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    Quote Originally Posted by lunareclipze View Post

    I am writing this from my point of view and my experiences. I'm called ugly every single day. i honestly think it should be classified as a disability
    are you freakin kidding me? are you like 12 and this is like your 8 yr old annoying brother? adults just simply don't do that do they?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    are you freakin kidding me? are you like 12 and this is like your 8 yr old annoying brother? adults just simply don't do that do they?
    I've never been called ugly but I'd venture say people probably say it to each other around that age. Middle school years, man.
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    If it were classified as a disease, what changes should that bring about in how society manages it? Some pay laws? Affirmative action in certain situations? Not making fun. I'm genuinely curious how you think a "diseased" status could help you and people like yourself.

    Anyway, I believe that wen there's a person, there's a way to aesthetically bring out the best of what they've got, barring only extreme medical situations (500+ pound morbid obesity, entire face blown off, being a headless ghost, etc, etc). It may be tough to find: what's in style will not flatter everybody, and that counts against no one.

    I hope the above does not come off as dismissive. I in fact do believe it to extremes and ground out my own style under pressure.
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    i just think no one is entitled to "pretty" plus...pretty is way too subjective and you can be so cool/smart/funny/interesting that no one even notices. truly. it happens all the time

    there are a ton of people who weren't blessed with natural beauty but exude it in other ways. start believing this and it will allow others to as well.
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    It is, I'm sure, a disadvantage, but it's too subjective to quantify. It's also not a disease. A disability might be closer, but quantifying it really would be difficult. At this point, you'd have better luck getting that status from mental illness resulting indirectly from ugliness and I think it realistically could, but doesn't have to. There are other factors that influence how debilitating it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunareclipze View Post

    I am writing this from my point of view and my experiences. I'm called ugly every single day. i honestly think it should be classified as a disability
    Stop beating yourself up. Gather and compose yourself. You are not ugly. I'm curious though, have you done something that you're punishing yourself for, that you haven't shared with us?


    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    i just think no one is entitled to "pretty" plus...pretty is way too subjective and you can be so cool/smart/funny/interesting that no one even notices. truly. it happens all the time

    there are a ton of people who weren't blessed with natural beauty but exude it in other ways. start believing this and it will allow others to as well.
    Right on.

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    To be brief, "ugly" and "beautiful" are grossly subjective concepts. Make taking advantage of that subjectivity your pleasure.
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    It's pretty possible to make up for ugliness with personality and a decent shape. Weeks ago, I read that Ronaldinho lost his virginity when he was just 13 (in my hood, that's a win), and has gotten laid a lot since then.



    Oh, money also helps.





    The way you carry yourself also matters a lot. Anderson Silva looked fugly when younger:


    Nowadays he looks somewhat attractive even:

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    google chunk from goonies. he probably turned out the best of anyone in that film. funny how the ugly ducklings often grow up to surpass their "pretty" peers
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