It didn't work out with that super hot guy because it wasn't meant to work out.
When analyzing the potential compatibility between ourselves and a suitor, oftentimes, the "he's out of my league" excuse comes into play.
I have absolutely no interest in dating a shallow robot whose only redeeming qualities are their abilities to dress well and grow a nice set of facial hair.
I'm way more interested in being with someone who has similar interests and is oriented around the same values that I am passionate about. We all have a different idea in mind for the type of personality and emotional and intellectual attributes that we desire in our "ideal" partner.
But the point is that one thing is true for all of us: someone's face shouldn't hold more value than their heart, and someone's body shouldn't be considered more important than their mind.
Compatibility isn't founded purely on how attractive you and your partner are in respect to each other; that's the number one aspect of League Theory that we seem to succumb to unknowingly.
Beautiful people aren't beautiful based solely on how they look, but more so on who they are.