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How do you judge beauty?

Viewed 1084 times 2017-3-17 00:13 |System category:Life| sunglasses, against, falling, beauty, online

How do you judge beauty?

This is a topic I have been thinking before. Two or three days ago, I saw online a photo of a girl. She wears a paire of Jeans and an exposed cowboy shirt undone and she is wearing a pair of sunglasses at the same time. She is leaning on the rail against the river, crossing her ankles a little bit with a seeming smile worn on her face. The first impression of the image for me is lovely and so attracitve. I can't help myself falling in love with her. I've got mesmerized and my hormones rose a bit of higer.

So as to me, I admit I probably would judge a person by her appearance, especially when it is a girl. My affection occurs when I see girls with long, slim legs and slender waist. It could be better if she wears long hair loosely on her shoulders and at her back. Probably, I would try to find a girl who meet some of these requirements. Life is not perfect; reality does not always come the way you've thought though.

You may rebut me with answers like beauty consists of two elements - appearance and inner beauty. I do agree on this in some sense. Actually, I've ever fallen in love with a girl who has wonderful inner beauty. She has scars, one on the back of her hand, the other on the side right under her ear. She must have undergone an accident, though, she was optimistic. Every time I meet with her, she always greets with me with sunshine-like smile. I love her smile even until now, so soft so warm.

No body can be perfect, so neither I. But I think it is alright to accept my defect of judging people by appearance. Yet, when we get familar with people, we will appeciate their inner beauty rather than their appearance. And furthermore, inner beauty is what we evaluate others afterwards, ignoring their appearance eventually.

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  • Any wrong about an art masterpiece? 2017-6-21 22:24

    Actually I may make you misunderstood. Before China's reform and opening-up, an very important policy to China and to the world as well, Chinese women preferred to cover up, only leaving their faces, necks and hands in the air. So there was a long time when Chinese women filled themselves up with clothes. And now, the old Chinese people or even my mom still think they are so exposed with just a little cloth when girls on TV show more parts of their bodies outside, of course, they are wearing clothes still. But Chinese young girls do copy the trend of wearing shorts to show off their fair-skinned legs, which started in South Korea, I think. In South Korea there are many girl groups. They are singers and dancers as well. They wear short dress or short shorts to attract our eyeballs. As far as I am concerned, in terms of the Chinese girls who wear shorts or short skirts, maybe there are some sluts but I believe that most of them just want to follow the trend, feeling confident themselves and maybe they just like the way they are dressed. Another thing to add to that is that Chinese modern girls still want to cover their upper bodies so they choose clothes that help avoid any exposion of their upper bodies except for their arms,necks and faces. So in fact, you can't easily find any sluts in China, yet. Back to the topic of my blog, my point is that the art I saw a few days ago is made with a thing which shapes as a woman's body and the painter drawed a traditional Chinese picture on it. I think it is fine for art to do so. We should not think about sex while talking about art. Art is nothing to do with sex just as sex is nothing to do with art. The last point I want to talk with you is that I am not a person who welcomes sluts, not to mention to be OK with it. But I love arts. Art embodies beauty and inspiration. Anyway, you do give me a new way to think about girls who wear so sexually even when they don't mean it.

  • Any wrong about an art masterpiece? 2017-6-20 20:49

    Not all females like to dress like a slut. Many females still do dress like ladies and to me this is far more attractive. I agree with China that sluts should be made to feel ashamed of themselves. Why do females feel the need to display their bodies in public anyway? It is because they are sluts. The worst ones are the ugly sluts because they are disgusting. Some guy like you will encourage sluts because you are only thinking of the hot ones but what happens when you have to walk by some big fat 60 year old slut that has decided to go topless in public? This should be enough to make any person vomit but in ridiculous places like New York USA where they encourage sluts there is nothing that can be done about all of these disgustingly ugly sluts that get about. Is that really what you want? To give license to any horrid old slut to walk about in public without a shirt or bra on? You need to think much harder. And even a hot chick that walks about without a shirt on should be despised because what are they trying to gain by dressing this way? Advantage? What massive sluts these sluts are. And you know what else is slutty? High heels. Why do females where high heels? To be festive? It is because they are sluts. And all of these sluts that wear skirts to work all through winter - what massive sluts they are. They know why they have the job dont they? Guys like you wouldnt be as nice to them if they wore flat shoes and other sensible non-slutty clothing would they? What sluts!

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