It's Monday! You know what that means- a new Weekly Topic Inspiration thread!
This week is a special one- it's the first one in which we have a Hubber-recommended topic! The fabulous soozeqsh proposed Aging & Beauty as this week's subject. It's a good one!
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Big thanks to soozeqsh for this week's topic, and be sure to send me a message if you have a great topic in mind that would be good for a future Weekly Topic Inspiration theme!
I enjoy a good love story. When I saw the topic, I couldn't help to relate it to a love story, and I name it "Ageless Beauty". Hope you enjoy it.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Zits-and-More-Z … -As-We-Age
I remember being 13 years old and receiving so many compliments on my beautiful complexion. “Oh, your skin is so beautiful” or “Your complexion just glows my dear” (followed by my cheeks then being pinched by a neighbor or a dear friend of Grandma’s). Read more . . .
I wanna see someone tackle "men's beauty" with aging. . . .I only object to the words "men" and "beauty" in the same sentence!
Like "Sean Connery is a beautiful man"? lol
hehehehe. I envy his commanding tone of voice, that's for sure.
Remember those Red Stripe Beer commercials? The Jamaican guy hands the "American Dude" a beer and then goes, "Beautiful man!"
what a great topic suggestion! There are certainly various ways to tackle this topic.
Fun topic Simone~ Looking forward to reading the up and comming hubs!
Me too! Especially seeing as I won't be reaching my prime until AT LEAST age 62 ^_^
Hey that's great since we can't retire until age 100! LOL
Seriously, I one met a woman in her early 70s that was still working, and she looked aged 17, but with beautiful white hair. She is my role model.
Here's fun take on it: Nobody Wants a 50-Year-Old Woman
Awesome nostalgic hub Patty-- brought back memories of some truly special women. Your Gaga comparison is spot-on! Enjoyed this hub very much.
I beg to differ. I was once so stupified by the beauty of a Porta Rican Chemistry professor that I had to drop out of her class.
I'm willing to bet that right about now she's the most attractive 60 something woman in the world.
Thanks a lot - it was fun. I forgot to mention that Oldies radio stations in the Midwest give out Comestic Surgery packages as prizes now. LOL
Great topic, I'll try to come in with something, it's been a while since I wrote a hub and thisq topic is just the excuse I was needing to start writing again
How dare they question the sexy and attractive women who belong to the "Over 50 Bregade!"
In contemporary society beauty in a man can be very counterproductive. When my oldest son was a baby, he was so beautiful, and tender and slim, with big blue eyes,blond hair, beautiful smile etc. Growing up he had problems with his slimness, beautiful face, I am sure he was teased, called gay,girl,whatever, though he never complained, I suspected that. At 15 he started body building, he shaved his hair, he covered himself with scars and horrible "homemade" carvings on his body. He does not look beautiful anymore, for me he looks terrifying, though he is my son and I love him very much in any shape and form, but I still miss that slender pretty boy, he was before, but fully understand the reason he changed himself that much.
It isn't all about sex and physical beauty, nor only about women...
Thanks for this challenge...I hadn't written anything here since April, and this topic totally said to me, "Do it!"
Men and Beauty what can I saw other then I wish men would take the female context out of that word and understand that beauty is an entity which is admired, or possesses features widely attributed to beauty in a particular culture, for perfection.I am always surprised when men say they don't like the word. I love the word because of that I will age appropriately.. God willing...
Some people age well. Others become more elegant than beautiful. This actually applies to both women and women. And so they become more attractive
I've written a poem on Aging and Beauty. I wanted to try writing one of Phil Plasma's brick poems too, so I wrote a poem aabout inner beauty in the form of a brick.
The poem is called Inner Beauty as You Age
Here is why old bats should never have long hair....
http://hubpages.com/_119gremby1l8x/hub/ … Hairstyles
I tried to send you an email but couldn't find a link on your profile page. You have some stolen content on Flixya.com. I found some of mine today and started to look at all of the "blogs" by this idiot. There were at least two by you. Here are the links.
http://www.flixya.com/blog/3039652/My-W … ar-Stories
http://www.flixya.com/blog/3039662/Do-I … utterflies
What!?! Thanks so much for the heads up! Does anyone know what I can do about it?
Don't worry, it's been taken down now. I was furiously emailing everyone I could last night to try to get it removed and the blogger has been banned from that site now.
Yikes! That's... BLARGH!
But for reference, when you find copied work, Mrs. Menagerie, be sure to file a DMCA complaint. We have a guide on those here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/how- … -complaint
Oh, Mrs. Menagerie, this is halarious. And look at all the old Hollywwod women who look fabulous too, regardless of their hair length. Sophia loren comes to mind. Very egotistical of her, I'm sure.
Thanks Flora...Sophia Loren IS fabulous and Raquel Welch still looks hot. So rude...
I thought I would give this a try! I have given the idea of aging and beauty a different spin. Too much? You be the judge!
http://hubpages.com/_1545dbz9r7kpp/hub/ … de-by-side
I was inspired to write a hub in response to my own question. My hub is about how Aging can be Amazing. I believe that aging is a natural process and my hub expands on the idea.
Is there going to be a weekly inspiration topic this week, or has the introduction of a new contest taken over--if this is normal for the beginning of the month you must forgive me as I joined lastmonth in the second week of the month.
Big thanks to everyone who submitted Hubs for last week's WTI!
The new thread and topic are up: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/78440
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