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  • #26455

    _Robert_
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    The entire human race is captivated by them, men and women both. Songs and poems and untold gifts of gold laid at their feet. Entire industries revolve around their beauty. Tastes vary…but there is that 1% of woman who really do stop traffic. You hear a lot of how women age like wine, that plus-size girls are pretty too or that everyone is beautiful. Well there is some truth to that, I’m sure LOL. I have known so many guys who literally worshipped pretty women and volunteered to be their mechanics, plumbers and furniture movers on call just for a hug and a smile.

    #26476

    Simon Paynton
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    It’s always struck me that beautiful women lead a charmed life, I’m sure the same is true for beautiful men too.  On the other hand, it might get to be a pain in the ass being adored everywhere you go.

    #26479

    Davis
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    Being attractive gives you immense benefits. Through absolutely no work or development on your part, you get away with things others wouldn’t and are more likely to get a good job, into clubs, partners, higher salaries, get away with crimes and have doors opened up for you.

    Being attractive also makes you more ripe for abuse. Considering the very high level of sexual violence (against both men and women) being notably attractive places you in a pretty high risk zone. As does being taken advantage of. Promised things that never materialize. Used for the night. Friendships that sprout up because of your attractiveness and nothing else. Highly attractive people need to be on guard all the time that they are not taken advantage of or used, attacked sexually (and endlessly sexually hollered at and pinched and insulted etc).

    Ask super attractive people if they’d take a “less attractive making pill” and I don’t think you’ll find too many people who take it. And apart from making themselves look dumpy sometimes or totally avoiding the public eye, there isn’t a very high rate of attractive people scarring their faces or cutting off their noses.

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    #26517

    Unseen
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    Being attractive also makes you more ripe for abuse. Considering the very high level of sexual violence (against both men and women) being notably attractive places you in a pretty high risk zone.

    Actually, it’s usually the opposite that’s the case. Being unattractive forces women to lower their standards when it comes to potential mates, so they end up with abusive males and even feel so “lucky” to have a partner that they operate under the fantasy that they somehow deserve their abuse.

    #26518

    Unseen
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    One of the problems of being a beautiful woman is that she can never be sure if her friends—especially male friends—is based on her physical being or her as a legitimate human being.

    #26837

    Glen D
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    It is said “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”

    Of course I have admired classically beautiful women. There were two in my neighbourhood;  one was a natural platinum blond with cheekbones which could cut glass. Didn’t know her very well as we were the same age. On one of the few times we spoke ,she told me: “I went out with a Mercedes last night. On Saturday I’m going out with a Porsche” . (truly)

    The other was a good friend’s sister,  also same age. She looked to me like a Tahitian princess, and up to today was the most beautiful woman I’ve ever actually met. Slightly shorter than me, long, raven black hair, huge brown eyes, skin the colour of honey, and a perfect figure. She worked in a light bulb factory. (really) She had left school at grade 5 as that was all she could mange intellectually.She was also one of kindest natured people I’ve ever met. I was too young for her. Pregnant at 18, married , and had 5 more in the next ten years. Seemed very happy.

    As for me?  Physically, at my peak, I was about a six.   Some girls thought I had wicked eyes and a cute bum. Girls with whom I went out ranged  from about a 3 to a 7. The woman I married was a five, physically.

    I still have the ability to change the the way I see another person. After I get to know them ,if there is a decent person inside, my perception softens, man or woman. I was in my 40’s before I discovered that not everyone else did the same . I was shocked.

    My wife was my best friend because she had qualities I admire . EG kindliness, a strong moral code, wit and intelligence.–and an interest in the world .We did a lot of travel, o/s and domestically.

    Walking around my city, I see few truly beautiful  women, using the absurd values of the fashion industry. IE  size 0 anorexic swizzle sticks.

    Also see very few people who are ugly on the outside.  To simply dismiss such people as  less than or unworthy is arrogant ,shallow and short sighted, imo.

     

     

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    #26877

    _Robert_
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    It is increasingly hard for me to say ‘no’ to her.

    I had a strict no pet policy for years…due to allergies. Now I sneeze a lot since this guy has joined us….

    https://atheistzone.com/wp-content/uploads/hm_bbpui/26877/m0ehg4yth1xjbf3v728pcunhzivjq7f3.jpg

    Geez, I am crazy about a lil rabbit. Stick a fork in me.

    #26878

    PopeBeanie
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    One of the problems of being a beautiful woman is that she can never be sure if her friends—especially male friends—is based on her physical being or her as a legitimate human being.

    Same for people with money.

    #26879

    There is a famous line from a British TV show where the interviewee is asked “What first attracted you to the millionaire Paul Daniels”?

    #26880

    Glen D
    Participant

    @_Robert_

    I love wabbits, especially curried.

    My next door neighbour has two, kept in a hutch on the front lawn, white as in your photo.

    It’s great actually because my Jack Russell loves rabbits. So when he gets out, he heads straight for the rabbits, and runs around the hutch barking at them. Makes him much easier to catch.

    Rabbits are not common pets in Australia as they are considered vermin. They were introduced by  idiot Englishmen with the First Fleet [of convicts] in the eighteenths century.

     

     

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by  Glen D.
    #26882

    _Robert_
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    @Glen,

    I was surprised with the cleverness and communication skills displayed by this rabbit. It took a while to understand, him, being a prey animal and potential lunch. You can earn their trust slowly. Now I walk him on a leash, play hide and seek, take him for paddle boat rides on the pond and his favorite: bulldozer, when he tries to push me around with his head. In fact in that photo he is begging for a treat.

    #26888

    Glen D
    Participant

    @_Robert_

    Thanks for that.  I wasn’t aware rabbits were that smart.  I have heard them scream in distress.

    I don’t suppose they can be house trained?

    Cute animals, even though we Aussies are meant to hate them. They are part of the national culture.

    The clip below is one of my favourite a TV ads ever:”The Great Wall Of China” (.45 seconds)

     

     

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by  Glen D.
    #26892

    _Robert_
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    I guess so, that’s funny. Your British cousins adore rabbits. Japanese as well. Bunnies take to a litterbox immediately.

    This young lady is good with them 😉

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpRQ8aidsOc

    #26905

    Glen D
    Participant

    @_Robert_

    British cousins?  No, no, I said English which is NOT the same.

    The UK includes the previously separate kingdoms of Scotland, Wales and a chunk of Ireland.

    MY people are 100% Irish Celt, on both sides. NO English interlopers in MY genes.

     

    PS: I’m only taking the piss. I believe the Americans use the fragrant expression “breaking ones balls”

    #26908

    @Glen D – I’m only taking the piss….With that idiom you must have Irish genes 🙂

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