I was told today that women with ugly faces shouldn't be allowed to dress up or wear skirts and dresses. I went to a social thing to meet new people in a skirt and blouse and this other woman (who was older than me) said this to me. She was with a group, and they all agreed. Not one person seemed to disagree, and if they did, they didn't speak up.
I was rude back, even though I probably shouldn't have been. She was really overweight, so I made a comment about her weight, but she said it only applies to people with ugly faces because the face is more important than the body.
I've never heard of this before. Is this an opinion a lot of people have? I wouldn't be wondering so much if it hadn't been basically a whole group backing her up. If she had said it by herself I wouldn't have cared. Keep in mind, they were probably ten years older, so it wasn't insecurity from younger people.
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What the hell? First of all that's not true. Being ugly for one is subjective and most people won't agree on whether or not a person is "ugly." Secondly, "ugly" people also have formal events to attend, are they supposed to show up in jeans? And fuck that anyway, anyone can wear what they want.
So I totally disagree. And was she trying to say that you were ugly? What prompted this?
If she's over the age of 12 then she's too damn old to be that petty and catty.
I think some of it has something to do with get weight. She feels bad about it so she attacks others. And her friends just didn't speak up. I doubt they agree or that anyone agrees.
And I highly doubt you're unattractive... She's JEALOUS0