Good news for the unattractive and the marriage-phobic: a new relationship survey from Zogby International and AOL shows that the majority of respondents would date someone their friends thought was ugly, while 50% of those surveyed from ages 20-29 think marriage isn't necessary to prove love. Though most of those polled said they would be "willing to date someone with different political or religious beliefs, a different race or a person with a physical disability," there are still some deal breakers, like bad hygiene or a STD. The biggest deal breaker of all? Infidelity. AOL Personals director Keith Brengle told Reuters: "Trust is still extremely important for the 20-somethings — they wouldn't work through any infidelities, they'd walk away." [Reuters]