Are people more obsessive about their looks than they used to be?
Back in the day, when people had less they seemed happier with less - whereas now we have people obsessed with looking like a certain standard. My say: we're all ok as we are!
I really dislike the current trend into the "wax museum" look. I can't imagine that these celebrities are not told by their "peope" how ridiculous they look. I agree we are okay as we are, and there is nothing wrong with aging.
Yes, I think with the current plastic surgery trend people seem to be more obsessed with looks and trying to look younger. All they do is end up looking like a 3 dimensional cartoon. Sad.
by ohmygoodnessrae 8 years ago
It seems like people who do not believe in the Word of God are so adament about posting negative comments on the forum topics about God. They get so angry about it. Why the heck do they care???
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by Ronnie wrenchBiscuit 15 months ago
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by Michael Valencia 22 months ago
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by Elena 5 years ago
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