was hot at night and cute during a day is a matter of personal preferences.

Back to the original question - what if someone prefers cute girls during a day and hot girls during a night?
 
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This is an age old discussion: Ginger or Mary Ann?
Definitely Mary Ann!

She's hot!
 
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I think that is: circulus in probando (circular arguement).

What I meant by begging the question is that the OP has assumed that 'most guys prefer "hot" girls over "cute" girls.' I'm not sure if that's what begging the question means though.
I'm not completely certain myself, but I've googled it and read about 5 different sites. A couple of them characterize it as a form of circular argument, and it seems, from all 5 sites, that in order to constitute "begging the question" you need both an unproven assumption and a conclusion based on that assumption. The OP has only unproven assumptions. So, I don't think it's begging the question yet, and won't be until someone offers a conclusion arising from acceptance of the unproven assumptions. My impression is that, to be properly labeled as "begging the question" it's acceptable for the conclusion to be completely circular ("because hot girls are preferable") or not so circular ("because hot girls give the impression they'd be more exiting in bed").

All of which begs the question:"Aren't these complex arcane usages doomed by the slow but inexorable bulldozer of the increasingly popular, and simpler, use of the term as synonymous with 'raises the question'?"
 
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This is an age old discussion: Ginger or Mary Ann?
Mary Ann always wins because she was authentically cute while Ginger was always a hollow caricature of a hot woman.

Let's level the playing field and pit Mary Ann against authentically hot Ultraviolet:

Mary Ann:
http://blogs.creativeloafing.com/blurbex/files/2008/03/mary-ann.jpg [Broken]

Ultraviolet:
http://z.about.com/d/movies/1/0/Q/J/8/ultraviolet01250610.jpg [Broken]
 
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I think that most men prefer women who can be both, but that is just a guess.

I prefer 'cute' primarily and 'hot' secondarily.
 

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