One thing I should say though, that if a person is willing to learn from you instead of shrugging it off as if you're a nutjob, then that's a person I will always respect. Unfortunately, EVERYBODY is a big ass know it all loser 🤷♂️. Imagine the mother of a daughter who is critically ill, gets approached by a homeless man who says to her, "I can save your daughters life." What do you think that stupid bitch is going to say? I'll tell you, "Oh the doctors told me she's a hopless case. They went through 8+ years of medical school. You're homeless, you can't do anything." That woman is a perfect example of 99.99% of humanity. Straight up!! The bitch lacks faith. That man who you think is homeless, could literally be Jesus for all you know.
I think that there's nothing wrong with being jealous. You can’t have that much of a good life. If you have the advantage of being good looking , you should also be tough enough to deal with the disadvantages.
To live the life of who you want to be and get away with it is just proof that you are doubtful of your beliefs because you are hiding behind a facade! Yet the facade is true! But to fail by being that way is truly hurtful... so you live behind your real facade and live a lie of weakness for fear of being judged! It’s an oxymoron!
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Some people say that I’m drop dead gorgeous but all I see is a 4/10 in the mirror
However you look, it's good that you aren't so focused on your appearance that you neglect the rest of your self. I find that many women who know they are extremely attractive are so focused on their appearance that they don't develop the other parts of themselves as people. That's why a beautiful girl who doesn't know it is so attractive to me. Because I know she has the potential to have it all, and probably has more than just her beautiful looks for me to discover. That is what I call attractive.Now you have got me curious about you. ;-)
Those who are obsessed with their appearance have it the hardest when they grow old
How very true.
I have known women, and dated women who were extremely attractive. They attracted men by the dozens everywhere they went. You would be surprised at how many of them were lonely and never were able to make a real connection with a man. Their relationships were always superficial because men were attracted to them for the wrong reasons. They were always seen as an object to display and not as a person with thoughts and feelings of their own.In many ways I think being an exceptionally physically beautiful woman is a handicap. It can be an impediment to a fulfilling relationship.Men have a similar problem on the other side of the coin. If they are wealthy, it attracts a lot of women. In a similar way the women are attracted to them for the wrong reasons and it makes the relationships shallow and unfulfilling.I guess we all have our crosses to bear. It ain't easy being so attractive! ;-)
I can understand it because if I were to date an exceptionally attractive man, I can imagine that I would be too distracted/ mesmerized by his exterior to notice his interior which is is personality and character. But this only occurs If he’s exceptionally attractive which is pretty rare. Many of the pretty girls that I know are usually the most insecure girls on earth. They constantly feel the need to compete with other attractive girls. Theyre insecure because they know there’s always gonna be someone more attractive than them. And they also know that their looks will disappear one day which stokes a lot of anxiety. Many of these pretty girls who have been called beautiful by others their whole lives , never have learned to base their self worth on their inner selves. So when someone more physically attractive comes along, they feel attacked. I think it’s really best to just appreciate yourself for who you are on the inside as it never goes away.
I like the way you think. And if you don't mind my saying it... I also find it very attractive. :-D
Clarification since I failed to read the question properly: No I don't have a problem with them. I mind my own business. Even if they love to flaunt themselves. To each their own. I'm too focused on my own life
You didn't have to attack me like that. Character development is harder for us than you think : (
@Chester_Cheeto lol then work really hard.
whats the big deal that i know im good looking? ... unless its because i hold other people to my standards and thats uncomfortable.
It's kinda true. I think it helps explain why plenty of male comedians don't marry or perhaps have dating issue. How the HELL could ya not like somebody who's LITERAL job it is to make people laugh? It's "ugliness." That part isn't said flat out ioud, but guys have figured out by now it's goddam sad truth.
And trust me most ugly people feel sorry for their existence.
True also and important to believing it is part of it.