So beautiful you are intimidating
We Sk8 is a perfect example of a rapper making it happen in the internet era.
We all love to look at her, talk about her, wonder about her. The great job, beautiful friends, a date every night, men falling over themselves to be noticed and doors being opened for her -- both literally and figuratively. When we meet someone new a first impression is first about looks; only later do things such as personality, brains and character start to take on meaning.
While I’m no Elle Macpherson, I’m tall, slim, blonde and, so I’m often told, a good-looking woman. But there are downsides to being pretty — the main one being that other women hate me for no other reason than my lovely looks.
If you’re a woman reading this, I’d hazard that you’ve already formed your own opinion about me — and it won’t be very flattering.
He says the public clearly rewards businesses with the beautiful faces.
In The New York Times interview, Hamermesh found that for beautiful people in general, "Most of us, regardless of our professed attitudes, prefer as customers to buy from better-looking salespeople, as jurors to listen to better-looking attorneys, as voters to be led by better-looking politicians, as students to learn from better-looking professors." Beautiful women have it even better and get away with things ordinary people can't.
No it’s not Christmas, no it’s not the day you finally get your tax return back, it’s Leo season.
Leos are known for being fireworks among an army of plastic bags.
But, as much as fuckboys are a nuisance to society, it’s pretty entertaining to deal with them, especially if you know off the bat exactly what their game is.
When it comes to texting a new potential boo, even the chillest among us can start to feel a bit hectic.
Should you be real af and text him as soon as you get his messages? Should you calculate how long it takes him to respond to you, triple Welcome to the most wonderful time of the year, fam.
Is it because, with age, we care more about a relationship’s potential longevity, rather than just instant sexual gratification?
Or perhaps we become more acutely aware of the impermanence of beauty after experiencing our own signs of aging?