A. within the normal weight for my height
B. a few pounds overweight...that's good right?
C. underweight by choice, so I can look hot (not from illness etc)
A. a small or medium size
B. naturally big
C. medium/big and had implants or something else done to them
A. I either wear contacts because I'd rather not, for esthaetical reasons not wear glasses OR if I had impaired eyesight, I'd not let anyone see me in glasses
I have pretty good eyesight and don't need glasses or lenses, or maybe reading glasses, OR I could imagine having glasses if I needed to
I wear glasses and I have no problem with it. In fact, it gives my face character, wiseness, quirkiness, makes my eyes look more alert, and makes me look more dressed.
Ew, as if. The beauty ideals are there for a reasons; if men wanted that there would be no skinny models, ads, eating disorders etc. I'm happy I'm thin and gorgeous OR I truly wished I was thinner
I think they're ok, but I think most people would prefer looking at bit thinner models, especially men. Having bigger models is an idea that will never work in society. It's like communism; the idea is good but it won't work.
They're not in any way overweight and look healthy, happy, glowing etc. Men usually like that; skin and bones is biologivally designed to turn men off, since it signales an unhealthy mother of their child.
A. What a relief. This means I'll likely get sick a lot less, have more endurance, have stronger bones...and I do look better with those healthy squirrel cheeks glowing whenever i smile.
B. Panic. If I'm not underweight anymore, it means I'm letting myself go. I need to go on a diet so I can get my life back.
Mixed feelings; I know it's better for me and that I'm still thin, but I can't help remembering all those comments about having a "runway model body" before. guess I'll never get them now...
A. As if. They're so perfect and gorgeous, who wouldn't prefer to look like celebs, models and porn stars rather than looking like an ordinary, natural woman with a belly and personal quirks, and what guy wouldn't prefer that? I guess when I have my eyelash extensions with glittering diamonds fluttering on my face, full-face makeup and airbrushed my photo a dozen times, I can look almost as perfect.
B. Maybe once or twice, but not often enough, which is why I try to avoid comparing myself with the ideal that most people probably prefer.
C. This is creepy, but yes! That's happened so many times. I don't know why and what it is, but I think it's a good thing.
A. Maybe sometimes, but the need to often or always be in relationships, have sex with different people etc. many times denotes an underlying issue and is therefore not hot. neediness is a major turn-off, and so is promiscuity.
B. What a load of bull. Whoever said that doesn't know that true love and the ability to form and maintain lasting, quality relationships and men doesn't have to do with your hotness. Besides, one vcan be single by choice for many reasons. Additionally, independence can be pretty darn sexy too.
C. Yeah, if a woman spends her majority of time in men's company, pleasing them and getting pleased, she must be hot and have a stable personality, right? People are meant to have sex and get romantically involved with others, not to be alone. The standars are there for a reason right?
A. Who cares? OR if more time, resources and money was spent on something OTHER than advertising luxurious photo shoots of airbrushed, unhealthy and most likely unhappy women with dead gazes, and instead spending it all on something that made a real change in the world instead of simply contributing to making normal, pretty women feel insecure and inadequate, maybe this world would be a bit better.
B. I don't see the point. She looks kind of like a tranny. Why not put my best friend in the ad instead? She's got adorable buck teeth and a spark in her eyes.
C. Ah, Megan Fox. it must be every man's dream to be with her and every girl's dream to look like her. it certainly is my dream.