We’ve all known somebody that did absolutely nothing for us sexually. Then a few months down the line you bump into them into a club, and they’ve been hitting the gym, taking care of themselves and all of a sudden we’re telling them, “you look well” (aka: fuck you’ve turned it around, I’d dick you now). Followed by the clichéd “good to see you” message.
It’s certainly a nice idea in theory, especially if all you’d have to do is get them a decent haircut and throw away their hideous shoes, but you can drag a lazy gay to a gym, but you can’t make him workout. You can get a shiny new toy, but you better believe that every other kid in the playground is gonna try and play with it. So you better make sure he’s fallen good and hard while he’s still in ruins.
Like developing a property, developing a boyfriend can require a lot of time and effort, for much less return. You could also encounter stubborn foundations, and get refused planning permission for your transformation. The key is not to undertake too big a project; you just wanna redecorate, not refurbish the entire venue. It’s a gentle nudge in the right direction towards more your type, not changing an entire person ’cause they make you chuckle every now and then. And while it may seem superficial to try to alter anyone’s appearance, is it not in fact the opposite of that, because you’ve actually seen beyond the hair, and the clothes and the grooming, to what’s beneath?