The Male Rating System

The Male Rating System

by: Sam Stevens

While not necessarily New Age in nature, Samantha has noticed a lot of clients asking questions about their potential beaus lately and she thought this refreshing change might be just what was needed to help our female Realm members keep things in perspective regarding their male paramours. Enjoy!
-David –
Believe it or not, if you go into forums on web sites that are devoted to the subject of how to pick up girls, you will find people posting messages about something that is called the mating rating system. Reading one of these forums is kind of a rude wake up call if you ever thought that men “rated” us on such qualities as humor, intelligence or charm. Instead this rating system, which in a state of constant debate seems to be based on leg length, the size of your lips, how high your cheek bones are and whether or not you have big breasts.
The Male Rating system finds its origins in the movie”10″ starring Dudley Moore and Bo Derek. This was a romantic comedy that was made in the seventies that featured the adventures of a neurotic alcoholic who was looking for a woman who he considered to be a perfect Ten on his personal rating scale. He finally finds her in the person of Bo Derek, who is six feet tall, has long blonde hair, full lips, icy blue eyes, legs that go on forever, a tiny waist and a very vacuous smile.
My opinion is that if men are going to rate us, there is no reason why we can’t develop our own system to rate men. However because men are more sex oriented and women are more relationship oriented our rating system is going to be a little more sophisticated. It also won’t be as racially BIASED as the male rating system, which seems to prefer the Aryan ideal of the Nordic Queen.
To find out how your male rates on our rating system answer the following questions by choosing an option below. Choose only one option. You can add up points as you go along. Be forewarned you will never find another rating system anywhere that is as honest and forthright as this one. It is based on very realistic criteria that could bring your head down out of the clouds and could really make you think twice about who it is you are going out with.
What level of education has he completed?

Elementary school 1 point

Grade Six 2 points

Grade Nine 3 points

Grade Ten 4 points

Graduated High School 5 points

One Year of University or College 6 points

Two Years of University or College 7 points

Completed College but no degree 8 points

Completed College With Degree 9 points

Post Graduate Degree 10 points

How much money does he make a year?

$ 0 to $5,000 1 point

$5,000 to $15,000 2 points

$ 15,000 to $25,000 3 points

$25,000 to $32,000 4 points

$32,000 to $36,000 5 points

$36000, to $42,000 6 points

$42,000 to $50,000 7 points

$50,000 to $70,000 8 points

$70,000 to $90.000 9 points

$ Over $90,000 a year 10 points

Has he had?

One Heart Attack or More 1 point

Full dentures 2 points

More then five dental crowns 3 points

Smoke a pack of cigarettes a day 4 points

Back Problems 5 points

Migraines 6 points

Allergies 7 points

Occasional Muscle Strains 8 points

No cavities 9 points

No Health Problems whatsoever 10 points

Has he ever been diagnosed with any of the following?

Schizophrenia 1 point

Manic Depression 2 points

Paranoia 3 points

Personality Disorder 4 points

Anger Management 5 points

Attention Deficit Disorder 6 points

Obsessive Compulsive 7 points

Depression 8 points

Anxiety 9 points

No disorders 10 points

In the past he has:

Been jailed for a felony 1 point

Charged with drunk driving 2 points

Charged with assault 3 points

Been a member of a cult 4 points

Been jailed for a misdemeanor 5 points

A member of AA or (blank) Anon 6 points

Declared Bankruptcy 7 points

Attended church once a week 8 points

Participated actively in a charity 9 points

Donated more than $5000 to charity 10 points

Which of the following terms or phrases is he most likely to use to describe his ex?

Slut 1 point

Bitch 2 points

Pathetic 3 points

Selfish 4 points

Too Needy or Smothering 5 points

Codependent 6 points

Troubled 7 points

Sad 8 points

A tragedy 9 points

A great person “but it didn’t work out” 10 points

Which of the following statements describes best how he spends the majority of his free time:

Spending time with his wife or ex 1 point

Drinking with his buddies at the bar 2 points

Sleeping 3 points

Watching sports 4 points

He spends his free time at work 5 points

Spending time with his mother 6 points

Reading 7 points

Participating in sports 8 points

Working on a favorite hobby 9 points

Participating in community events 10 points

Which of the following statements describes him the best? Only pick one:

He hates his mother 1 point

He is sullen and moody 2 points

He is a bit lazy 3 points

He is a bit of a dreamer 4 points

He worships women 5 points

He is very hard working 6 points

He treats his mother like a Queen 7 points

He loves children and animals 8 points

He loves to dance 9 points

He has a great sense of humor 10 points

Which of the following actors in a movie does he remind you of the most?

Al Pacino in Scarface 1 point

Matt Damon in “The Talented Mr. Ripley.” 2 points

Mickey Rourke in Nine and a Half Weeks 3 points

Micheal Douglas in Fatal Attraction 4 points

Jack Nicholson in “As Good As It Gets.” 5 points

Owen Wilson in Zoolander 6 ponts

Adam Sandler in the “Wedding Singer” 7 points

Tom Hanks in “Castaway” 8 points

Kevin Costner in “Field of Dreams” 9 points

Will Smith in “Independence Day” 10 points

Pick the one action that he has done MOST OFTEN to you

Slapped or hurt you even accidentally 1 point

Humiliated you in public 2 points

Called you a name in private 3 points

Made fun of your career 4 points

Prevented you from going out on your own 5 points

Displayed jealousy over your ex 6 points

Lent you money 7 points

Bought you a box of candy 8 points

Brought you flowers 9 points

Made a meal for you 10 points

Now add up your points. You should get a double-digit figure. Move the decimal point one digit over to the right so that you have a rating out of ten. For instance if your man’s rating is 79 then he is not a Perfect 10 he is a 7.9.
My theory that is that if the mans rating is 6.9 or lower than the relationship is not likely to last very long. If it is 5.0 or below, you should drop him a look for your own “Perfect Ten”.

About The Author

Sam Steven’s metaphysical articles have been published in many high-standing newspapers and she has published several books. You can meet Sam Stevens at where she works as a professional psychic. You can also read more of her articles at where she is the staff writer. Currently she is studying technology’s impact on the metaphysics.

This article was posted on April 14, 2005