The Cheerleader Effect: Why People Look Better in Groups
According to a scientific study using real science and stuff, The Journal of Psychological Science claims we look more attractive in groups as opposed to all alone.
I have to start hanging out with larger groups of people, because being single at 40 I have to look as good as possible. How would I go about this? A Craigslist ad looking for other dudes to stand around me? The research says, " Our asymmetries and disproportionalities tend to average out amid a group of faces, and our weird little faces are perceived as slightly less weird." I definitely have a weird face, a cross between Christian Slater and Jack Nicholson in the Batman movies. Therefore I think it's now a priority to get an entourage at all times to balance out my awkwardness. I'll let you decide do I look better alone or in a group?