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"I am so ugly!" How to Be a Really Ugly Girl - In Style!

Updated on March 7, 2012
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Fun fact: Each month, 6,600 people type "Im so ugly" into Google and hit enter. Another 60,500 Google "Why am I so ugly and fat," another 720 Google "Why am I so fat and ugly," 12,100 Google "Why am I so ugly," and 12,100 Google "I am so ugly."

Conclusion: We've got a lot of fat/ugly, ugly/fat, just plain ugly people out there. Considering how their brains work, I'd say most are girls.

Are you one of these brave searchers? Were you, mayhaps, hit a few times too many by the ugly stick? Maybe in the face?

Aw, don't worry. I mean, I'm not ugly (I'm frickin' gorgeous- people throw themselves in front of me and I walk across their prone bodies as I flounce off to work every morning), but I can definitely tell you how to work what you've got.

So let's get started, shall we?

Like the X-Men could tell you, being different is tough... until you learn to harness your POWAAA!!
Like the X-Men could tell you, being different is tough... until you learn to harness your POWAAA!! | Source

Rock That Unique Look

Here's an interesting thing about beauty- humans are naturally attracted to that which is average. Take the faces of a thousand women, average them all together, and what you'll get is one beautiful female face.

If you're ugly, chances are you look pretty unique. You deviate from the average, you sassy outlier, you. From a purely objective perspective, this is not all that terrible. Actually, the fact that you stand apart from the crowd only means that you are more memorable and interesting- plus, you're different from the undulating mass of humanity that flows past your window on a daily basis. You, my little ugly, are special.

Any X-Man can tell you that, at first, it is difficult being special. But after a while, you'll discover that your aesthetic deviation from the human population has its perks. Aside from being more memorable and easy to spot, you may discover special powers of intimidation, humor, and wit. Use these powers and your singular appearance to develop a distinguished, interesting, and fun personality. This personality and distinctness will prove to be a major asset.

Hey, it could be worse, right? You could be a dead possum wearing a fez and glasses.
Hey, it could be worse, right? You could be a dead possum wearing a fez and glasses. | Source

Look on the Bright Side

The hardest plight of the ugly is that they are constantly "reminded" that they're supposed to be beautiful. Movies, commercials, billboards, television shows, books, magazines, and even that crazy woman on the corner are telling you that you ought to be gorgeous and skinny (but with perky boobs and an AWESOME backside) with perfect skin and glossy hair and eyes that perfectly resemble the limpid pools of the fountain of youth.

Well, being gorgeous ain't all it's cracked up to be. When you're dreadfully beautiful, folks tend to see/want/use you just for your looks. Few get around to actually caring about your amazing talents or cool personality or what you want out of a relationship. You might squander your youth as misused and under-appreciated arm candy, after which you will inevitably get old, and unless you're Helen Miren, you'll lose your irrisistible allure as well. Then, you're up sh*t creek, aren't you?

If you are ugly as a dead goat's shriveled... something, then, you may never be remembered for your beauty, BUT at least you are free to create your own legacy! Bet you never considered that huh?!

Pick up them TP roll binoculars and look at the world a little differently
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Change Your Outlook

Life, and your enjoyment thereof, is all a matter of perspective. When it comes to looks, you need only feel bad about your appearance if you choose to do so. Which (chances are) you have opted to do.

But why?? Why do you want to be so pretty? Are history's coolest people, or the most awesome people you know, beautiful or boisterous? Fetching or funny? Pretty or powerful?

To be honest, looks are only one aspect of attraction (both romantic and general). The ultimate authority in the matter is your personal charisma, and in order to develop any of that, you'll have to develop a sound sense of self-worth and muster up no small bit of confidence.

They say the only thing standing between you and your dreams is your own self-doubt. They're not too far off (unless there's a giant zombie horde standing in your way, in which case, both infectious dead bodies and your personal inhibitions are presenting significant hurtles). So get rid of that low self-esteem. Then, gentle, hideous reader, the sky is your limit.


About Them Boys

If you are indeed a female reader concerned with her physical appearance, there is a slight probability that you are also concerned that your outward appearance may hurt your prospects in the boy department.

Well SLOOOOOW that worry train WAY the HECK down. You ain't got NOTHIN' to worry about. It is true that some guys are rather shallow. Not surprisingly, those guys are also pretty sucky in the relationship department, not to mention the sack. Really. The fact that you're not a real looker is ultimate helping you by filtering out douche bags.

I am quite the observant type, I am. And some of the hottest, most eligible dudes I've encountered in my enchanted, etherial existence (and trust me, I keep close tabs on them) are nabbed not by the world's Delicate China Dolls, but by the Great Rambunctious Dames of our sage universe. It's the girl who has guts, a good personality, and the aforementioned attractive charisma that comes with high self worth and confidence who ultimately nabs Prince Charming (and his more interesting and equally attractive relatives).

Don't misunderstand me- if you keep up this self-conscious, self-doubting thing, you're definitely not going to see any action. But if you get over it... well... you'll see ;)

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In Times of Need... You Have the Technology

You may be ugly, but you're sure as heck not alone. Nay, comrade, you are treading in the hallowed footsteps of many an unsightly predecessor. While the best of your fugly forefathers made the most of their appearance, some did find it necessary to (occasionally) look good, and hence they discovered ways to fudge things along a bit.

Consider the noble painting. Early Photoshop. Brilliant development, that. Do you honestly think that every portrait in history is 100% accurate? If you do, please send me a message. I know this Nigerian prince who could make you filthy rich!

From "generous" paintings to masks, makeup, careful lighting, various drugs and controlled substances, and plastic surgery to the all-powerful Photoshop, you have plenty of ways you can temporarily or semi-permanently "improve" your appearance (or rather alter your appearance to conform with cultural standards).

Just know that, in times of extreme need, there is nothing between yourself and celebrity-like beauty than a team of professionals.

Not that you need it, but there *are* those options.

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Ugly People, UNITE!

The "beautiful" average is dreadfully overrated. They're just trying to pull you into their Pod People mentality and get you to be like them, however unnatural or uncomfortable that might be.

Take my advice and forget about trying to conform to standards that aren't worth your time. Instead of worrying your ugly little head about such things, take some time to develop your own special skills, personality, and sense of self-worth.

Oh, and one more thing. In fact, there is no such thing as an ugly woman. Plain and simple. Don't take it from me, take it from the Speedo-clad Adonis on my high school swim team who uttered those words at one dismally long swim meet. At first I was dubious about his claim, but he was totally right. I think it's the one thing I remember him saying. I was, of course, only interested in him for his looks.

Ugliness: Discuss.

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    • inaniLoquence profile image


      6 years ago from Singapore

      Remind me again how Google led me to this hub... HAHA. I agree with one of the comments somewhere here that this is for sure one of the best hubs!

      ...oh, and where is the Share button? There's been changes in HP and I'm trying to find my way here once again.

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      6 years ago

      Awesome. So true: unique=beautiful.

      All of the cookie-cutter trys-to-hard "perfect" girls are missing out.

    • Simone Smith profile imageAUTHOR

      Simone Haruko Smith 

      6 years ago from San Francisco

      Well, stugod, I guess that's evidence that looks aren't everything.

      And thanks for stopping by, duffsmom!

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      P. Thorpe Christiansen 

      6 years ago from Pacific Northwest, USA

      Love it! Well done.

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      Stuart Goddard 

      6 years ago from Bradford

      I suppose I had better show my bum here. When I was sixteen I fell in love with the plainest girl you could ever imagine (Mandy Firth).We dated for ages and we were sort of first timers, If you get my drift. If I think about it deeply I have always been an under dog type (Most people are). Not even sure If that was why. I would have to think about it more.BrB

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      6 years ago from San Francisco

      You should! And the more confident you feel, Watermeloncutie, the more fun you'll have!

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      6 years ago

      This is great :) I feel slightly more convident.

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco


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      7 years ago

      That's nice........ :(

    • Simone Smith profile imageAUTHOR

      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      Thanks tina lynn and East Texas Girl! I'm so glad you stopped by!

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      7 years ago from East Texas

      I love the truthful humor. This was very interesting to read.

    • Simone Smith profile imageAUTHOR

      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      Glad I got some lulz out of you, twinmo!

      As for that wife of yours, Bob, I say good riddance! I don't imagine she was all that great when it comes to self-esteem. Women are mean. Really, really mean. I know- I'm an INSIDER! I say you spend some more time learning to respect your ow inherent value... and that you find someone who loves you for who you are.

      Thanks so much, Capric222!

      And thanks for the follow, maxravi :D

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      Ravi Singh 

      7 years ago from India

      very nice hub..a very unique hub i read after long time. will follow you for sure..

    • Capric222 profile image


      7 years ago

      I absolutely love this hub! It is wonderful.....I will be looking forward to reading more of your stuff!

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      7 years ago

      Thank you for this site. I am so ugly and my wife hates me so much that she asked me not to even look at her or talk to her because my voice is uglier than my face. She left me many years ago and I don't really blame her; and by the way, I still love her very much and I told her that she can't stop me from loving her even though she does not want me anywhere near her. She gets mad as hell when I tell her that I love her and she doesn't even accept gifts from me; although I told her that I am not asking or expecting anything in return for them. She keeps reminding me that she's quite capable of attracting hundreds of cute guys. My message to all the beautiful women out there is that although you can have the most gorgeous and richest hunks, we ugly men are still quite capable of loving you and more importanly being very faithfull to the end!...because we don't love women for their looks but for the kindness and compassion they show us; and quite honestly I told my wife that she does not have to go head over heels for me and be madly in love with me as they do with their handsome and virile looking men, as I do understand that my looks certainly don't deserve that degree of love and devotion. I am willing to love her with all my heart even if she just pretends to even like me or love me just a little bit. That is all we ask, because our love is genuine and real and will last to the end of time. They don't have to be as cruel to us as the God who created us that way; He doesn't think we are ugly, although we are the unfortunate ones that have to bear the consequences of that ugliness. Thank you.

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      7 years ago

      Bwahaha, I laughed aloud several times reading this. I have been there and said those things about myself you mentioned. So accurate.

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      They just wanted you to shave, 'sall. I bet you're STILL working your way through that lifetime supply!

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      Stuart Goddard 

      7 years ago from Bradford

      I am so ugly Simone that when I went to the Samaritans to tell them I was going to kill myself. They gave me a pack of Razor Blades. Well I did ring them 300 times.(Collect) Yeeeee haaaaaaaaarrr

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      Well that makes us mutual fans, kittythedreamer! I LOVE everything you write!!! Thanks for the compliment- it means a lot coming from you!

      AND YOU ARE NOT UGLY, MUM!!! Jeeeez. But thanks for reading my Hub and being proud of me, despite the fact that I write about ugliness and bra-stuffing online. You're a saint.

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      7 years ago

      Huzzah, Simone!

      Your Blog/essay is wonderful.

      and, reading all the comments after your hub, and your responses to them, makes

      my heart warm. I'm so very proud to be your (ugly) Mum!

      Keep it comin!


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      Kitty Fields 

      7 years ago from Summerland

      I think I'm in love with you, Simone. This hub is quirky, hilarious, and just plain genius! I agree with everything you've said here 250%. Seriously side-splitting funny. I'm bookmarking and sharing on my FB page. I gotta say, you are one unique individual and an amazing writer. This concept was awesome and honest and people need to hear more of this. Everyone's so worried about their outsides that they neglect their insides...the stuff that counts.

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      YEAH!!! Welcome to the cool club, manthy!

      And whaaaa??? Is that really true, soni2006? Hahaa, that's hilarious. I shall definitely be sure not to trim my ear hair before my next important tech world interview.

      Let me know how it goes, stugod!

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      7 years ago

      Well if soni2006 right I should be in charge at Microsoft in a few weeks as the chief geek. Not sure about the curry spilled down the front of my shirt though. I suppose that shows I am too busy to stop and boil an egg.

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      Rajinder Soni 

      7 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Excellent hub Simone.

      Do you know Simone "Ugliness is an important attribute to get a high profile geeky job". That's why I love to be ugly. Tips for being ugliest when you go the interview:

      1. Men need not shave for at least 7 days before the interview.

      2. If you have hairs growing on your ears, don't cut them, as that shows how much busy you are in doing your work that you don't have time to trim them.

      3. Don't cut your nails to the interview.

      4. It's okay if your eyeglass lens is a bit broken, that shows you don't have time to get it fixed as you are so immersed in reading updates on the Internet about latest technology and gadgets.

      I hope you will find these tips useful to get a highly paid geeky job. Best of luck for being ugliest.

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      7 years ago from Alabama,USA

      Count me in I'm ugly and proud of it.

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      Right on, Nell Rose! I really do think that late bloomers have it best :D

      I couldn't have said it better myself, Shadow of Me.

      And shucks howdy, Scribenet! Those are very kind words! Thanks! I find ugliness to be quite fashionable... though I think it always has been! Look at models in magazine adverts and on runways... they ultimately look quite strange... they've just got that all-important allure, and anyone can work on building THAT up, so long as one accepts oneself :D

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      7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Simone...Great Hub! As usual you have a fresh and provocative approach..I just love your attitude!

      I swear, you have just made it fashionable to be ugly! I totally agree that it is charisma that appeals to most of us male and if many impressionable young girls read this, you have also done a great public service!

      I voted this up and every other tag I could!

      Go girl!

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      Shadow of Me 

      7 years ago from Pennsylvania

      Great read. I totally agree with what you wrote. Sometimes the pretty and shallow people tend to find the douchbags.

      A person looking for a relationship wants someone who is real, has a personality, and is not only worried about looks.

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      Nell Rose 

      7 years ago from England

      Hi, the first thought I had reading this was, Lady Gaga! without her make up she is really ugly! but then she magically adds the makeup, clothes and great music and wham! fantastic! she knew her looks weren't all that, and made something of herself. I was the ugly duckling at school and got picked on, the beauty was lovely from the age of fifteen. I saw her about 20 years later, she was fat, ugly and waddled like a pregnant duck because of her bulk. By that time I was dating three men and having a great time! beauty that comes to early, fades to quickly, if you are spotty and ugly, you grow into your beauty, or in my case, a Punk outfit, black lipstick, purple hair and holey tights! ha ha then dyed my hair bright blond and got the dates! hee hee revenge was a dish best served cold!

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      That's a good one, stugod. Alternately, you can punch said offender in the face and say "Yeah, you were looking kind of off yourself, but look! I fixed it!"

      And thanks .josh.! Much obliged, I am.

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      7 years ago

      Exceptional writing, and absolutely hilarious - I'm really glad to have found you on here. Well done!

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      7 years ago

      On a lighter note if anyone ever calls you an ugly mother ask them to go look in a mirror. If they do and come back and ask so what. Ask them why they had to get a second opinion.

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      I suppose it all comes down to a matter of taste, eh leroy64?

      I LOVE your screening tip. Because that's what it's all about! Confidence and self-worth FTW!

      Thanks so much for the kind words Movie Master. You should feel good! You're awesome!

      Thanks to you too, anglnwu. I find that most true things are quite funny!

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      7 years ago

      I was the ugly girl all grownup just by reading this. This hub is so funny yet true. Love it.

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      Movie Master 

      7 years ago from United Kingdom

      Hi Simone, brilliantly witty, entertaining and fun, best of all, I now feel 'good' about myself in fact I am feeling quite 'special' Thanks for an awesome hub.

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      Brian L. Powell 

      7 years ago from Dallas, Texas (Oak Cliff)

      I get confused about what women think is beautiful. It's not all the ugly dudes getting married. I understand that Love, or money, will trump looks. It's the "she is so pretty" comments. I always think they are talking about the woman standing standing beside the subject. It's like women are from another world.

      On the douche bags, it looks like a guys view would be different as well. I have known several over the years. They actually choose girls (prey) based on the insecurities of the girl. (I say girl, because women are not easy targets, so I am told.) Most douche bags think that looks are a minor issue that can be changed with wardrobe adjustments, or if a rich douchbag, plastic surgery. In my view, the best "screening' would be don't slouch and look them in the eye. If you are insecure about your looks, fake a confident appearance. You might be surprised at the results.

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      Teenage girls sure could use the tips, FloraBreenRobison! I have yet to meet one that hasn't thought, at least fleetingly, that she's ugly.

      Excellent point about the confidence hit affecting both genders, stugod. I actually just read about a recent study that suggested that teen boys are just as likely to have low self esteem as teen girls. And hey, at least you were perfect for a moment, eh?

      So true, Rose West. So true.

      And you're right on, Tina, about there always being something else that needs to be fixed. I remember when I first figured that out. It was a relief, because I realized that it was all just in my head. Hahaa.

      Yay!!! A major award!!! Thank you ever so, drbj!!! Seeing as this ugly metaphor award must itself be incredibly hideous, I would love to have it projected in the sky over my home. Like that Batman sign. But fugly.

      I agree with you, Les Trois Chenes! It's what's on the inside that counts, as they say.

      You're so right on, CMHypno! So many women doll themselves up only because they're competing with their female peers. It's hilarious.

      Thank you so much, Mrs. Menagerie! And thanks for reading, fashion!

      And alas Chatcath, if only teens would heed the great advice they get from all around them... despite helpful articles, caring parents, and well-meaning friends and teachers, it seems as though many teens are intent only on heeding the NEGATIVE stuff!

      It is rather depressing that so many people are Googling those keywords, isn't it kimh039? I hope my Hub comes up first too... I mean, maybe my advice will stick, but more importantly.. I MIGHT MAKE SOME MONEEEYY!! BAHAHAHAAA!!!

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      7 years ago

      Interesting and unique hub.

      I like your imagination.

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      Kim Harris 

      7 years ago

      so sad that those ugly words are so often googled. I love your humor, and even more I like the reminders that appearance has so little to do with value and worth. I hope your hub comes up first when someone googles ugly words, Simone.

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      7 years ago from California

      Very interesting Simone - Beauty is an interesting term, it's just too bad that your ugly hub couldn't be required reading for so many young women especially, there is such pressure to be the current version of "beautiful" and it is such a shallow ideal - as we all find out, in the real world, ugly has so much more personality and character. Great hub :-)

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      Mrs. Menagerie 

      7 years ago from The Zoo

      This is so awesome!

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      7 years ago from Other Side of the Sun

      Trouble is it is usually women who put the boot into other women when it comes to looks, probably because they are so defensive over their own - let's face it most men just don't notice LOL! So ladies support your friends and tell them how gorgeous they are, because as your hub says Simone, what you put out you get back. If you truly think that you are attractive, so will everyone else.

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      Les Trois Chenes 

      7 years ago from Videix, Limousin, South West France

      In the last Roald Dahl book I read he said that even if the person was ugly, if they had a lovely character, then that character would shine through and everyone would see them as beautiful. I do think this is true - and so is the inverse!

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      drbj and sherry 

      7 years ago from south Florida

      "As ugly as a dead goat's shriveled something" qualifies you Simone, as the winner of the Ugliest Ugly Metaphor Contest of the year. Where should I send your trophy of a dead goat's shriveled something?

      Voted up, m'dear.

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      Christina Lornemark 

      7 years ago from Sweden

      This obsession with appearance must be one of man´s worst enemy! I have a 15-years old girl that think her world is over just because she hasn't got a navel piercing that would make all the difference in her life! And if she got that fixed there will soon be another problem. It doesn't matter how much we tell her that it is her personality and the inside that really matters. So, I am not surprised over all those searches for ugliness, even though it is really sad. Young girls are so pretty! Everyone can see that except them selves. Great hub as usual and I love your sense of humour!


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      Rose West 

      7 years ago from Michigan

      As always, you make me smile, Simone! And I'm sure all those ugly people out there (whoever they might be ;) will find this really helpful. Seriously though, the ugliest people are the ones with ugly insides - beauty comes from within and radiates out :)

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      Stuart Goddard 

      7 years ago from Bradford

      A serious subject Simone especially for teenagers of both sexes. Many develop low self esteem and low expectations. I have seen many go from ugly ducklings to beautiful swans. Teenage years are full of change and particularly biological changes. In my experience not being the best piece of eye candy means nothing. Larger ladies for example will often be described as Bubbly and talkative, It's purely a product of having to go the extra mile to get some ones attention and it will have made the person more fully grounded in his/hers approach to life. I have to finish off by letting you know that I was described as the most perfect looking specimen of the male ever to have been born. It was my dear old mum of course. Although I was only One Hour old and it has all been downhill since. Any one having any doubts ask mom or pop they will put you straight as they will be the people who know you best.

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      7 years ago

      Every teenaged girl should read this. This is wonderful. It teaches you while you laugh.

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      True 'dat, Becky! It's real hard for a 14-year-old to figure that out, though. Especially when all her buddies believe something to the contrary. Thank goodness she has you out there providing a more balanced perspective!

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      7 years ago

      I keep telling my daughter, who is 14, that it is not so much what you look like on the outside but what you look like on the inside. Inside beauty lasts forever.

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      You're quite right, Ebower! Well said!

      And good point, Binaya.Ghimire. Both genders are pretty pressured to look good these days. I think ultimately looks matter, but what matters is not HOW you look but rather HOW you work it!

      So true, ahorseback. And I'm definitely one of those shallow folk... mostly because it's frickin' addicting! Alas, I live a shallow, superficial existence because of it. Oh... you know what's great about mirror watchers? It's pretty easy to sneak up on them from the side and scare the crap out of them!

      Thanks Hyphenbird!! You're right- EVERYONE needs love. And if I make any point in this article, one can find love as soon as one is willing to be oneself.

      It is rather important to work on the more timeless factors, isn't it Becky? I'm glad you brought that up. And it may indeed be shallow to feel such things about oneself, however in today's society, it's so hard NOT to be shallow! Ah well... at least life presents us with interesting challenges :D

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      7 years ago

      I thought "How depressed these people must be." To google some of those comments. How shallow. Don't they realize that beauty is only skin deep? Soul is the only beauty that lasts. They need to work on their soul to make it beautiful. Then they could say they have a beauty that lasts.

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      Brenda Barnes 

      7 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      This is indeed hilarious. I did learn as I snickered during the read. There are some ugly people in the world and they need love too. Some of the so called beautiful people in Hollywood and modeling are quite homely to me. But your Hub is beautiful and the message gets through nicely. Fun. I repeat-fun.

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      7 years ago

      Simone , It always has amazed me how shallow most people are , men and women! Being of the less than average man in the looks aisle I am shocked at the shared demise of social I.Q in the beautiful people. Far , far , far too much of our resourses are about immage in America. To tell you the truth I have always been turned off immediately by "mirror watchers". Funny ha ha hub!

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      7 years ago

      Amusing, funny, interesting and delightfully insightful. By the way not only girls but even boys feel pretty bad at their ugly looks. Why does it matter how we look?

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      Erin Bower 

      7 years ago from Georgia

      This is hilarious yet true. If you think about it, even models are freaks. They are giraffes with stick appendages. If everyone looked the same, it sure would be boring! The most beautiful thing about females is our confidence and smile; we can all use that to our advantage. I voted this up and awesome!

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      Simone Haruko Smith 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      Yeee! Thanks applecsmith! I'm glad you're with me on this :D

      And HAH! Someone beat you, Wesman My Man! But sloppy seconds are all the more fun. Anything sloppy is more fun, really. Or maybe that's just me.

      Congratulations, janikon! You have just enjoyed a significant abdominal workout! Well done! I bet you're RIPPED!

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      7 years ago from Canada

      I giggled throughout the entire hub, but now I've giggled myself into exhaustion and must sleep. Voted up and awesome and funny.

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      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      7 years ago from Kaufman, Texas

      I'm just proud to be the first comment here. I'm trying to associate myself with hilarity. . . .and gorgeousness!

      DAMN! Well, I was beaten out by an ugly half second. . . . .

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      Carrie Smith 

      7 years ago from Dallas, Texas

      Best. Hub. Ever! As usual you write inspiring, thought provoking, yet funny and entertaining content. I enjoyed reading this very much, and agree completely with your ideals.

      Voted up and awesome!


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