British people are among the ugliest in the world according to elitist dating website BeautifulPeople.com. Interested applicants submit their photos and are rated based on looks to determine whether they can join the site. Since Beautiful People went live worldwide last month, it has rejected 1.8 million people from 190 countries. Talk about high standards! But the British have perhaps suffered the most rejection, according to Reuters:
Fewer than one in eight British men and just three in 20 women who have applied to BeautifulPeople.com have been accepted, an emailed statement from the website showed.
Swedish men and Norwegian women have the top admittance rates.
Beautiful People managing director Greg Hodge claims Brits have just let themselves go:
"Next to Brazilian and Scandinavian beauties, British people just aren't as toned or glamorous."
So who does BeautifulPeople.com think they are? From the "About" part of their website.
The concept and site was founded on one very simple principle of human nature - the fact that people want to be with someone they are attracted to.
It may not be politically correct to say so... but it is honest.
Beauty is subjective and BeautifulPeople Network believes that beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. The rating module was born from this very principle. By giving the power back to the members to define their ideal of beauty in a democratic way. Essentially, by applying to BeautifulPeople Network applicants are being beholden by thousands.
As a member of BeautifulPeople, you will have access to the most attractive people locally and from around the globe. You will also be able to frequent events and parties hosted by fellow members and BeautifulPeople Network. You can also post your own events and invite friends and attractive members you'd like to meet.
The professional networking options included in the Business Area allows you to explore new business and employment opportunities. BeautifulPeople.com is also frequented by some of the worlds leading model scouts, talent agencies and production companies looking to recruit talent.