A lot of people say that you can get pretty much anything if you’re attractive. But for Cherelle Neille, that’s apparently not exactly the case.
According to the Daily Mail, the 26-year-old shop assistant and mother of one from Manchester, England says she’s pretty much given up on trying to find a boyfriend. It’s not because she’s dated her way through and can’t find a nice guy. It’s because she thinks she’s too hot to land someone who will see her for more than just her good looks.
Here are a few of the things she had to say to the Daily Mail:
“I feel as though plain Janes have it easier because men will actually get to know their personality as their looks are merely average. Whereas, for me, it’s always the wrong attention, they never want to know me as a person.”
“I am sick of people assuming I am nasty when I am really a lovely person. My looks attract the wrong guys and it has been really hard, now I am completely over men.”
“They continually think just because I’m good looking, I am going to be rude or stuck up. They say to me ‘you think you are too good-looking don’t you?’ – which is ridiculous.”
“Whenever I am on a date, they only care about what I look like, they never even listen to what I am saying.”
“My last boyfriend just paraded me around to his friends and only cared about having his photo taken with me. No man I’ve met so far is ever actually interested in having a conversation with me.”
We find it a little hard to believe that there aren’t any nice guys out there that would want to give this beautiful woman a shot. Sounds like there may be more to this story.
But wait, there is more. Cherelle also says she’s so good looking that other girls hate on her, and she doesn’t really have any friends.
“Girls are jealous too, I only really have one friend. There was this one time I was clubbing with my friend and when we were in the bathroom, loads of girls I didn’t know were complimenting me, my hair and my looks. Then suddenly my friend walked out and left the club, and she hasn’t talked to me since.”
“If I see a pretty girl I will definitely tell them every time what I love about them, it’s nice to be nice. I just don’t associate myself with many girls as friends anymore.”
There’s a fine line between confidence and conceitedness, and we’ll let you decide where this one lies.