Designed by a handsome giant baby named Ed Nash, above, Fit or Fugly (Fit: Brit., informal: SEXXXY) judges your attractiveness based on the proportions of your face, processed from a photo and a little user input — to peg exactly where your nose, ears, eyes and mouth are. Does it work? As a tool for determining objective beauty, possibly. As a tool for planting tiny, fertile seeds of doubt about your attractiveness in your subconscious (and others'!), yeah, sure. [Cult of Mac]
Because What We All Need Right Now Is An App To Tell Us We're Ugly
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