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As one of the most attractive people in the world, I have to admit that this story really hit home with me.  My beauty SHOULD make other people treat me right.

A study out of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland found that the more attractive someone is, the less likely they are to think they should PAY for a meal on a date.  And that goes for both men and women.

Michael Stirrat is a psychologist who led the study.  He says, quote, "You'd expect people to have a knowledge about how good looking they were, so they [feel] they need to make less effort to meet people or get a chance to impress people.

"So it does make sense that more attractive people would be less willing to pay.  They are going to have more opportunity so they can be more choosy."

As one of the most attractive people in the world, I have to admit that this story really hit home with me.  My beauty SHOULD make other people treat me right.

Via (Ipswich Advertiser)