If you take someone who is the average income, and the average age, and average looking, and average athleticism, and average height, all of a sudden, you’ll find there isn’t many people that fit all that criteria. By average age criteria alone, you are looking at <2% of the population, add in all the other criteria and you are way below even 0.01% of the population.
The average is a good tool for making sense of data. It’s a terrible tool for judging groups of people. Think about specific people you know, or specific groups you know. Don’t serve an “average” as an audience. It never makes sense.