Is it possible to be just too good-looking to find true love? One UK mother of four, a 44-year-old receptionist who resides in London, says it really is.
Forget that almost all of her social media images show her in a variety of seductive poses and making kissy faces. Dawn Cousins says she wants to find a man who likes her for her true self, but instead attracts the lusty attentions of men from their teens to their dotage.
While crying that she couldn’t possibly date men who are “fat or unattractive,” Cousins may be overvaluing her own pulchritude. Her You Tube show, called “The Dawn Cousins Show,” has only 95 subscribers, not quite in the 2,822,484 Beyoncé or 944,966 Kim Kardashian range. But Dawn claims she is, nonetheless, burdened with the heavy yoke of being, well, just too hot.
“I sometimes wish I didn’t look so good,” she says, which may be one of the reasons her friends say her head has gotten a tad too big for its own good. “I look half my age,” she insists, while also claiming that she is seeking true love, while remaining single for the past 14 years.
But after all, she has her standards, and Cousins says she cannot lower herself to date any of the gentlemen in her 19-99-year-old fan base.
“I’m not in the same bracket as them,” she insists. Dawn says she is often mistaken for a sister of one of her four kids, who are ages 17 through to 22, and notes that even her co-workers won’t leave her alone in the attention department. But alas, it is all to no avail: she can’t get a date.
Maybe it’s time to lower her standards. Even Cousins admits that she is “starting to panic” about her still-single status after all these years. Not too surprisingly, Dawn veers towards the younger end of her fanbase and says she plans on moving across the pond to hopefully find that elusive heartthrob before it’s all too late.