Tuesday, May 18, 2010

In Trouble with Men

I picked this up on the radio. What do you think?

'An 'unbeautiful woman' with a killer body is in trouble with men'.


  1. That makes me sad. What is a "man"'s definition of beautiful, and what disqualifies a woman from that label?

  2. Anonymous18 May, 2010

    It probably isn't so much about the beauty or lack thereof (it's in the eyes of the beholder anyway. Isn't that what they say). I think the person is trying to say that there will be times (and probably more times than one might think)when a 'killer body' will trump a beautiful face.

  3. Anonymous18 May, 2010

    An unbeautiful woman may have a killer body but may not have the highest self esteem. She'll be easy pickings for men who will be willing to overlook the unbeautiful face for the killer body. Fact.

  4. @Anonymous #2: what fact? You have statistics to prove that ALL or even MOST unbeautiful women (whatever that means) will suffer from low self esteem?

  5. Oh - Nana Yaw: wassup with the blog? Sometimes we need that word verification thing to post, and other times we don't. You know what's up with that?

  6. I think that's correct, same as anon 15.05

  7. @ Lady Jaye: I'm sorry I did not know the word verification was acting up. It's always been disabled, so I am not really sure what's happening. I'll look into it, but can you please let me know if/when it happens again? Thanks.

  8. @ Flossy: Good questions, I think. I wish somebody would answer them.

    @ Lady Jaye: Do you mean the statement of the implication?

    @ Anon 15:05: That's a slant I did not see. It is interesting, but, honestly, I do not agree.

    @ Anon 15:08: I do not agree that what you say is "fact" is really a fact, but I think that is exactly what the radio presenter was saying!



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