Looks Aren’t Everything

Looks Aren’t Everything

Looks Aren’t Everything

 

Apparently when you first meet someone, it takes less than a second for us to decide whether we like this person or not. But the reality of a quick glance or a polite “Hello” is sadly not enough time to give anyone a chance let alone make a decision.

As humans, we cannot help but subconsciously judge people every day. We scrutinise people by their clothes, nationality, culture, body language and even the way they talk. Sadly, it’s very easy to judge ‘a book by it’s cover’ and sometimes this can come back around to bite us.

In fact, how many times have your initial thoughts on someone been completely wrong? Did you meet someone and think ‘Oh she doesn’t look very friendly’ only to find out later, that she’s the nicest person on the planet – just very shy?

Or have you been in the situation where you’ve met someone and instantly thought “We’re not going to get along” but then later discover that you and that person have so much in common?

It happens to the best of us. But as well as this initial judgement, stereotypes also come in to play. Of course, we all know that just because someone is wearing a suit, doesn’t mean that they are smart. Nor does someone covered in tattoos make them uneducated. However, assumptions and stereotyping happens and it is offensive and in almost every case, completely wrong!

We are so much more than our appearances. People can judge your looks all they like, but the reality is beauty is only skin deep; whereas personality and interests is deep-rooted.

Unfortunately, people cannot walk around with boards stating their interests and lifestyle, but thankfully with Huggle you can express yourself and meet like-minded at the same time!

So, what are you waiting for? Download Huggle and pick the places that you regularly go to and discover and connect with people who share your interests and lifestyle.

#NoJudgingRequired 

 

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