Really? I know plenty of women who prefer bald or balding men. It's distinguished looking When I was 18 I had the biggest crush on Captain John Luke Piccard (sp) of the USS Enterprise I thought he was so sexy.
I am vertically challenged. In other words, I am short. If I could change one thing, I would make myself a little taller- about 5 inches. It's tough when you have to stand on a stool in your kitchen and in your closets. It's the little things!
I think there is a lot of things I would of considered changing in the past but now after reaching the age of 40 and beyond Im happily married and content so now I don't think about physical characteristics so much, but I do like to maintain a certain level of fitness.
All great answers here! I think I would like to have the body I had in the 20's and the strength I had back then. Oh we must not forget the gray hair LOL. It would be nice to have my hair all dark and not salt and pepper , but no dye for me, I just have to be happy the way everything is right now and to stay healthy and happy.
I think I will opt to unite with the late Nora Ephron and say, "My Neck!" I can see the signs of aging in this area in particular and it is unsettling. I guess it is a good thing that here in the northeast the weather is changing, so can anyone here say, "scarf?"
As mentioned, healthy mouth with a nice smile would be fantastic. Never really understood why health insurance covers months in the hospital at $3000 per day but they don't cover dental which might cost $30,000 to have a perfect mouth. It is proven that heart and major health issues stem from poor oral hygiene, so insurance companies might actually spend less. Anyway, great question.
I can change a lot of things by exercising or not exercising. Recently I have been working on by abs, chest, shoulders and triceps by dong push ups and planks. However I can not do much about my height. So if I could magically or scientifically change one thing I would like to be 4 inches taller. I am short and it would nice to be closer to an average height. Tall people are often treated better and have an easier time reaching things.
A few times I have been singled out because I am short. People have bothered me or tried to physically pick on me. It takes a lot to bother me and I am strong but I still don't like it when people try.
I can understand where you are coming from. Here's a little food for thought: I had a boss that I worked with for over 6 years before I realized that she was shorter than me! She had authority & a big personality ~ she stood taller than her hei
I'd have my leg back the way it was before I smashed my knee up last year! It puts things in perspective - I can put up with all my aesthetic deficiencies; if I look like Ma Kettle - who cares? I just want to be able to run, skip and dance the way I did before - and took for granted. I was never a sporty type of person, but I live on nervous energy, and it's not until you can't move very much you realize how much you did move:) I guess that's not a funny answer but it's a true one. By the way, I don't actually look very much like Ma Kettle.
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