This website is terrible. You should be looking to meet someone because of a nobler reason, like they inspire you. I don't deny your piece about nabbing Prince Harry has some elements of truth, but they are twisted. First, you shouldn't have to change yourself or your habits to make someone love you, this will only end terribly with feelings of betrayal and shame. Second, those who are following these rules don't care about him at all. He never truly had a normal childhood, nonetheless life, how was it not expected for him to rebel against the standards that came with his birth? Most people whom are hindered by rules and expectations rebel against them in one way or another, some more drastic than others. Therefore, by aiding in his rebellion you are shaming yourself in that you hurting your own health and reputation, and shaming him in the same way. Third, being superficial will most definitely not bring you his or his family's favor in any way. You are the only person who may judge whether you are beautiful or not, just because society's standards name a girl ugly doesn't mean he will. As for drawing his attention, most people in general flock to confidence, what is attractive about this is others see you as you see yourself, therefore if you believe you are attractive, confident, and prince-worthy you will be. As for being wealthy, this simply helps in your reputation and your potential as a member of the royal family. Anyone who wishes to "nab" someone as troubled, imagine the burden of the media, as Prince Harry must first wish to involve themselves in the world, know what is happening, so that they may look at his situation with maturity. They must also wish to seek him to help him, to support him, to love him as a human being for what he does, not what his official title is. They must be willing to deal with the nightmare of the paparazzi, the unglamorous side of "celebrity" life. They must wish to bring something to him, whether he reciprocates or not. Love and life is about helping and supporting others selflessly, and without question. I know that I seek to meet him so that I may bring my experiences to him so that he may share his with me. I believe he is a wonderfully beautiful, compassionate, determined, intellectual man with a wonderful sense of humor, not to mention strong and flexible, along with many unnamed qualities. None of you "Harry Hunters" will ever catch his heart, maybe his eye for a split second, but you are selfish, shallow, and undeserving of his time. For if you know nothing about someone, the hardships they've endured, or the goodness within them, you do not even deserve to look at them. I am a beautiful girl in my own opinion, and if you question this let me know and I'll send you a picture, but it doesn't matter because I believe I am beautiful and no one is going to change my mind. I wish to excel at school, broaden my knowledge base in all areas, and be wise and mature. I wish to know the world, to know it's people, to know every inch. I wish to inspire people, help them, support them in any way I can. I don't believe in damaging my body for anyone, and I will most certainly never do it for myself. The choices that others make in this area are up to them, I will not judge, but seek to help if they wish me to. I am not saying that he will ever even look my way, but I know I am more qualified than any of you because of who I am. I am a foreigner to fame, so I would look at it with a fresh mind, ready to learn and use it for good. I know what matters most in life, love, of others and yourself. I wish for him peace and happiness, if that does not include me then so be it. However, the simple fact I wish for his happiness most of all shows how much more qualified I actually am. He inspires me to be a better person, and I love him for that. Unless you come close to any of that, forget it, you're just wasting your life and his.
-Something I wrote in response to an article on how to snag Prince Harry, apparently it is with, and I quote, being hot, getting drunk, making a scene, being rich, and not knowing what you want out of life. How anyone can see those qualities as desirable is beyond me.