A fine figure of a man, she beamed
Exactly what does that mean
How he looks is important, sure
But personality is the true allure.
HANDSOME (PRETTY) IS AS HANDSOME (PRETTY) DOES – Good deeds are more important than good looks. The proverb was first recorded by Chaucer in ‘The Wife of Bath’s Tale’ (c. 1387). In 1766, in the preface to ‘The Vicar of Wakefield,’ Oliver Goldsmith wrote: ‘Handsome is that handsome does.