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The most beautiful girl

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Monday, June 25, 2007 5:32:16 PM
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    I have no idea why women go crazy when they hear these words. The second someone tells them they're the most beautiful they start floating on the air and feeling satisfied that they've beaten Cinderella, Snow white and just about every story about a pretty woman! Frankly, If I was a woman and someone reduced my existence to being "pretty" I would be so mad I wouldn't know where to smack him!

    Just about every fairy tale we know talks about the "pretty" and the "ugly" and how the "pretty" is always the nice, gentle, honest, brave, victim, innocent one. While the Evil, mean, deceitful, lying, coward, aggressor is always the ugly. Somehow reducing everything it is about judging people to simply how they look.

    I think this is so deeply rooted in our cultures to the point that it reflected on the societies and the way we're brought up. Beautiful and nice or ugly and mean. It's so rooted, that being pretty is being passed as a complement to people to represent other feelings like love and affection.

    I'm not really sure who took from the other, the culture from fairy tales  or the other way around, but one thing is certain they hold close resemblance.

    Back to the way women are dealing with these words. I'm so surprised how many women through everything out of the door at the mere hearing of words like she's beautiful. As if shes been going through two decades of education to reach the point where she can finally hear those words!

    On the flip side, women who don't hear them often suffer from low self esteem, and feel that they're the ugly ducklings. It makes them feel even worse.

    Here's the sad realization.... Women march to these traps with their own feet. Many are so obsessed with beauty that you will find them going through great lengths just to prove that they're beautiful. Suffering everything to get there, from harmful chemicals applied to their young faces. To cosmetic augmentation and implants. It's such a sad realization when someone with a wealth of character and knowledge has to compete with beautiful airhead. It's such a sad world we live in when an Amazing PhD holder has to compete with surgically inflated (aka fake) people.

    If all what a man sees in a woman is a pretty female, then she ought to be very upset. Her existence is far greater than that beautiful image. I don't care if she is really beautiful or not. What I care about is that she's not only that! There's much more in there.

    It's such an unfair world. The world that rewards people on their looks and the color of their skin not the content of their skulls!

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    on a side note, the other day I was in a store and the girls behind me waiting in line for the cashier picked up a magazine..Thats exactly what I heard:"Jessica Elba is so ugly, I don't know why guys like her", I prefered to keep quiet, but I gave her a look that said what was on my mind..
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    • Luai
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    • On: 6/25/2007 7:00:49 PM
    Mohanned,
    Jessica Alba is hot, hot and hot.  What do you think about Jessica Biel?  A total knockout!  Oh, back to the post....kinda got sidetracked by the mention of these steaming beauties!  Who doesn't like to hear those type of complements!  But I think even "pretty" girls suffer!  They are stereotyped and they have to sort out all the BS they get from guys.  And there are some who just eat it up and it inflates the circumference of their heads.  I think it also depends on who calls them beautiful.  Mom's tell their daughters they are pretty all the time.  That doesn't mean they're not, but momma could mean beautiful from the outside, inside or both.  But have a stranger tell a girl that and that could illicit a few different reactions; a "thank you" or even the cold shoulder, or even an all out physical attack.  It all comes down to who's saying it and what their intentions are.  For some to say it, the physical characteristics are all they need....while for others the beauty radiates from the inside and the outter looks are not the clincher...it's all in the eye of the beholder.    
    Qwaider, your point is very valid and its so true! I would just like to add that it depends on who told me I'm pretty. if its a stranger or a person who does not know me, I hate it especially in a business environment where people need to take me seriously, but on the other hand when someone I know for a while tells me I look pretty it feels great ! no one hates a positive thing, beauty is an attribute but its not the most important thing, so not every one who tells a lady she is beautiful is reducing her to the airhead level.
    I couldn't hold my tongue on this one. For me, whenever someone says that I'm pretty. I start feeling uncomfortable and start thinking what does he want from me? Is he really after me as a person or just wants to play with a pretty thing. I hate to feel that I'm just "a thing"
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    • Maher
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    • On: 6/25/2007 8:36:54 PM
    in the old days , if someone wanted to tell a girl that she is pretty he had to write a whole poem for her..thank God we arent living in those days anymore.
    and who do you think is responsible for this..who made woemn think this way?

    MEN

    tab3an

    on earth..this planet we are two genders(announced ones..I am not talking about xxy)..men and women....everything we do everything is realted to the other sex....why are men now so into body building? why do they go to fix their hair..go to tony and guy on thursdays and see..lamma tiji

    its to impress the other sex

    looks are important..those who say they aren't are evading the truth..can u sink ur teeth into a very non appealing piece of cake? no..of course..looks are just for starters if there is nothing to support a good looking man or a pretty woman..like a good personality,education..then looks start to fade away with time..


    some women go too far plastic surgeries cosmetics they look like a walking wall...some make their beauty their only asset..thats their problem..maybe it is..poor girls..but afterall..u cannot deny the importance of being pretty..specialy nowadays with all the media emphasazing this part.

    walahi ne7na masakeen w men7azen..
    No offense to any body..

    "Man asked the Gods (astagfar Allah): why did you make Woman so beautiful, sweet, charming, attractive...?
    Gods answer: so that you will fall inlove with her.
    Man asks again: you made her so perfect, but why did you make her stupid?
    Gods answer: So that she will fall inlove with YOU!!"
    We didn't do anything to women. We're victims of women to begin with :(
    Come on Mala2e6, you know Ana tayyeb oo el otta btakol 3ashay (Puppy eyes) bas ana bakol el otta :)

    Wonders LOL ... that's very funny. But did you know it's one of the most famous lesbian jokes? I kid you not :)
    But welcome to my little hole in the wall.
    I did NOT know that! :) (so don't get any ideas)
    thanks Qwaider
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