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The Search for Perfection

Updated on May 23, 2010

Men are visual creatures

I never thought of myself as drop dead gorgeous, even though I have been told I am. I have a pretty good self-esteem. I know I could improve myself, body-wise, but I don't hate my body. I am in the middle of working on me, body and soul. I am also never the type of woman to ask a man out. I learned this weekend, well Friday why I don't.

Not to embrass myself, I was told I wasn't that attractive to him. He left it in an email to me. He disappeared and then decided to do that to me. He crushed an already sucky time in my life and made it worse, of course he claims he wants to be friends with me. I don't understand men. I grew up around boys my whole life and I still don't understand them.

I have been wearing horrible clothes, I don't know?????

MSNBC states that men like hourglass figures, mine has and always been hourglass, I was blessed with more sand in the top and bottom of me, kinda evenly, lol.

Maybe I came off as a none sexual being.....

Men like sex, we all know that, all I will say is WRONG to me not being a sexual being !!!!!!

I held a conversation. I like things like sports and South Park. I don't think I bored him. I didn't go to girly on him. I didn't do all the talking.

Maybe what hurt the most is that he gave me the like me vibes.

I just don't understand men, I had my nice cries over it all weekend. We will see if he wants to be my friend.

Not sure I am blogging about this. I told this guy I think, as much as he wants to say no, he is looking for a perfect woman.According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the average U.S. woman is 5' 3.7 (162 centimeters) tall and weighs 152 pounds (69 kilograms). This corresponds to a Body Mass Index of 26.3 kilograms/metersĀ², which is slightly less than the average man's.She wears a size 14 dress. !/3 of all women wear a size 16 or larger.

The US media "ideal" woman is 5'7", 100 pounds, and a size 8. Let's not even talk about the modeling industry.

Personally I don't want to look like a little boy. I like my curves....REAL WOMEN HAVE CURVES!!!!

Whatever happens will happen, if he doesn't want to be my friend or date me. His loss


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