And 75% Of Children Are Above Average
When asked by the New York Times why people would choose to post pictures of themselves at HotOrNot.com, University of Georgia Psychology Professor Abraham Tesser responded, "I don't think you can discount for the fact that some people who
get very low ratings indeed think that they are hot."
Or to quote two UC Berkeley undergrads that my friend overheard, "All of these Asian chicks come to Berkeley, and all of a sudden they think they're hot, just because they're competing with the other Berkeley chicks. All the of the really hot ones went to UCLA."