In the book, No More Expectations, the main character, Brianya Johnson (who recently lost 206 pounds) is on a *date* with one of her suitors. Intimidated by his good looks and well-attended to body, she says to him:
“I mean, you’re a good looking man. You’re educated and smart. You’ve got a good job. Got all your hair and your own teeth.” Ed burst out laughing. “You don’t live in your parents’ basement. And you could have any beautiful non-celibate woman out here. So, why me?”
Do you think she’s right to be concerned that he is interested in her when there are so many other women out there that he could have chosen?