How Attractive Am I? | Lineup | Cut
– Uh, just not my cup of tea. – Not even for one night? – I mean, how? That hair, we’d
have to put it back for sure. – Not unless you turn around. (suspenseful music) – Hi. – Physically okay, butts, smile. – Yeah. – Usually like really
rambunctious and whimsical women. – But to put it simply uh, white guys. (laughs) – Damn it. (laughing) Oh god. – Let’s rate some people. – Alright, cool. – Alright. – You’re really tall. – Yeah you’re really gorgeous.
– I like tall guys. – I feel really rude, just
like checking you out. Dude, how do you have
your waist that small? You have such a nice ass. Nice, can I? – Go for it. You can like, yeah. – Solid nine. – The contrast between the
waist and the upper body. The way the shape looks. (people laughing) – I don’t know if, like, you’re nervous or if you’re just not sure,
like, which one is it? – I’m just super nervous. – A number? I would say a ten, like, easy. – Yeah, I’m going ten right now. The hair, the ensemble
is all put together. She’s slim but she’s really voluptuous. (laughing) – What do we got now? – Next. – Oh that’s it, see you. – Hi. – Hello. – Let’s get to it. Mediocre butt. (people laughing) – I’m digging the earring. You got your hair cut before
the scene here, I see you. I’m gonna give an eight. – I would go with a man eight. – Could you explain what a man eight is? – On a lesbian scale, he wouldn’t turn me. (people laughing) Like we wouldn’t, I wouldn’t
be, like, let’s do this. You know what I mean? – Are you Korean? – I’m half. The other half is white. – There we go. – I bet you like white boys. – I would say like an eight. – Five. – What am I lacking? – Your face is a little weird. – Why is it so weird? – I don’t know it’s just long. This sucks. Oh whoa. (people laughing) – My dog real strong and
manly like, you feel me? It’s definitely not my type, man you getting like
a one from me big dog. – It’s all good. – Alright, solid, shit, my guy. – I do like the shirt and I
like the way everything matches. Seven. – Five. Just not my cup of tea. – Not even for one night? – I mean, how? That hair, we’d
have to put it back for sure. – Not unless you turned around. (people laughing) – Alright? – Hi. – You like me don’t you? – You cute. – I know, alright. – How tall exactly are you? – Six, three. Does that
help my score a little bit? – Yeah definitely. – I mean you’re tall but you’re bald. (people laughing) – There’s that. – You’re still a little
more manly than I like, but I mean, I’m telling you,
you’re well put together. I’m gonna give you an eight. – As far as a guy’s concerned a nine. – Six. – Just a six? Why a six? – Scratch the six, give you a seven ’cause of you’re attitude. – I’ll take it. – How you doing? Good.
You smiling big too. She got cute feet, for sure. – I like the shoes, they
look a little tight though. (laughs) Are they comfortable? My feet is pushing down. – Oh my god. Oh, I hate this. Seven. – A seven. – Why not eight? – Typically less attracted to Asian women. But if we were to sit down and I was really feeling
your vibe and shit, you might go to like an
eleven, through the roof. – But seven. (laughs) – Still seven. – Oh my god. Your eyes and your smile. – I was just making sure she saw my smile. (people laughing) – That is a good smile. – Yeah, I know you like this too. (people laughing) – Lesbian-wise, studs
usually aren’t my type. So I would say. – That’s fair. – Solid eight. – Like ten. – Oh, snap. – Like the symmetry is nuts. – Like one night stand material. – Oh, okay. – Five. – What? (people laughing) – Sorry, sorry. – A seven? How can I be a ten? – You can’t. (people laughing) – Preferences I guess. – Yes. – I’m Carter. – Carter, what’s happening?
– Nice to meet you. – Nice to meet you too. – Oh god, I don’t like myself today. Um, it’s so fucked up to say but like, I guess physically, like you’re not as fit as I would prefer personally. I would say like you
evened out at around a six. – Okay. – Five. – You get a nine from me for
sure, yeah you look good. (laughs) – I said, I like voluptuous women and uh that’s what you got going on. – I’ve been out here
getting low ass ratings. Where have you been? – Right here waiting on you. – Thank you. – You’re welcome. Bye, Carter. Yeah Carter, fine. – Now I feel, what the hell? (people laughing) It’s a ten. – Yeah I don’t want to. I’m sweating. – I mean he’s an attractive man. – Do you model? – I used to. – Yeah. – It’s like me in a man, I like it. So it’s like, you’re a ten sir. – Nice. – You are a ten. – Very instantly I can tell that your eyes are super piercing. So I really like them
a lot. Solid man nine. – I’m giving you a two.
You got the beard going on. The ‘stache. Just kind of like uh. – Sheesh, you have a nice bottom. – Thank you. – You’re welcome. – Ooh, nine. I mean you’re
style, your face, your gorgeous. – You don’t have a lot
of chest area going on. But that’s okay.
– I got the buns. – There still perky,
nice, you got the buns. – Thank you. – You get an eight from me. – Easy seven. – How can I improve my seven? – I don’t know, you can’t
really change your face unless you get, like plastic surgery. – I’m not saying – So you think I should
get a plastic surgeon. – No, no, no. Oh I don’t wanna do this anymore. – It was terrible. – Excruciating. – I just think that it’s
so hard like to go out and almost devalue people by being like, this is my standard and according to my
standard you’re a seven. – Alright. Bring your fine asses
out here, I see y’all. – What are we doing? What are we doing right now? – Mhmm. – Oh, I thought I was done. – You, over there. You, right there. – This is the weirdest experience ever. (groans) – Okay. – Yeah you come on over here. – Here. – Okay what’s going on. – Sorry. You, here. – In between these two. – We’re getting there. – You, right here. (laughs) – Yeah, that’s it right there. – [Instructor] Okay. – Okay. – Yes, yes. – I guess maybe part of me
like wishes I looked that way. Like that sounds sad
when I say it out loud ’cause it’s like I don’t, I don’t know. – Honestly it’s like a projection of like I guess my own insecurities. – I believe this goes
from masculinity for me. I feel like he’s like a, has a little more feminine energy to him. Carter, my dear Carter. (people laughing) Carter already know how I
feel about her, I told her. (groans) – I feel like this is a, is
a good representation, yeah. – Hell, yeah. I feel good about
myself everyday I wake up. (people laughing) – Yeah. – That’s it yeah. (applause) – I’m outta here. – That was fun, nice meeting all of y’all. Yeah that was great, great. My guy. – [Instructor] Alright, that’s a cut.