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BeautifulPeople.com Thinks British People Are Ugly

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Posted By: The Booze at 9:32 am

12 Nov 2009

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Telegraph.co.uk - Fewer than one in eight British men (12 per cent) and just three in 20 women (15 per cent) who have applied to BeautifulPeople.com have been accepted as members.

Since the website was opened to UK members 295,000 people have applied, with only 35,000 being approved.

Existing members of the website rate how attractive potential members are over a 48 hour provisional period, when applicants upload a recent photograph and a short personal profile.

Swedish men have proved the most successful applicants, with two-thirds (65 per cent) of those putting themselves forward being accepted. Norwegian women are considered the most beautiful with more than three-quarters (76 per cent) making the grade.

The ‘elite dating site for beautiful people only’, went live across the globe on 26 October this year. Over the past two weeks, the site has rejected nearly 1.8 million people from 190 countries.
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An elitist dating site full of hot Norwegian women? Why didn’t I think of this? I need to follow their business plan, but with a different audience. Unfortunately www.uglypeople.com is already taken and not being used to its fullest potential. They clearly aren’t doing their job if I would bang any of the girls on that front page.
Regardless, I need to chill with some Norwegian women this weekend. If any of our female readers are Norwegian, leave your digits in the comments section (link to myspace page optional).
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