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    Mark yourself on a scale of 1 to 10 how double standard Are you? and Why?

    me= 5
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    ermmmmmmmmmmmmmm maybe 3.
    I guess its just in our nature! No?

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    you're a 10. you are asking us why, but you fail to supply an adequate reason yourself.

    and I'm a 10 because I avoid your question but, if I were the one asking it, I'd want an answer.

    so, perhaps, if I call both of us a 10, I apply high standards to both of us and not just to you. so maybe I'm not a 10. but then, if I'm not a 10 ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    you're a 10. you are asking us why, but you fail to supply an adequate reason yourself.

    and I'm a 10 because I avoid your question but, if I were the one asking it, I'd want an answer.

    so, perhaps, if I call both of us a 10, I apply high standards to both of us and not just to you. so maybe I'm not a 10. but then, if I'm not a 10 ...


    so are you 10 or not?

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    Beauty is in the eye of the BEHOLDER.
    No INDIVIDUAL can decide what "amount of physical beauty" they have via self decision.
    It just doesn't work that way.
    It's the same premise as "No one can choose their own nickname."
    Having an incredibly huge amount of self-love and self-esteem is every person's right and privilege, but rating themselves from "1-10" is forbidden.
    It defies all natural and universally held laws of the universe.
    So whether you choose to hate yourself or be your own Pygmalion, forget about it, because you can't date yourself.
    No, masturbating doesn't count.
    The best thing ANYONE can do to be the most beautiful person they can be is to: (1) live a healthy life (eat well, exercise, and rest adequately), (2) have good personal hygeine, and just as importantly (3) BE THEIRSELF, and (4) BE THE BEST PERSON THEY CAN BE.

    THAT is REAL BEAUTY.

    No amount of clothes, makeup, or plastic surgery can ever surpass real beauty.
    Period.



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    double standard as far as what goes?

    do you mean in likelihood to apply double standards to situations?
    in judging people based on a different scale than what we hold to ourselves?

    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    I have no idea what the OP is about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Beauty is in the eye of the BEHOLDER.
    No INDIVIDUAL can decide what "amount of physical beauty" they have via self decision.
    It just doesn't work that way.
    It's the same premise as "No one can choose their own nickname."
    Having an incredibly huge amount of self-love and self-esteem is every person's right and privilege, but rating themselves from "1-10" is forbidden.
    It defies all natural and universally held laws of the universe.
    So whether you choose to hate yourself or be your own Pygmalion, forget about it, because you can't date yourself.
    No, masturbating doesn't count.
    The best thing ANYONE can do to be the most beautiful person they can be is to: (1) live a healthy life (eat well, exercise, and rest adequately), (2) have good personal hygeine, and just as importantly (3) BE THEIRSELF, and (4) BE THE BEST PERSON THEY CAN BE.

    THAT is REAL BEAUTY.

    No amount of clothes, makeup, or plastic surgery can ever surpass real beauty.
    Period.



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    Thats what I call a magnificent comment.....

    Dude I think you need to change your supplier.... Not a good gear, Purity 0

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    double standard as far as what goes?

    do you mean in likelihood to apply double standards to situations?
    in judging people based on a different scale than what we hold to ourselves?

    Whatever....
    I think that is a simplest question......
    It seems you peeps have been here more than you should have been.....
    Come out the forum, take a rest, then come back stronger....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fazinho View Post
    Whatever....
    I think that is a simplest question......
    It seems you peeps have been here more than you should have been.....
    Come out the forum, take a rest, then come back stronger....
    Is English not your first language? Your posts are rather difficult to understand. What double standards are you talking about?

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