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Bad Comments On Your Facebook Picture Make People Think You're Uglier [Facebook]

Warning for the cripplingly self-conscious: a study from the University of Missouri has shown that crappy comments on your profile picture can negatively affect how attractive people find you not only in a physical sense, but in a social and professional one as well. At least in people who try to gauge attractiveness from nothing put a profile picture. More »
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