“She was attractive until she took her mask off”
@rootVeggie, I came to the conclusion the other day that masks are the push-up bras for your face.
@rootVeggie, my friend calls it “hindsight is 2020” when that happens
@rootVeggie, seriously, am I alone in constantly being surprised by how unattractive folks are when I imagine their face under the mask and get a glimpse when they take a drink of water or something.
@Canis Arktos, Forever alone, and on behalf of all women , please keep your shallow observations to yourself. Thank you!
@Mistyblue Ghost, to be clear, wasn’t just talking about women specifically. I’m out their unintentionally completing faces because my mind is adjusting to seeing half. guys and gals.
I don’t rate people or suddenly stop talking to these people when I find out they’re not CW models. Just making an observation and wondering if this was a shared human experience. I’ll assume then that your experience has been different. Thanks for taking my survey.
@Canis Arktos, Absolutely my experience has been different, when I see people's half-faces due to wearing a mask, I think how awesome they are for helping to save human lives so THEY and the rest of humanity can continue to share human experiences. So if you are constantly surprised by how unattractive people are, you have some serious self-reflection to undertake. Meanwhile, stop watching people drink, that's just fekkin' creepy
@Mistyblue Ghost, you know... I’ve said my peace and also I don’t disagree with a single word of your most recent comment. :)
Have a good one.
@Canis Arktos, It's "I've said my piece" not "peace"
@Mistyblue Ghost, while Merriam-Webster agrees with you on the basis of the historical context surrounding the term they add this at the end.
“The use of peace in place of piece in this idiom is a somewhat common occurrence that appears even in professionally edited text. The cause is likely a result of interpretation. If you've said all you have to say about a subject and are done talking, after all, you would presumably remain quiet on the subject afterward. As demonstrated by the David Lauter example above, the phrase comes with a suggestion of finality. One might then interpret the act of saying no more as "saying one's peace."”
@Canis Arktos, Well done, however, upon observing people performing a mundane act of drinking water, with the audacity of not aspiring to your level of visage aesthetic attractiveness, you are not completely at peace with who you are, and love yourself completely, until you don't judge others at all.
@Mistyblue Ghost, I have made no claims on who you are as a person but you insist on calling me shallow, pointing out turns of phrase that don’t fit with what you believe they should be, and now informing me about how I feel.
I’ve already agreed with an earlier assertion you’ve made regarding my vanity. I don’t raise it as a virtue but I acknowledge it in exactly the kind of reflection you have advised.
Why then do your points to me continually feel like you’re trying to make me feel bad rather than actually advise me to a happier/ healthier life. If it’s a last word thing you can have it after this. I’m done.
@Canis Arktos, Us girls love the last word. A+ in debate class btw
Well that’s one way to kill a man
Apply cold water...
Is he talking about women not being able to attract men because of a mask? Because where I come from the youth are fuking like rabbits no fuks given
@butternut squash, people aren't in bars as much so you have to talk over dating apps and such nowadays. Some people don't have game the way they do irl when all they need to do to cover a faux pas is slowly remove a jacket or flex