Are All Mormons Hotties?

This is a long-standing joke with my Mormon friends from all over the country.   We’ve heard people talk about how many of the Mormons they’ve met they think are good-looking, and then ask if all Mormons are just…beautiful…

My answer?  Totally.  I think that your lifestyle and how you take care of your body really can affect how attractive you are.  Part of being a Mormon is following a set of physical standards:  We don’t smoke (anything) or drink alcohol, we don’t use tobacco in any form, and we don’t drink coffee.  The result?  Great smiles, great smells, better skin in our older years, and great breath (sometimes…).  We are also counseled to “retire to thy bed early, that ye may not be weary; arise early, that your bodies and your minds may be invigorated”, and, to the extent that we really try with this one, we also have great…whites of our eyes.  And littler bags under them.

So if you want to look like…the Cullens Family… (not Mormon but definitely pretty enough to be)…try out our lifestyle for a few months.

5 thoughts on “Are All Mormons Hotties?

  1. M. E. Pickett

    I like your answer. I’ve always thought that dressing modestly boosts our attractiveness too, as counter-intuitive as it may sound. Let’s face it, not all bodies are beautiful and exposing too much of it leaves no room for our imperfections to hide. When we dress modestly and neatly, we present our best selves to the world.

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    1. Melanie 2

      Dressing modestly is not about hiding our flaws, but showing respect and attracting the right kind of attention. Physical bodies are essential to God’s plan – it’s one of the reasons we needed to come to earth. We show respect for God and his plan by treating our bodies as he would – both inside and out.

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      1. M. E. Pickett

        Of course God doesn’t command that we dress modestly in order to hide our flaws, thus making us more attractive on average. However, that does not mean this commandment cannot have the added side effect of doing just that. There are many benefits to obeying God’s commandments that have nothing to do with his reason for giving said commandment. An example from this post is a case in point. I don’t think that God commanded us to abstain from tobacco in order to keep our teeth free of yellow stains that smoking causes, but it nonetheless does this, making Mormons, or anyone who doesn’t smoke, more attractive as a result.

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  2. Obviousanswer

    If you think Danes are good looking, then you will think Mormons are good looking. Utah Mormons are descended from Danish immigrants. The answer is really obvious.

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