Well there is a small bit of truth to this. Guys probably do start to date her based on her looks, but then when her personality starts to make her look ugly. They dump her. Being hot may get you in the door, but if you don’t have something substantial to offer (besides looks), you’re toast.
Oh dear, life is so hard! In all seriousness, this girl probably offers nothing to a guy. She has no personality obviously, and I am guessing is not that hot, not repulsive enough that she doesn’t gets used, of course.
Girls like these are usually smokers and frequent tanners, so they are hot for about 3 years of their life and then quickly look like they have aged 10 years faster than their peers.
Does anyone else wanna find out where she is and solve her problem? Not by providing her with a steady, stable relationship, of course. I mean by making her unattractive. It won’t be any more painful for her than what ugly girls go through to become “gorgeous”.
If she’s relying on good looks to carry a relationship, it’s no wonder they fail. When you haven’t used your appearance all your life to make people like you, you tend to develop an interesting personality, which is what sustains a relationship.
Jamie could be a stunner. But odds are her personality resembles a wet paper bag.
I agree. It’s more like the girls who SAY they “know” or “think” they’re hot probably aren’t. People tell me I’m attractive all the time to the point where I am aware of it, but I really dislike ever saying such a thing out loud because it just sounds incredibly vain and irrelevant. A hot/pretty girl can know she is, but the difference is that she doesn’t go around declaring it.
If she finds herself in one stupid relationship after another, the common denominator there is her.
Maybe it’s just easier to blame something over which she has no control, unless she wants to slice her face up.
In other news, I see my fan club is out in force again. @23, @26 and @30 are not me, nor have they noticed that I changed my website link some days ago. For shame! If you really loved me, that wouldn’t happen.
If you’re a pretty girl, referring to yourself as “pretty” is a strong indicator that you’re not really pretty, thus why you’d need to say it in the first place. It’s not that a hot girl doesn’t know she’s hot, it’s when she feels the need to articulate that knowledge to the world that she becomes ugly.
Internal knowledge is whatever, as long I don’t have to read it on facebook then I don’t care.
I agree. I know plenty of attractive men and women who talk about their looks just like Jamie. So I don’t think the whole “if you say you’re good looking, you probably aren’t” rings true. Some people get complimented on their looks so much that it does give them an ego like this, which is what makes them ugly!
Assuming that she is as pretty as she thinks she is, I would say that her problem is probably that she thinks she deserves a guy as pretty as she is. She probably winds up getting together with self-absorbed douchebags who treat her as an object. The reason why “not so attractive” girls have more long-term relationships is that they get together with a guy more based on who he is, and less for what he looks like.
If you’re attractive you don’t need to state it, other people do it for you.
And there are plenty of attractive girls in stable relationships. It requires two things:
1) Have something to offer besides your looks.
2) Make an intelligent choice in partner, i.e. not a douchebag who will use you.
i’m definitely not pretending to be her. you’re just so quick to jump to conclusions. you’re the one who keeps coming back on here making a big deal about it. want my email to prove it’s me to search me on facebook or my myspace? ok i’m not going to look at this anymore it’s hurtful. everyone has their opinion i know i’m not the hottest person in the world. i said i was pretty! not smokin hot or down right sexy. i’m not conceited in any way. i just want a long lasting relationship.
She’s not ugly…comments like that just really invite people to want to bring you down a peg. She might get a lot of guys wanting to use her for sex- but Jamie my advice would be that you should be a bit more careful about the guys you choose. Inevitably the guys who want to use you for sex are just not nice guys- your looks are irrelevant. If you meet someone who is nice and likes you then they won’t want to use you.
The reason this status sounds so conceited (to me) is because it comes across like Jamie thinks that all men become so overwhelmed by her beauty that any thoughts of a relationship fly out of the window and they only want to get in her pants. Whereas if you were meeting/going out with genuine people they wouldn’t want to do that regardless.
i will definitlely be more careful. not all guys want to use me. there are great guys out there!! i was just having a down day when i posted that status because i just want a good relationship where it doesn’t seem like a guy only wants to use me because of my looks. some men are just that way. not all of them are though.
Fucking Hell, again with the abuse. I take the piss out of someone who is, by all accounts, clearly a shallow bitch, and I get abuse! I particularly love the playground attempt at putting me in my place. Nice work, Kong.
You are clearly an intellectual giant, humbling me and teaching me a valuable lesson. Thank you. Thank you for being here, and thank you for saving the internet.
I don’t think she is ugly. I think she is not unattractive, but she is attractive, certainly not “gorgeous” or even “very pretty”.
She has a bit of growing up to do, that’s for sure. And having a long term relationship just isn’t based on levels of attractiveness. Of the people I know in my little circle, both very attractive people have great relationships as well as the not-so-attractive people, same goes for those in shitty relationships. They are all dating people in the same level of attractiveness as well, which negates the thought of their partners level of attractiveness if they are at the same level. So what else do they have to go by? Personality.
Jamie, it is in your best interest to not worry about looks and start developing a personality by experiencing life and education. At least you are young and have a ways to go, so there is hope.
Jamie I sympathise.. except that I AM 100% happy without a partner (maybe you should see a psych about that? It’s REALLY SERIOUSLY UNHEALTHY to think that way)
Personally my issue with men is that I play them and then decide I actually kind of like them after already rejecting them emotionally. Or I get distracted in bed and they feel emasculated. I have on multiple occassions been known to abuse a guy for treating me badly then ignore him for weeks until I’m waaaasted and send a 4am txt. Plus I am completely unwilling to change.
If you do any of these things, the problem is you.
This is so simple to explain.
You are dated DUE to your looks. So in the short time it takes for him to see who you are as a person he realizes even your immense beauty isn’t enough to make dealing with your horrific personality worth it. You are then dumped or blown off.
A “less attractive” girl as you put it probably doesn’t walk around a fake bitch and her personality is seen right off. Making no surprises when being with her. She as a person is already loved.
I have a feeling these ugly girls are actually pretty just not disgustingly fake and get good relationships. Making you a jealous bitch who calls them ugly to make yourself feel better.
The convo that someone posted above in the tiny pic just proves what a shallow person she is. I would never stand to be with someone who has that point of view or talks like that. Her bad personality shines right through.
I so understand i have a boyfriend at the moment been with him 7month but all i get is he looking at you and so is he i get home and i get how mny guys been looking at you 2day, i wish he understod let them look cause am i with and hu do i love and come home to every night
See Jamie, what you fail to comprehend here, is that by stating what you did the way you did, you’ve insulted every female in a relationship that has *lasted*
Now, what is your definition of *lasted*? Shall we say one year or more? You have, essentially, told every female whose relationship has lasted a year or more that she is *not so attractive* while you yourself are gorgeous. You’ve chalked up their ability to maintain a relationship to strictly looks or lack thereof. You can make a relationship last? You must not be attractive.
Now clearly, there are a bazillion gajillion women who are smarter than you. That goes without saying. It could be it’s the smarts that keep a relationship going and not the looks. But you, being *not so smart* have yet to explore that possiblity so instead, you go around blindly insulting every woman who has the intelligence to make a relationship last a year. And frankly, it really doesn’t even take that much intelligence. So you are seriously lacking if you can’t manage to swing that. Seriously.