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By BlackCheetah101 - / Wednesday 4 November 2009 06:51 / Australia
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Maybe he meant it in a positive way, like because he thought you were way out of his league and that there was no way you'd go for him.

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(cough cough) replying to first just to be read (cough cough) op, you must be ugly as hell (i'd rather say "ugly as fuck", but i don't wanna be rude bwahahaha)

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*back to the FML* Can you really complain OP? This is classic karma at work here. You think some guy is ugly only to find out that he doesn't think you look like the beauty queen you see yourself as. FYL, but not for the guy thinking you're, FYL for being a shallow bitch. Hell, for all we know, you ASSUMED he was talking about your looks. How do you know he wasn't picking up on the fact that you're shallow?

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I doesn't necessarily mean that she's ugly. He might have a warped sense of beauty, being ugly himself.

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#68. How is it karma if despite thinking this person was physically unattractive the OP decided to give the date and chance only to have a completely tactless and rude gesture thrown back at her? Do we have to control how people think despite the fact that their actions didn't reflect those thoughts?

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This is something y'all can talk about to to your kids.. "Lemme tell you how I met your mother kids.. "we met in a mall that my bud set up and I thought she was uglier then homemade soup...and she thought that too!! Haha you know the rest..."

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It's karma because, despite the OP giving the guy a chance, she described him as "the ugliest, most disgusting person you' ever meet." I've met some unattractive people in my time, but NONE of them deserve such a harsh label. So everything's fine and dandy, he's "the ugliest, most disgusting person you'll ever meet" but hey, whatever...untill the favor is returned. It more of an "If you can dish it out..." situation. It's obviousy ok for the OP to describe someo

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Onomatopoeia words still have spellings. Sure, sometimes it's just common sense, but if I write yey, then it's underlined in red, whereas 'yay' isn't. Yay is in the dictionary, yey isn't.

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neither did 54..... and 'win +1'?????????how much of a nerd can u get, "snort heh heh win plus one!! uber noob alert!! weeze"

Maybe he meant it in a positive way, like because he thought you were way out of his league and that there was no way you'd go for him.

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Oh, Twinklestar, you are very kind and generous. You are a very nice person, but I think you've got this one wrong. Ugly people are not attracted to other ugly people. We ugly guys want to get the prettiest woman we can. Some of us are able to land someone better-looking than we deserve, but a lot of us cannot. The reason you see ugly people together is that they have both come to the realization that good-looking, or even ordinary-looking people are unobtainable, so they settle for ano

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I don't think that's true. Sure, most people care about looks to some extent but that doesn't mean they don't care about other things enough to cancel that out. Personally I find I view someone different depending on how I feel about them. I have a friend I've had since childhood who I am very loyal to given how long we've known each other but who has a lot of personality problems and is pretty much a downright bitch. People always say she is very beautiful, but being completely honest, I si

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Ouch, Twinklestar! I tried to say how nice you were and this is how you characterize me? "Perhaps he was some fat nerd who had developed this way of thinking spending all his time online." Yikes! FYI, I've been losing weight, but I have a ways to go before I'm one of those "After" photos that sometimes show up in the right-hand column. The nerdiness, sadly, is incurable. I have yet to meet someone in person whom I first met online, but I'd venture to say that if I

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I was talking about the guy in the OPs post, not you, and I wasn't saying that was all guys on the internet. Just that it is a lot of guys on the internet, and seems like a very warped way of thinking some guys have developed online ( perhaps offline too, and are not so vocal about it) where girls are either super model beautiful, or dog ugly, with very little middle ground and very little consideration given to their own looks.

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Oh, Twinklestar, I am so relieved. I'm glad you were not talking about me. Whew! For the record, your picture looks quite nice and appears to be in that middle ground between "super model beautiful" and "dog ugly," but leaning more to the "super model beautiful" side. ;)

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"...was the ugliest, most disgusting person you will ever meet" maybe her opinion of him went down the drain after she received that comment, before that he could have just been plain ugly to her.

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sorry for reposting that twice my cp is messed up and it posted to the wrong person p.s. i had a online boyfriend who i would normally consider ugly but because of what twinkle star said i thought he was kind of in the middle and i really liked him however we live in two different states and never got to meet and how old are you any ways perdix just curious but um . . . uh oh yeah why don't people put their pictures on here? i would like to see peoples actuall faces some times, my cp not w

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After you've looked in the mirror, thank your friend for setting you up with someone you obviously deserve; ugly and most disgusting person ever.

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perhaps OP is one of those girls who are pretty on the outside, ugly on the inside, and this guy happened to see that in her.

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