Why do most women work so hard at looking good and not so hard on their personality?
Most Women? Those are fighting words Mister! :-) Seriously, do you really believe that? What is it you find in most women you meet that is lacking? Really that is like saying, all men are ______ fill in the blank. People are individuals and need to be approached as such. All men are not one way or the other, and neither are women.
It is true women spend lots of time trying to look good and it is because they think they can be the center of attraction only if they look good. It is a completely wrong notion and women with no great looks, but with a wonderful personality can win the hearts of everyone.
by StricktlyDating 5 years ago
Tips for a women to wake up looking goodYou know when you get a fright in the mirror in the morning..How can you wake up looking better and fresher?
by Rajinder Soni 8 years ago
Have you ever lied a friend that he/she is looking good when you thought he /she didn’t?
by Peeples 5 years ago
Why is it so hard to find employees when so many are jobless?Is it my fault or something else? I've been trying to find employees for a part time position. The job averages $15 an hour and 20 hrs a week. Yet very few people respond back to the add. I have had two people quit the position in a month...
by Neha Sadana 5 years ago
Is looking good important if you act badly?
by Article Magick 6 years ago
Is the future looking good for online business builders?or should we take our virtual identities...and start to meet up in the real world? I've seen a few signs lately to indicate that the days of online marketing gurus are numbered and maybe it's time to pack up our bags and move into the real...
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
I always wondered why those little words effected people so much, so i ask my fellow hubbers out there to tell me and try to answer the question, "why is saying i love you so hard?"
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