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Although I do understand that this is an FML, Op can get another job interview with a new interviewer, if not a different company. Anyway, at least Op got a fantastic compliment. She is apparently both pretty and smart. No harm in that.

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OP was probably interviewed by a family member that raised the girl who said I'm too cute to be Haitian. Best of luck, though. Jobs in Florida are hard to get especially living down south.

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I agree that #25's comment was rude but she did say it was her opinion that she found #2 average. Not everyone views beauty the same way. Hell, I have been told everything from being ugly to beautiful by other people. What they think of my looks is their opinion and I don't care because I am confident in myself for believing I am beautiful no matter what someone else thinks. That's how everyone should think for themselves but sometimes poisoned words get the best of us to believe other wise about ourselves. #2 despite what #25 thinks of you, keep your confidence up. That alone to have is a beautiful thing in my opinion. :)

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If she can win then she will get a lot of money and not have to worry about getting a job. However, she would have to prove they said that and that is the hard part.

Wasn't there a few studies that claimed the more attractive students usually had more one on one attention from their teachers? If so, why would it seem so odd that many would have a combination of intelligences and good looks?

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I've also learned about some psychologic studies that showed that teachers (and people in general) automatically linked beauty with a lot of other positive character traits (smart, nice, friendly...), while ugly people were linked with negative character traits (stupid, lazy, mean...). Without realizing it, the teachers began a self-fulfilling prophecy. They treated the beautiful pupils like they were smart, and they actually got smarter. They treated the ugly pupils like they were stupid, and they actually got stupider.

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"Boys go to Jupiter to get more Stupider" (Sorry that word triggered that poem. Lol) ***Same with beauty being associated with being good and ugly represents evil. Ex: Disney's villain characters.

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But there is a stigma with certain looking beautiful people. I will reference Legally Blonde here as well as the YouTube series "Most Popular Girls in School". I know these sent actual people, but mainstream media reflects societal opinion. On top of it all, let's not forget the Damsel in Distress, which is a totally helpless yet beautiful woman stuck needing some smart and strong man to help her out. Just my opinion on the matter :) they still should have verified OP's resume though, before dismissing her for being too beautiful

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I have seen this happen a lot. One of my friends K is stunning. She is a natural blonde, and people would talk to her like she was just a pretty face with no brain behind it. She was turned down from a lot of jobs that she was qualified for. She dyed her hair brown and said she saw a huge difference, people treated her with more respect and she got hired on the first interview after the change. So, I think how the attractive people present themselves has a huge influence on how they are treated.

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