The vibe that I get from females is that, they're always trying to look better than one another. I've had experiences where I would be in a mirror and a female will get in front of me and make this whole scene; looking at her butt, flipping her hair and going all out. Also, when I admire a girls' beauty and try to say "hello" to her, they're so stuck on themselves that they prefer not to respond to me. Even when I'm walking past a female and I'm feeling great, her strut becomes a lot more aggressive to show off her confidence. I'm getting agitated with females. We all have different forms of beauty, so why the competition?
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Many females are just so insecure and don't know how to accept what they have physically. Then they allow that insecurity to make them make an ass out of themselves by coming off as a rude b*tch.
If you are truly confident, you don't have to force an aggressive strut. You don't have to be a b*tch and obsess over your physical beauty in the mirror, after you shame mommy's hometraining and rudely get in front of someone. True confidence is not something you have to try doing. Also, true confidence doesn't come from the outside in, it comes from the inside out. It starts with who you are and what you can contribute, not how great make-up looks on you or how long you can get your hair to grow.
There's this quote by Shakespeare "We all will laugh at gilded butterflies"
'Gidled' means to cover with a layer of gold or to give a deceptively attractive appearance to. A butterfly that is already beautiful doesn't need to paint it’s self gold because it's naturally beautiful. It's the same concept for those bitches who add all of this fake sh*t to build their "deceptive attractiveness" but in actual reality, they have nasty fckn attitudes and have little if any social grace.
With girls like that, you just have to look at them and smile because you are not like them and because you are not like them, you will always have an upper hand with men, with friends, and with life in general :)1
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