By Anonymous - 02/08/2012 19:16 - Canada - Lloydminster
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Although I don't have quite that many comments under my belt, I've been lurking in the dark recesses of this site for a while and still cannot understand why some are so seemingly possessed with the obsession of being the first commenter. On top of that, I would also like to know the reason behind commenting when you have nothing worth reading to say; you're effectively inviting and condemning yourself to Execution by Thumbs. The evident lack of brain utilization on this site is truly amazing.
I'm pretty sure they taught us in school you are not supposed to use "and" at the beginning of a sentence. If it is a number below 11 you are suppose to spell it out (it makes you look lazy). Its h not H. I didn't realize that getting the first post was this amazing thing. Maybe you should try out a new hobby there number 14.
This could work for you. They might accept you more, if you like your boyfriends mum. Make the best out of a "bad" situation.
This sounds more annoying (from what I can derive from the FML) than insulting or destructive. I guess if I was mistaken for a persons dad it would be similar to being mistaken for your friend or brother. I could see this leading to the point of exasperation. As a side note, I had to check and see if this story was based out of Alabama. That might have shed more light on this...
You're kidding, right? Let me tell you my little sob story. I've been going to school with this kid that I'd liked for about two years or so. He'd made it clear to me that he thought I was ugly. So, I had leftover makeup to use up the day after one of my recitals (it was lots and lots of heavy makeup) and I wore it to school. First thing that kid says to me? "Oh, Kendall. You look pretty today". Exactly.
I don't want to get into this again but as americans we live in a society based on looks, and then a decent personality. Don't disagree because you know that you wouldn't date someone who is ugly but has a great personality, but rather someone with good looks and a decent personality.
Thanks for all of the inspirational woman empowerment talk guys, but I think the point of what she said was missed. She was talking about how with a little makeup a guy who is obsessed with good looking girls changed his view on her. The power of makeup is what was the point, not how she's with a guy who's only into her looks.
I kind of agree. My sister-in-law wears a TON of makeup. I saw her once without it and D: she was hideous. Washed out, haggard and just sickly. Makeup can (in a LOT of cases) change the way you look. Professional makeup artists can turn a dude into a gorgeous chick in seconds. Or a dude into a flesh eating half-faced zombie. Just gotta be talented
I'm guessing that's a bad thing... Lol. As long as you don't look like Meg from family guy, you're golden.
This is a sign that you should probably change your 80's hairstyle and clothing. Don't want your future father-in-law feeling you up from behind!