wileybosco wrote:Not sure if confidence plays into it and people seem to be magnetized toward that kind of person who feels good about themselves.
Stamperriffic wrote:I remembered doors were always opened for me, not so much anymore.
KimRL wrote:Stamperriffic wrote:I remembered doors were always opened for me, not so much anymore.
I don't believe doors are being opened much for anyone as much these days as in the past. But that's a different topic all together and my own personal soap box.
[In France] an alluring woman who is not conventionally pretty is revered as a jolie laide-- literally an ugly belle-- and she is often the object of envy because of her uncanny ability to attract suitors in spite of her unusual looks... beauty is a feeling, not a spectacle.
In America, nine out of ten women are not happy with their physique. The great anatomical wonder that is their naked self is a burden to most of them. In France, where women are under less pressure to be thin, a rotund silhouette is seldom reason enough to renounce the pleasure of a daily baguette. And whereas losing ten pounds in the United States requires a full-fledged campaign, getting rid of the equivalent of four and a half kilos seems less taxing in metric system...
More than beauty, what makes you lovable is the way you care for yourself.
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