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    Junior Member dobages's Avatar
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    Default Classifying people based on Aesthetics

    The idea: People would get an aesthetics factor (1-10) based on physical attractiveness. There would be some kind of algorithm/program for determining it "objectively". Social events would be organised using the factor(It would be on your id or somethin'). Thoughts??

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    Let's try this from another angle - is this for kids?

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    I don't really think it would work. I see physical attractiveness as more of a relative thing and don't really understand how it could be objective, especially depending on culture and age group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dobages View Post
    There would be some kind of algorithm/program for determining it "objectively".
    Oh man, people have sort of, kind of, been trying for this for a while. The results are hilariously mixed.

    Social events would be organised using the factor(It would be on your id or somethin').
    Oh man,
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