What do you think being ugly means? Is ugly being fat or having glasses? Is it being disfigured or having acne? What do you think? Would you still care for someone no matter how they looked? How much do looks matter to you? What matters most to you in a relationship?
Looks are important in the world. We see on TV, magazines, etc. on what people think is beautiful. But there is no way that everyone can look like that. I might sound stupid, but I think it really is better to put aside how people look and focus on who they are. Every day people are picked on for their looks even when there is nothing they can do about it. Some are born pretty and some are born less pretty.
Let's face it, looks are important today, but what I think we should do is try to see past someone's outward appearence and know them for themselves. I really don't think there is an ugly. I can always find something nice about a person. What about you?
Hi Ladies! I'm really curious, Just how serious is your shopaholic tendencies??
How much do you spend on clothes per month?
I saw this article on glamour's "Slaves to Fashion", and they had a post that intrigues me. I am wondering.... Would anyone buy this?
Will You Buy A Business Suit You Can Clean In The Shower?
What if you never had to take your work clothes to the dry cleaners again? What if you tossed your suit in the shower for three minutes and it came out sparkling clean? It's already a reality in Japan, and the so-called shower suit may soon be hitting our shores.
According to recent reports, the Australian Wool Innovation has invented a suit that needs just three to four minutes of quick spray in the shower and then drips dry to a perfect finish--no iron, no steam, no hefty dry cleaning bills. It's aimed at students, young members of the working world, and "time-pressed professionals [who] are attracted to the convenience of garments that don't have to be dry-cleaned." The shower suit already has had some big success in Japan--this week, the company that sells them has increased its order so there will be nearly triple the number of "I just stepped out of my bathroom in this squeaky clean suit" loyalists walking around.
Does the thought of never having to drag your stuff to the dry cleaners again entice you guys? Would you buy a shower suit?
Is it ok to date a friend's ex? what would you do?
I don't. Because with that much makeup, I'd be worried about my pores getting all clogged up and my skin breaking out.Do you wear makeup when you hit the gym or work out?
Adeline & Hazel says: "UPI reports on the Masturbate-a-thon scheduled in Denmark. Really. Please don’t everyone rush to register!...Denmark sets first ‘Masturbate-a-thon’
Denmark, May 30 (UPI) — Organizers of Denmark’s first “Masturbate-a-thon,” set to be held at a suburban Ishoj nightclub, say more than 60 men and women are registered to compete.
The organizers said participants will be judged in several categories — -- " :OOPS:
I'm just going to tell you all right now: I have no fashion game today. It's What Are You Wearing Today day and I should step it up. But, alas, a hangover and the fact that it's going to be a lazy weekend have stolen my will and brought me to the dreaded of dreads style-wise: Jean and T-shirt.messy hair and no makeup.
Well, I'm not writing this to give myself a pat on the back. I just wanted to share something interesting....
My grandmother (passed away Oct 2005) had a bunch of favorite sayings, and this one was one she quoted a lot: "If your hand is open from giving, it is open to receive."
Well, to try to make the story short, I was in a supermarket today, when a down on her luck lady behind me was short in cash. I just got done my spree of $32.00 (approx), so I gave her $5. She said "God bless you" and "Have a blessed day." I said "Thank you" and "I hope you have a blessed day too". Then, I left the parking lot, and went back to work to finish my lunch.
Later, I saw an e-mail that offered Coach boots on freecycle, so I responded. I ended up getting them. Wow.... I didn't give the lady my $5 expecting something like that. I just wanted to help someone else who needed it, no strings attached.
So.... I gotta ask.... Have any of you ever participated in "Paying It Forward" or "Random Acts of Kindess"? I just love this idea of acting locally to spread peace.
In your opinion... and which would you say is doing better for you?