|Web site||A social site only for beautiful people: http://www.beautifulpeople.com/|
– BorgClown, 2009-10-31 at 06:37:00 (6 comments)
|On 2009-10-31 at 06:40:06, BorgClown wrote...
So... I don't know it it makes me laugh or makes me sad. It's frivolous, it's ridiculous, but it's also a powerful concept. Beauty sells.
|On 2009-11-01 at 20:49:21, DigitalBoss wrote...
I guess if you are considered to be beautiful it is a good thing. Have you ever talked to a "beautiful person"? They are generally shallow and ignorant. I vote for sad.
|On 2009-11-01 at 22:22:02, BorgClown wrote...
I think most of the strikingly beautiful people don't feel naturally beautiful, so they go to the gym, buy creams and lotions, have skin and hair treatments, keep up with fashion, buy perfumes, etc. That is a lot of work, which leaves less time to balance other aspects of their lives. If you get obsessed with your appearance (ugly or beauty extremes), you'll end up empty inside in the long term.
|On 2009-11-01 at 22:22:18, BorgClown wrote...
Flowers can't blossom forever.
|On 2009-11-02 at 03:57:00, DigitalBoss wrote...
I've seen some really beautiful older women. Maybe the older ones are better at intelligent discussion? Nah, I doubt it.
|On 2009-11-02 at 11:53:03, Lee J Haywood wrote...
@BorgClown: Hmm, it's true that many beautiful people do work hard to maintain their appearance - and style can go a long way (esp. towards attracting other beautiful people). But I agree with DigitalBoss - every time I see a 'beautiful person' I assume that they're shallow and will be uninteresting to talk to. People who live their whole lives getting what they want because they're beautiful make little effort to work on their personalities and make friends by being genuinely interesting.