I do believe that at first looks are usually more important, simply because you more than likely don't really know anything about the person.
After you begin to know said person I do think that the quality of importance in regards to looks begins to shallow out. For some people, not all.
There are those who think looks are everything and without them a person isn't worth trying for.
I do value looks, but I don't put them first once I start speaking with someone.
I am a very observant person. Some have described me as being a human chameleon.
I am very outwardly adaptable. I'm good at making people feel comfortable around me, through observing what they find comforting.
I can usually read people stupidly fast. I can tell if a person is going to bore me anywhere between 10-25 minutes of talking to them.
As everyone does, I have my positive and negative traits.
Everyone tells me I'm smart, and very eloquent. They tell me I'm odd, but it's interesting.
Someone actually went as far as to tell me I looked like someone of fey origin xD I was actually quite flattered.
I think I'm well-rounded in opinions. I am open-minded and I always try to listen to the other side.
And here are the negatives lol
I'm a very negative person in general, optimism is not my forte. Honestly, optimism makes me want to vomit lol.
I'd rather expect the worst and hope for the best than expect the best and not have been prepared for the worst.
It's happened one too many times to me in my life.
I can be very cold at times, even to those I love. I don't mean to be, it's just how I am.
Whenever I want to be left alone. I want to be left alone.
I have a quick temper, but only with certain things. Other than that, I'm usually a very calm person.
I'm extremely paranoid, I have trust issues.
Whenever I care for a person deeply, it's almost like I develop this collar around my neck and I become their pet. It's like no matter how badly they treat me, I'm still completely loyal to them.
I know what you're thinking "Why stay around someone who treats you badly?"
Most of the people in my life have walked out and not looked back once.
Some of them I tried to stop, others I knew it would happen eventually, and there were the ones I just let go, and didn't say a word.
I always have to try and fix things at least once, even if they are seemingly broken beyond repair.
As for love, I've had the chance to experience it twice and only twice.
Love can be explained in many ways and at the same time it is indescribable.
I do believe that true love doesn't just go away, though I do think you can be pushed out of it and be made to hate someone if they treat you badly enough.
It drives me mad when all these kids nowadays date someone for a week and they go around screaming I love you to one another.