Researchers tested this by showing people a photograph of themselves and then a mirror image of that photograph. While the person in the picture almost always chose the mirror image as more attractive, their partner almost always picked the photo.
Just further proof nobody will ever love you quite like you love yourself.
Tonight, driving home from Daly City on I-80, I saw the shadow of a car in my rear-view mirror. The vehicle’s outline was only visible through the reflections of headlights around it because this oblivious person did not have their headlights on. I slowed down in order for the oblivious car to catch up and pass me, and then I flickered my highbeams. Another car notices and joins in the action. The flashes of highbeams have yet to alert the vehicle of its lack of headlight and must have confused the hell out of him because the SUV infront of it began braking randomly. In his frustration, oblivious car speeds up and passes randomly braking SUV. Hilarity ensues as the SUV then changes lanes to follow the oblivious and flash his highbeams — as I continue to flash them and so does the car beside me. He finally realized and the flashes stopped.
I would have felt so confused and irritated if all the cars around me flashed their highbeams and began breaking in front of me. However, it is better than getting into an accident because you forgot to switch on a light.
I just dreamed that I ate a bunch of Now and Later candies and most of it got stuck in my teeth. After trying to get most of it out, there was still a lot, which was preventing me from closing my mouth…
Afterwards I woke up to find a large amount of drool on my pillow. Attractive.