Do you have adblock enabled?
If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Daily Mail)   Cute 16-year-old girl enjoys first prom after series of operations to correct OMG GOOD FOR HER (w/pics)   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 105
    More: Spiffy, hilton hotel, Gateshead, GCSE, St. Thomas, Ryan Tannehill, Fasten Your Seatbelt  
•       •       •

48303 clicks; posted to Main » on 05 Jun 2012 at 5:49 AM (2 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



105 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

Archived thread

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | » | Last | Show all
 
2012-06-05 07:55:43 AM  
1.bp.blogspot.com

Let's get this one out of the way too.

Good for the girl. Hope she's healthier as well. I have no idea what her illness does healthwise, but it can't be good.
 
2012-06-05 07:59:08 AM  
That's funny, I thought Kristen Stewart was at least 20 yrs. old...
 
2012-06-05 08:00:33 AM  

Arkanaut: CitizenTed: Can't tell if she has an unusually huge chin or if she's just British.

/and that's a good thing.

Maybe she's a Habsburg?


Forget the prom. This guy would take her to a royal ball.

2.bp.blogspot.com

/seriously, though. Good for the girl.
 
2012-06-05 08:02:08 AM  

henryhill: I can't be the only person that read that as "first porn".


You're not.
 
2012-06-05 08:03:36 AM  

Queensowntalia: Because its never too soon to start criticizing a woman's looks. Time to get her trained for wanting to kill herself for not looking like a supermodel, as is women's only purpose in life.

/I sound ugly
//don't worry, I never leave the house. I wouldn't do that to other human beings!!


sadly social constraints aren't limited to female school children. it is the american commoners lot to be pushed to worship a world of freaks from very early on.

it starts in school. the biggest doosh bags seek attention via traditional outlets: student body council, sports and cheer leading being the worst offenders. home coming queen and all that other pretty popularity bullshiat is also on the guilty list.

these freaks are given the spotlight as if the student body should aspire to their level of personage. obnoxious egotistical self-important students running for council office, joe quarterback with the stunning arm and all-american date rape good looks and ultra-cute suzy creamcheese cheerleader types get paraded as the high water mark for others to aspire to. farking ridiculous.

most people are not notably good looking. nor are they talented athletes, or are they pretty bubbly rah rah cheer leaders.

most people are normal nobodys. that is common, that is normal, that is average. not only is nothing wrong with that, it should be realized that it is just fine. there should be no shame in being every day average.

yet our young people are forced to view the freaks, the uncommon ones, up on pedestals and in the spotlight. normal common types are made to feel less than, when they are actually the benchmark.

when adults / society realizes how wrong it is to blindly follow 'traditions' (pretty gifted people being put up on pedestals as if they are something to aspire to) and start teaching children they are all good and worthy of acceptance, only then will we finally begin to overcome the destructive path we've been using.

i'll also note the stereotypes winners of the world probably suffer for the roles they've played too. sooner or later they realize they are not all that and a bag of chips, and if self-awareness kicks in they are left to pick up the pieces and get on with being nobodys in the big bad cold adult world they've grown into.
 
2012-06-05 08:04:20 AM  
singleblink.files.wordpress.com

thinks her knees are too sharp.
 
2012-06-05 08:14:00 AM  
She's probably a sweet kid. Being different tends to make one appreciate the value of being decent to other people.

Either that, or she's a terrible person who was pushed around and tortured so much that her will was shattered and she learned to hate the human race with a fiery passion that will someday drive her to kill us all with the doomsday device she began building when she was but a child. As we run screaming in the streets, covered in flaming bees, we'll all regret when little Timothy VanHamptonbergsonshire pointed at her and sang "Big chin! Big chin! nanaananaa! Big chin!" just as much as we regret Stephan VonPuffington-Berkville laughing at her when she asked him to the homecoming dance.

Either way, I congratulate her on a successful surgery and I hope she has a wonderful life.
 
2012-06-05 08:14:49 AM  
I see all the proper references have been made last one out turn off the lights.
 
2012-06-05 08:15:46 AM  
She looks great. I hope she had a wonderful prom and lives a very happy life...

Queensowntalia: Because its never too soon to start criticizing a woman's looks. Time to get her trained for wanting to kill herself for not looking like a supermodel, as is women's only purpose in life.

/I sound ugly
//don't worry, I never leave the house. I wouldn't do that to other human beings!!


To be fair, I think they'd be mocking a male with a similar issue. Though the comments probably wouldn't be as overtly sexual.
 
2012-06-05 08:21:04 AM  

shivashakti: She looks great. I hope she had a wonderful prom and lives a very happy life...

Queensowntalia: Because its never too soon to start criticizing a woman's looks. Time to get her trained for wanting to kill herself for not looking like a supermodel, as is women's only purpose in life.

/I sound ugly
//don't worry, I never leave the house. I wouldn't do that to other human beings!!

To be fair, I think they'd be mocking a male with a similar issue. Though the comments probably wouldn't be as overtly sexual.


Q: What's the difference between an ugly man with a deformed face and an ugly woman with a deformed face?

A: The ugly woman with the deformed face still gets laid.
 
2012-06-05 08:21:30 AM  

KrispyKritter: Queensowntalia: Because its never too soon to start criticizing a woman's looks. Time to get her trained for wanting to kill herself for not looking like a supermodel, as is women's only purpose in life.

/I sound ugly
//don't worry, I never leave the house. I wouldn't do that to other human beings!!

sadly social constraints aren't limited to female school children. it is the american commoners lot to be pushed to worship a world of freaks from very early on.

it starts in school. the biggest doosh bags seek attention via traditional outlets: student body council, sports and cheer leading being the worst offenders. home coming queen and all that other pretty popularity bullshiat is also on the guilty list.

these freaks are given the spotlight as if the student body should aspire to their level of personage. obnoxious egotistical self-important students running for council office, joe quarterback with the stunning arm and all-american date rape good looks and ultra-cute suzy creamcheese cheerleader types get paraded as the high water mark for others to aspire to. farking ridiculous.

most people are not notably good looking. nor are they talented athletes, or are they pretty bubbly rah rah cheer leaders.

most people are normal nobodys. that is common, that is normal, that is average. not only is nothing wrong with that, it should be realized that it is just fine. there should be no shame in being every day average.

yet our young people are forced to view the freaks, the uncommon ones, up on pedestals and in the spotlight. normal common types are made to feel less than, when they are actually the benchmark.

when adults / society realizes how wrong it is to blindly follow 'traditions' (pretty gifted people being put up on pedestals as if they are something to aspire to) and start teaching children they are all good and worthy of acceptance, only then will we finally begin to overcome the destructive path we've been using.

i'll also note the stereotypes winners of ...


^
SO MUCH THIS
 
2012-06-05 08:22:38 AM  
Krispy Kritter...know how I know?
 
2012-06-05 08:29:15 AM  

KrispyKritter: Queensowntalia: Because its never too soon to start criticizing a woman's looks. Time to get her trained for wanting to kill herself for not looking like a supermodel, as is women's only purpose in life.

/I sound ugly
//don't worry, I never leave the house. I wouldn't do that to other human beings!!

sadly social constraints aren't limited to female school children. it is the american commoners lot to be pushed to worship a world of freaks from very early on.

it starts in school. the biggest doosh bags seek attention via traditional outlets: student body council, sports and cheer leading being the worst offenders. home coming queen and all that other pretty popularity bullshiat is also on the guilty list.

these freaks are given the spotlight as if the student body should aspire to their level of personage. obnoxious egotistical self-important students running for council office, joe quarterback with the stunning arm and all-american date rape good looks and ultra-cute suzy creamcheese cheerleader types get paraded as the high water mark for others to aspire to. farking ridiculous.

most people are not notably good looking. nor are they talented athletes, or are they pretty bubbly rah rah cheer leaders.

most people are normal nobodys. that is common, that is normal, that is average. not only is nothing wrong with that, it should be realized that it is just fine. there should be no shame in being every day average.

yet our young people are forced to view the freaks, the uncommon ones, up on pedestals and in the spotlight. normal common types are made to feel less than, when they are actually the benchmark.

when adults / society realizes how wrong it is to blindly follow 'traditions' (pretty gifted people being put up on pedestals as if they are something to aspire to) and start teaching children they are all good and worthy of acceptance, only then will we finally begin to overcome the destructive path we've been using.

i'll also note the stereotypes winners of ...


tl;dr but you sound ugly.
 
2012-06-05 08:37:03 AM  
the jaw is a little distracting but good grief does she have really nice eyes.
 
2012-06-05 08:38:10 AM  

KrispyKritter: i'll also note the stereotypes winners of the world probably suffer for the roles they've played too. sooner or later they realize they are not all that and a bag of chips, and if self-awareness kicks in they are left to pick up the pieces and get on with being nobodys in the big bad cold adult world they've grown into.


A friend of mine came up with a law. His name was Glen, therefore we always called it "Glen's Law". It is this:

The hotter you are when you're young, the sooner your looks burn out when you become an adult. The more plain you are, the hotter you become when you are an adult.


The hottest cheerleader/preppy girl? By 30 she's going to have rough (possibly even spotted) skin, fake boobs, and thick lines in her face. She may have the makeup & hair skills to hide this for another 10 years or so, but physically she's going to be a wreck. Her figure takes a nosedive as she discovers that her youthful metabolism that she relied upon can't save her now. Her personality is still the self-centered, look-at-me disaster it was in high school, but as she lacks the looks and figure to back it up now, she becomes a terrible, self-loathing biatch.

The so-called "plain" or "nerdy" girl? She grows up and doesn't burn out in her 20s. She takes care of herself. In her 30s her skin is still smooth, her hair is still healthy, and she doesn't have any plastic parts or major wrinkles. She didn't have that magic metabolism when she was young, so she learned to eat wisely and work with the body she's got. She breaks out of her shell once she's away from all the biatchy preppy girls and sorority wenches, and becomes a much more vibrant, wonderful person as an adult than they could ever hope to be.

(And she's also better in bed than the "hot" preppy girl ever was, because she never skated by on the belief that laying there looking good was enough. She actually participates, gets involved, experiments, and has fun with it.)


Glen stated this law in 1986. I'm now 41 years old, and I'm still amazed by how insightful and on-the-money it was.
 
2012-06-05 08:41:11 AM  
Saw a kid with that puffy face/hanging jaw just recently. I was at Disneyland waiting in line so at first I thought it was some kinda mask out of the corner of my eye... it was only after my gaze landed on him a few times that I went ...ohhhh not a mask... it was almost exactly that look. Wondered what the condition was called. Had never seen it before.

Now I know. Good for her and I hope the kid I saw has similar results in time.

Gotta be rough.
 
2012-06-05 08:44:00 AM  

The My Little Pony Killer: Let's just get this out of the way:

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x642]

[cdn2.holytaco.com image 450x386]




th01.deviantart.net

dad?
 
2012-06-05 08:50:10 AM  
Kinda cute.

That hygroma looked kinda serious to the point where it could affect eating.

/low standards?
//doesnt care
 
2012-06-05 08:50:28 AM  
Maybe I missed it but 67 comments in and no mention of

babyofficial.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-06-05 08:51:40 AM  
i.dailymail.co.uk

i1.kym-cdn.com

How can there be to forever alones? That negates the whole purpose.
 
2012-06-05 08:51:53 AM  
i.dailymail.co.uk

t3.gstatic.com


Next phase?
 
2012-06-05 09:01:07 AM  

KrispyKritter: most people are normal nobodys. that is common, that is normal, that is average. not only is nothing wrong with that, it should be realized that it is just fine. there should be no shame in being every day average.


"Mediocre people do exceptional things all the time." -OK Go
 
2012-06-05 09:08:02 AM  
WHY SO SERIOUS?
 
2012-06-05 09:08:19 AM  

DerPups: The My Little Pony Killer: Let's just get this out of the way:

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x642]

[cdn2.holytaco.com image 450x386]

[th01.deviantart.net image 640x882]

dad?


GAH! Looks like the grown up love child of Angelina Jolie and Joss Whedon
 
2012-06-05 09:08:27 AM  
Proms in the UK? Whatever next They didn't do such things in my day. As for the age of the girl, heck its legal in Britain. Of course it is still a Federal crime for a US citizen to cross the state border for sex with someone under 18, even if it happens in a foreign country where they have no jurisdiction.

//Obligatory get off my lawn comments here
 
2012-06-05 09:09:49 AM  

KrispyKritter: it starts in school. the biggest doosh bags seek attention via traditional outlets: student body council, sports and cheer leading being the worst offenders. home coming queen and all that other pretty popularity bullshiat is also on the guilty list.

these freaks are given the spotlight as if the student body should aspire to their level of personage. obnoxious egotistical self-important students running for council office, joe quarterback with the stunning arm and all-american date rape good looks and ultra-cute suzy creamcheese cheerleader types get paraded as the high water mark for others to aspire to. farking ridiculous.


QFT with The Oatmeal goodness
 
2012-06-05 09:18:32 AM  

KrispyKritter: Queensowntalia: Because its never too soon to start criticizing a woman's looks. Time to get her trained for wanting to kill herself for not looking like a supermodel, as is women's only purpose in life.

/I sound ugly
//don't worry, I never leave the house. I wouldn't do that to other human beings!!

sadly social constraints aren't limited to female school children. it is the american commoners lot to be pushed to worship a world of freaks from very early on.

it starts in school. the biggest doosh bags seek attention via traditional outlets: student body council, sports and cheer leading being the worst offenders. home coming queen and all that other pretty popularity bullshiat is also on the guilty list.

these freaks are given the spotlight as if the student body should aspire to their level of personage. obnoxious egotistical self-important students running for council office, joe quarterback with the stunning arm and all-american date rape good looks and ultra-cute suzy creamcheese cheerleader types get paraded as the high water mark for others to aspire to. farking ridiculous.

most people are not notably good looking. nor are they talented athletes, or are they pretty bubbly rah rah cheer leaders.
...


Actually, the only people really that hung up on looks are twisted, broken people like yourself. The rest of us average joes wished the homecoming king and queen well, and then got on with our lives.
 
2012-06-05 09:26:34 AM  
"Taylor Swift is circling the drain. I wanna look like a REAL glamor girl. Give me the Rumer Willis."
 
2012-06-05 09:32:23 AM  
MY NAME IS *SLURP* JOHN MERRICK!!
 
2012-06-05 09:48:30 AM  

ZeroCorpse: KrispyKritter: i'll also note the stereotypes winners of the world probably suffer for the roles they've played too. sooner or later they realize they are not all that and a bag of chips, and if self-awareness kicks in they are left to pick up the pieces and get on with being nobodys in the big bad cold adult world they've grown into.

A friend of mine came up with a law. His name was Glen, therefore we always called it "Glen's Law". It is this:

The hotter you are when you're young, the sooner your looks burn out when you become an adult. The more plain you are, the hotter you become when you are an adult.


The hottest cheerleader/preppy girl? By 30 she's going to have rough (possibly even spotted) skin, fake boobs, and thick lines in her face. She may have the makeup & hair skills to hide this for another 10 years or so, but physically she's going to be a wreck. Her figure takes a nosedive as she discovers that her youthful metabolism that she relied upon can't save her now. Her personality is still the self-centered, look-at-me disaster it was in high school, but as she lacks the looks and figure to back it up now, she becomes a terrible, self-loathing biatch.

The so-called "plain" or "nerdy" girl? She grows up and doesn't burn out in her 20s. She takes care of herself. In her 30s her skin is still smooth, her hair is still healthy, and she doesn't have any plastic parts or major wrinkles. She didn't have that magic metabolism when she was young, so she learned to eat wisely and work with the body she's got. She breaks out of her shell once she's away from all the biatchy preppy girls and sorority wenches, and becomes a much more vibrant, wonderful person as an adult than they could ever hope to be.

(And she's also better in bed than the "hot" preppy girl ever was, because she never skated by on the belief that laying there looking good was enough. She actually participates, gets involved, experiments, and has fun with it.)


Glen stated this law in 1986. I'm ...


THIS TOO
 
2012-06-05 09:51:37 AM  
That's no moon...
 
2012-06-05 09:51:47 AM  

ZeroCorpse: KrispyKritter: i'll also note the stereotypes winners of the world probably suffer for the roles they've played too. sooner or later they realize they are not all that and a bag of chips, and if self-awareness kicks in they are left to pick up the pieces and get on with being nobodys in the big bad cold adult world they've grown into.

A friend of mine came up with a law. His name was Glen, therefore we always called it "Glen's Law". It is this:

The hotter you are when you're young, the sooner your looks burn out when you become an adult. The more plain you are, the hotter you become when you are an adult.


The hottest cheerleader/preppy girl? By 30 she's going to have rough (possibly even spotted) skin, fake boobs, and thick lines in her face. She may have the makeup & hair skills to hide this for another 10 years or so, but physically she's going to be a wreck. Her figure takes a nosedive as she discovers that her youthful metabolism that she relied upon can't save her now. Her personality is still the self-centered, look-at-me disaster it was in high school, but as she lacks the looks and figure to back it up now, she becomes a terrible, self-loathing biatch.

The so-called "plain" or "nerdy" girl? She grows up and doesn't burn out in her 20s. She takes care of herself. In her 30s her skin is still smooth, her hair is still healthy, and she doesn't have any plastic parts or major wrinkles. She didn't have that magic metabolism when she was young, so she learned to eat wisely and work with the body she's got. She breaks out of her shell once she's away from all the biatchy preppy girls and sorority wenches, and becomes a much more vibrant, wonderful person as an adult than they could ever hope to be.

(And she's also better in bed than the "hot" preppy girl ever was, because she never skated by on the belief that laying there looking good was enough. She actually participates, gets involved, experiments, and has fun with it.)


Glen stated this law in 1986. I'm ...


TL;DR, every nerdrage fantasy ever.

/was a 'popular' girl in school
//still doing pretty good for myself-fit & trim, still take care of my skin/hair/teeth, no kids, no abusive ex's, no high school bullshiat baggage, nor faulty ideals about carrying on my 'popular' status outside of high school.
///who are these people you speak of? do they exist outside of teen comedies and the fevered dreams of foreveralones?
 
2012-06-05 09:57:27 AM  

vonapathy: ZeroCorpse: KrispyKritter: i'll also note the stereotypes winners of the world probably suffer for the roles they've played too. sooner or later they realize they are not all that and a bag of chips, and if self-awareness kicks in they are left to pick up the pieces and get on with being nobodys in the big bad cold adult world they've grown into.

A friend of mine came up with a law. His name was Glen, therefore we always called it "Glen's Law". It is this:

The hotter you are when you're young, the sooner your looks burn out when you become an adult. The more plain you are, the hotter you become when you are an adult.


The hottest cheerleader/preppy girl? By 30 she's going to have rough (possibly even spotted) skin, fake boobs, and thick lines in her face. She may have the makeup & hair skills to hide this for another 10 years or so, but physically she's going to be a wreck. Her figure takes a nosedive as she discovers that her youthful metabolism that she relied upon can't save her now. Her personality is still the self-centered, look-at-me disaster it was in high school, but as she lacks the looks and figure to back it up now, she becomes a terrible, self-loathing biatch.

The so-called "plain" or "nerdy" girl? She grows up and doesn't burn out in her 20s. She takes care of herself. In her 30s her skin is still smooth, her hair is still healthy, and she doesn't have any plastic parts or major wrinkles. She didn't have that magic metabolism when she was young, so she learned to eat wisely and work with the body she's got. She breaks out of her shell once she's away from all the biatchy preppy girls and sorority wenches, and becomes a much more vibrant, wonderful person as an adult than they could ever hope to be.

(And she's also better in bed than the "hot" preppy girl ever was, because she never skated by on the belief that laying there looking good was enough. She actually participates, gets involved, experiments, and has fun with it.)


Glen stated this law i ...


Give it awhile sugar tits. you're still a pup.

/yes these people Zero spoke of do exist.
//you're too hung up on yourself to see them
 
2012-06-05 10:15:02 AM  

darwinpolice: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 505x319]

...bus-taker


Where does he store his acorns?
 
2012-06-05 10:17:44 AM  
Why didn't anyone tell me Susan Boyle and Jay Leno had a child 16 years ago?
 
2012-06-05 10:22:52 AM  
wow...we're all sick...most of us immediately thought of the "Bruce Willis had another kid" joke...that private fark party in hell sure is going to be something else.
 
2012-06-05 11:07:01 AM  

The My Little Pony Killer: Now that that's out of the way, this one:

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x405]

is a really cute shot.

/she'll use it to trick people on Facebook http://match.com/ for years


fixed
 
2012-06-05 11:29:34 AM  
ZeroCorpse Smartest
Funniest
2012-06-05 08:38:10 AM


KrispyKritter: i'll also note the stereotypes winners of the world probably suffer for the roles they've played too. sooner or later they realize they are not all that and a bag of chips, and if self-awareness kicks in they are left to pick up the pieces and get on with being nobodys in the big bad cold adult world they've grown into.

A friend of mine came up with a law. His name was Glen, therefore we always called it "Glen's Law". It is this:

The hotter you are when you're young, the sooner your looks burn out when you become an adult. The more plain you are, the hotter you become when you are an adult.


The hottest cheerleader/preppy girl? By 30 she's going to have rough (possibly even spotted) skin, fake boobs, and thick lines in her face. She may have the makeup & hair skills to hide this for another 10 years or so, but physically she's going to be a wreck. Her figure takes a nosedive as she discovers that her youthful metabolism that she relied upon can't save her now. Her personality is still the self-centered, look-at-me disaster it was in high school, but as she lacks the looks and figure to back it up now, she becomes a terrible, self-loathing biatch.

The so-called "plain" or "nerdy" girl? She grows up and doesn't burn out in her 20s. She takes care of herself. In her 30s her skin is still smooth, her hair is still healthy, and she doesn't have any plastic parts or major wrinkles. She didn't have that magic metabolism when she was young, so she learned to eat wisely and work with the body she's got. She breaks out of her shell once she's away from all the biatchy preppy girls and sorority wenches, and becomes a much more vibrant, wonderful person as an adult than they could ever hope to be.

(And she's also better in bed than the "hot" preppy girl ever was, because she never skated by on the belief that laying there looking good was enough. She actually participates, gets involved, experiments, and has fun with it.)


Glen stated this law in 1986. I'm now 41 years old, and I'm still amazed by how insightful and on-the-money it was.




Stereotype much?

It's hilarious to read all these posts wailing about society's sick habit of making fun of those who look different. Farkers are so kind and enlightened! At least in a thread about an ugly little girl.

Then read any thread on tanning mom, courtney stodden, or the girl who looks like a doll.
 
2012-06-05 11:59:35 AM  

FirstNationalBastard: Nice to see Rumer Willis is doing okay.


came to say this...was way too late...farker must have day off
 
2012-06-05 12:19:53 PM  

NobleHam: feckingmorons: That is a very nice story. She has better teeth than 99% of the UK.

I wonder why the initial surgeries weren't on the NHS. I thought they covered everything except elective surgery.

Maybe they were considered elective? Cystic hygromas are rarely anything more than a cosmetic problem. A pretty disfiguring cosmetic problem, but still.


That could be the case. It is spiffy that her friends and neighbors were able to raise the cash for her surgeries to date, they are good people.
 
2012-06-05 12:54:38 PM  

doubled99: It's hilarious to read all these posts wailing about society's sick habit of making fun of those who look different. Farkers are so kind and enlightened! At least in a thread about an ugly little girl.

Then read any thread on tanning mom, courtney stodden, or the girl who looks like a doll.


Nice try, except there's a difference between being born a freak and doing your damnedest everyday to make yourself look like one. One gets sympathy, the other gets scorn.
 
2012-06-05 02:19:25 PM  
StrangeQ Smartest
Funniest
2012-06-05 12:54:38 PM


doubled99: It's hilarious to read all these posts wailing about society's sick habit of making fun of those who look different. Farkers are so kind and enlightened! At least in a thread about an ugly little girl.

Then read any thread on tanning mom, courtney stodden, or the girl who looks like a doll.

Nice try, except there's a difference between being born a freak and doing your damnedest everyday to make yourself look like one. One gets sympathy, the other gets scorn.




Nice try. It's people making fun of others' looks
We just all have different tastes in who we make fun of.
 
2012-06-05 02:57:22 PM  
I thought she looked better before.. *shrugs
 
2012-06-05 03:30:14 PM  
tibungo.net
 
2012-06-05 04:22:31 PM  

doubled99: Nice try. It's people making fun of others' looks


uh, no it isn't. It's people making fun of idiots who have such a distorted self-image that they destroy their bodies.
 
2012-06-06 12:36:41 AM  

vonapathy: TL;DR, every nerdrage fantasy ever.

/was a 'popular' girl in school
//still doing pretty good for myself-fit & trim, still take care of my skin/hair/teeth, no kids, no abusive ex's, no high school bullshiat baggage, nor faulty ideals about carrying on my 'popular' status outside of high school.
///who are these people you speak of? do they exist outside of teen comedies and the fevered dreams of foreveralones?


1. You start with "TL;DR" - So you're commenting on something and critiquing it without actually knowing what it was because it contained too many words. Good... Stereotype earned.

2. Your profile says you're INTP... If you are, then you weren't as popular as you think, because those people are extroverts, not introverts, and looks-wise you're not exactly the blonde preppy girl stereotype I was talking about, either, so... No. Sorry, you don't fit what I was saying at all.

3. I think you were probably the "plain" girl I was talking about up there. Not the other one. But then, you're still young. Give it time. We'll see.
 
2012-06-06 12:37:56 AM  

doubled99: StrangeQ Smartest
Funniest
2012-06-05 12:54:38 PM


doubled99: It's hilarious to read all these posts wailing about society's sick habit of making fun of those who look different. Farkers are so kind and enlightened! At least in a thread about an ugly little girl.

Then read any thread on tanning mom, courtney stodden, or the girl who looks like a doll.

Nice try, except there's a difference between being born a freak and doing your damnedest everyday to make yourself look like one. One gets sympathy, the other gets scorn.



Nice try. It's people making fun of others' looks
We just all have different tastes in who we make fun of.



One's a choice. The other is an unwanted accident or deformity.

We mock those who choose to look stupid. Deal with it.
 
2012-06-06 12:39:10 AM  
Also: It's funny how defensive the narcissists get when they are called out.
 
2012-06-06 06:49:09 AM  

ZeroCorpse: A friend of mine came up with a law. His name was Glen, therefore we always called it "Glen's Law". It is this:

The hotter you are when you're young, the sooner your looks burn out when you become an adult. The more plain you are, the hotter you become when you are an adult.


The hottest cheerleader/preppy girl? By 30 she's going to have rough (possibly even spotted) skin, fake boobs, and thick lines in her face. She may have the makeup & hair skills to hide this for another 10 years or so, but physically she's going to be a wreck. Her figure takes a nosedive as she discovers that her youthful metabolism that she relied upon can't save her now. Her personality is still the self-centered, look-at-me disaster it was in high school, but as she lacks the looks and figure to back it up now, she becomes a terrible, self-loathing biatch.

The so-called "plain" or "nerdy" girl? She grows up and doesn't burn out in her 20s. She takes care of herself. In her 30s her skin is still smooth, her hair is still healthy, and she doesn't have any plastic parts or major wrinkles. She didn't have that magic metabolism when she was young, so she learned to eat wisely and work with the body she's got. She breaks out of her shell once she's away from all the biatchy preppy girls and sorority wenches, and becomes a much more vibrant, wonderful person as an adult than they could ever hope to be.

(And she's also better in bed than the "hot" preppy girl ever was, because she never skated by on the belief that laying there looking good was enough. She actually participates, gets involved, experiments, and has fun with it.)


I really wish this were more true, although I believe you when you say you found it to be insightful and on-the-money in your experience. It is just that in my experience the hot ones did not burn out faster than anyone else. Their good metabolism continued to be a blessing and kept them thin, and people will overlook wrinkles in favour of thinness and great hair and a nice pair of tits. Yes these hot women are painfully shallow and self-centred right the way through. But they still get away with it into their forties, because the plain girl in her forties is still just as plain as she always was, just older.

When it comes down to it the most physically attractive person has won the lottery, not for a lifetime perhaps, but for a long enough to benefit in a major way.
 
2012-06-06 11:22:05 AM  

ZeroCorpse: Also: It's funny how defensive the narcissists get when they are called out.


You're more defensive than anyone you 'call out'. You've written a book cherry picking information to validate your views that 'plain' people are actually much better off than people who are aesthetically gifted. You make wild assumptions based on absolutely no life experience, only extrapolating from your own limited observations. Eventually people learn that the world does not exist exactly as they see it and they compensate for that. You'll learn too, eventually.

Trust me, girls that were pretty in HS usually still are, or they're fat. Girls that were plain in HS usually still are, or they're fat.

Sex? Looks have nothing to do with sex at all, that's just stupid. I've farked model-level chicks that were total sluts and model chicks that were prudes. Same with plain chicks, fat chicks, skinny chicks etc.

If it makes you feel better to believe that, though, by all means be my guest, but you're wasting your time trying to convince other people to share your (poorly hidden) misery.
 
Displayed 50 of 105 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is archived, and closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »
Advertisement
On Twitter





In Other Media


  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.

Report