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Old 01-24-2019, 09:09 AM #131
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In high school, my friend really fancied this boy who most girls said was ugly. He was tall, lanky and had a big nose. They made fun of her for liking him and said there must be something wrong with her.

I didn't really have an opinion of him. I didn't find him attractive, but I didn't go around calling people ugly, because I was already on the receiving end of that.

I wondered if she did find him physically attractive or if maybe she liked him for more than just his looks/appearance. I have been attracted to guys for more than their appearance before. Some I haven't found really physically attractive, but there was something else about them.

But it seems most people don't think like that, Most people don't seem to see past the outward appearance.
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  • When I was a child I was scared of everything. Really stupid things like the switch on a lamp or the way the light reflected off something and made a light on the wall. The worst though, I was scared of the way white text showed up in the dark, on books, or boxes etc. Seems really stupid now.
  • Also when I was younger (until about the age of 20), I was really embarrassing. If I said something and someone agreed, I'd think I was clever and kept saying the same thing, because I knew they would agree, and that fed my ego and made be feel good. But eventually people would get sick of me saying the same things, and then say things like "OK, OK, I know, you've told me a dozen times". Then I'd get embarrassed about it and never mention it again.
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