As shown in the pink section of the graph, 75.5% of respondents picked the financially successful yet visually unimpressive man as the more eligible bachelor.
This issue marks the debut of a new regular column, titled “Which Would You Choose?
” For the very first question, Ane Can asked its readers whether they’d rather have an ugly man with an annual income of 300 million yen or a handsome man who’s unemployed as their boyfriend.
While Ane Can’s editors were probably expecting a more even split, online commenters were anything but surprised.
“It’s what on the inside that counts.” “What’s on the inside = money!
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” column is to present readers with a tough choice where both options have comparatively significant pros and cons.
Since this is the first installment, though, it looks like they’re still ironing out some kinks in the topic selection system, because when the votes were tallied for these two theoretical beaus, the contest wasn’t close at all.
” “Picking the rich one is obvious.” “In the end, money is all that matters.” “Yup, a guy better have money!
” “So it’s not the man, but his money that’s popular.” “I’m a guy, but I’d make the same choice if they were women.” It’s worth noting that the Ane portion of the publication’s name means “big sister,” and the magazine’s target demographic is women in their late 20s and early 30s.
This puts them at an age when they’re no longer living off Mom and Dad.