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2020-09-21 12:11:32 PM  
Does it have yellow polka dots?
 
2020-09-21 12:20:26 PM  
Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.
 
2020-09-21 12:59:37 PM  
And still can't act
 
2020-09-21 1:05:27 PM  

bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.


How light your sarcasm is.
 
2020-09-21 1:05:41 PM  
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2020-09-21 1:12:49 PM  
"Two-piece bikini" is redundant.
 
2020-09-21 1:12:49 PM  

bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.


Watching you, through and through
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2020-09-21 1:16:49 PM  

jim32rr: bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.

Watching you, through and through
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Now that's a camel of a different color.
 
2020-09-21 1:25:06 PM  
I am not a fan by any means but there is no denying she works for what she's got. Genetics may have set her on a different level but she does the maintenance.
 
2020-09-21 1:25:32 PM  
Also, looks like A-Rod is still on the HGH or whatever he's switched to now.
 
2020-09-21 1:31:44 PM  

bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.


Should good looking people be hidden so ugly people don't feel bad that they're ugly?
 
2020-09-21 1:32:18 PM  
Gobble gobble.

/obscure?
 
2020-09-21 1:33:06 PM  

Christian Bale: Also, looks like A-Rod is still on the HGH or whatever he's switched to now.


I'm guessing TRT.
 
2020-09-21 1:33:53 PM  
She needs to eat more tacos
 
Al!
2020-09-21 1:47:36 PM  

Tor_Eckman: She needs to eat more tacos


We all need to eat more tacos. Vote Tacos in 2020: The world is full of bad choices, but tacos are not one of them.
 
2020-09-21 1:52:10 PM  

bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.


I do, actually, wonder why so many women and men who have regular jobs are ashamed of how they look compared to the people who get paid to look beautiful.

Do you want to look like JLo?

Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.
 
2020-09-21 2:05:28 PM  
Woman whose literal job is to look good still looks good. If I got paid millions to get ripped, I'd look like the Rock, too.
 
2020-09-21 2:11:23 PM  

TofuTheAlmighty: Woman whose literal job is to look good still looks good. If I got paid millions to get ripped, I'd look like the Rock, too.


I'd probably be fired within a week.
 
2020-09-21 2:13:43 PM  

brizzle365: bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.

As a soon to be 40 yr old male, if i looked like that at 51, I'd wear the damn bikini too!


You're wearing a bikini right now, please close your curtains
 
2020-09-21 2:17:02 PM  

Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.


And yet, unfortunately, still may be impossible.

Some traits are just inescapable or unattainable.  Some people could no more look like a [ fashion model of reader's choice ] than I could be a successful jockey, or a jockey a starting NBA center.
 
2020-09-21 2:20:12 PM  

SFSailor: Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.

And yet, unfortunately, still may be impossible.

Some traits are just inescapable or unattainable.  Some people could no more look like a [ fashion model of reader's choice ] than I could be a successful jockey, or a jockey a starting NBA center.


Plastic surgery, as I alluded to in my prior comment, will Go a long way towards getting someone to look like what they want

Like I said, not easy, and not cheap.
 
2020-09-21 2:21:01 PM  

SFSailor: Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.

And yet, unfortunately, still may be impossible.

Some traits are just inescapable or unattainable.  Some people could no more look like a [ fashion model of reader's choice ] than I could be a successful jockey, or a jockey a starting NBA center.


I forgot to add: being a pro athlete is very different from being a pop star.
 
2020-09-21 2:23:48 PM  

Callous: bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.

Should good looking people be hidden so ugly people don't feel bad that they're ugly?


Handicapper General Glampers says yes.
 
2020-09-21 2:29:12 PM  
Man, I haven't seen a Duncan Butterfly Yo-Yo in years!

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/Yo-Yo smuggler
 
2020-09-21 2:29:27 PM  

Crewmannumber6: And still can't act


She had one good acting role, and it took the likes of Steven Soderbergh to get it done. It was definitely more his doing than hers

/She was hot as hell in it, too
//So was Clooney
//She's done movies with two Batmans? Batmen?
 
2020-09-21 2:35:44 PM  

bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.


Well there are two sides to that thinking. What if you bust your arse to stay in shape and are proud of your body. Should you feel ashamed or try to hide your figure, as to not to offend others?

Or you can just not give two farks about it. Hell I leave the house with bed head, about a week's beard, batman pj bottoms, and a frozen banana stand  arrested development t-shirt. And I still got hit on at the grocery store. (That surprised the crap out of me, every part of me said go away)
 
2020-09-21 2:36:59 PM  
Yes I would, abso-farking-lutely.

Lotsa Studmen around here.
 
2020-09-21 2:42:09 PM  

brizzle365: bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.

As a soon to be 40 yr old male, if i looked like that at 51, I'd wear the damn bikini too!


If I had the male equivalent looking abs never wear a shirt.  I'd introduce them before myself.
 
2020-09-21 2:46:20 PM  
Aw.

Or more correctly, "A.W."
 
2020-09-21 2:50:04 PM  

bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.


They should be MORE ashamed
 
2020-09-21 2:54:26 PM  

Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.


You're correct that not everyone can look like a movie star/singer/entertainer.  But I googled the numbers over the weekend, for an unrelated reason (a story on COVID).  Almost 70% of adults in the US are either overweight (32.5%) or obese (36.5%).  Being too heavy in America is now the norm, and by a huge margin of more than 2 to 1.

Everyone may not be capable of movie star looks, but they are capable of being at a healthy weight.  And as someone who was formerly part of those numbers (I lost 270 pounds without surgery to get to my height-appropriate weight), it wasn't even particularly difficult to do.  It was just time consuming.

We have a really big problem with health in this country.  We b*tch about health care (and, for the record, I think the US should have a single payer system like every other industrialized country), while we stuff the most unhealthy foods down our throats and park our asses on our couches while staring at TVs and smartphones.
 
2020-09-21 2:59:58 PM  
With a net worth of $400M, she can afford top shelf physical training, personal chefs, etc... plus not having to worry about things like working a full time job, cleaning the house, laundry, and all the other things that eat up time for us plebes.
 
2020-09-21 3:03:14 PM  

Wave Of Anal Fury: Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.

You're correct that not everyone can look like a movie star/singer/entertainer.  But I googled the numbers over the weekend, for an unrelated reason (a story on COVID).  Almost 70% of adults in the US are either overweight (32.5%) or obese (36.5%).  Being too heavy in America is now the norm, and by a huge margin of more than 2 to 1.

Everyone may not be capable of movie star looks, but they are capable of being at a healthy weight.  And as someone who was formerly part of those numbers (I lost 270 pounds without surgery to get to my height-appropriate weight), it wasn't even particularly difficult to do.  It was just time consuming.

We have a really big problem with health in this country.  We b*tch about health care (and, for the record, I think the US should have a single payer system like every other industrialized country), while we stuff the most unhealthy foods down our throats and park our asses on our couches while staring at TVs and smartphones.


Theoreticallly capable, there is a pretty big overlap in obesity and poverty because the foods that are cheap to keep and prepare on limited budget are not healthy. That's not saying groceries are expensive, that's saying the ability to cook from scratch requires things like time and cooking equipment that aren't as available to the poor.
 
2020-09-21 3:07:03 PM  

dryknife: Man, I haven't seen a Duncan Butterfly Yo-Yo in years!

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/Yo-Yo smuggler


Yep.

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2020-09-21 3:13:56 PM  

RyansPrivates: Wave Of Anal Fury: Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.

You're correct that not everyone can look like a movie star/singer/entertainer.  But I googled the numbers over the weekend, for an unrelated reason (a story on COVID).  Almost 70% of adults in the US are either overweight (32.5%) or obese (36.5%).  Being too heavy in America is now the norm, and by a huge margin of more than 2 to 1.

Everyone may not be capable of movie star looks, but they are capable of being at a healthy weight.  And as someone who was formerly part of those numbers (I lost 270 pounds without surgery to get to my height-appropriate weight), it wasn't even particularly difficult to do.  It was just time consuming.

We have a really big problem with health in this country.  We b*tch about health care (and, for the record, I think the US should have a single payer system like every other industrialized country), while we stuff the most unhealthy foods down our throats and park our asses on our couches while staring at TVs and smartphones.

Theoreticallly capable, there is a pretty big overlap in obesity and poverty because the foods that are cheap to keep and prepare on limited budget are not healthy. That's not saying groceries are expensive, that's saying the ability to cook from scratch requires things like time and cooking equipment that aren't as available to the poor.


I've heard that one plenty of times, even from my wife, and though I don't entirely agree, I also don't entirely disagree.  I've been there throughout my weight loss journey, too.  I was so poor at one time I received food stamps for a few years.  I was so broke from medical bills after my cancer surgery (which, not surprisingly, added to my incentive to get healthy, and also led to my belief in single payer health care) that my food budget was $20/week, in 2006 dollars.  I still managed to eat healthy.

I don't want to turn this into a big debate in a J-Lo thread.  I had typed out replies similar to my initial one a few times and said "Eh, screw it, I don't have time for that" and closed the browser tab.  But that 70% number makes it pretty damn clear that this more than just about poverty (which is a significant issue).  This is an overarching problem that affects the entire country, of all levels of income.
 
2020-09-21 3:28:35 PM  
There are a lot of HOT women her age. people arent aging like our grandparents

I look at pictures of my grandparents from when I was a kid and my grandparents were in their 40s and they looked like OLD people do now.

sure things might not be as firm as they used to be but there are a lot of sexy 40-50 year old ladies
 
2020-09-21 3:28:39 PM  

Wave Of Anal Fury: RyansPrivates: Wave Of Anal Fury: Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.

You're correct that not everyone can look like a movie star/singer/entertainer.  But I googled the numbers over the weekend, for an unrelated reason (a story on COVID).  Almost 70% of adults in the US are either overweight (32.5%) or obese (36.5%).  Being too heavy in America is now the norm, and by a huge margin of more than 2 to 1.

Everyone may not be capable of movie star looks, but they are capable of being at a healthy weight.  And as someone who was formerly part of those numbers (I lost 270 pounds without surgery to get to my height-appropriate weight), it wasn't even particularly difficult to do.  It was just time consuming.

We have a really big problem with health in this country.  We b*tch about health care (and, for the record, I think the US should have a single payer system like every other industrialized country), while we stuff the most unhealthy foods down our throats and park our asses on our couches while staring at TVs and smartphones.

Theoreticallly capable, there is a pretty big overlap in obesity and poverty because the foods that are cheap to keep and prepare on limited budget are not healthy. That's not saying groceries are expensive, that's saying the ability to cook from scratch requires things like time and cooking equipment that aren't as available to the poor.

I've heard that one plenty of times, even from my wife, and though I don't entirely agree, I also don't entirely disagree.  I've been there throughout my weight loss journey, too.  I was so poor at one time I received food stamps for a few years.  I was so broke from medical bills after my cancer surgery (which, not surprisingly, added to my incentive to get healthy, and also led t ...


^^^This

I know plenty of people that can afford to eat whatever they want and choose to eat McDonald's, Dominos, and Wendy's all the time.

Blaming obesity on poverty is a cop-out.  For most obese people they chose to eat that way.
 
2020-09-21 3:37:47 PM  

Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.


Absolutely get what you're saying. BUT! You don't need a fat wallet to work for a healthier, more attractive bod. Save milk jugs and fill them with dirt. Get your veg at an independent market. We may never end up looking like J-Lo, but there are things you can do to get your broke ass feeling and looking better.
 
2020-09-21 3:43:25 PM  

Callous: Wave Of Anal Fury: RyansPrivates: Wave Of Anal Fury: Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.

You're correct that not everyone can look like a movie star/singer/entertainer.  But I googled the numbers over the weekend, for an unrelated reason (a story on COVID).  Almost 70% of adults in the US are either overweight (32.5%) or obese (36.5%).  Being too heavy in America is now the norm, and by a huge margin of more than 2 to 1.

Everyone may not be capable of movie star looks, but they are capable of being at a healthy weight.  And as someone who was formerly part of those numbers (I lost 270 pounds without surgery to get to my height-appropriate weight), it wasn't even particularly difficult to do.  It was just time consuming.

We have a really big problem with health in this country.  We b*tch about health care (and, for the record, I think the US should have a single payer system like every other industrialized country), while we stuff the most unhealthy foods down our throats and park our asses on our couches while staring at TVs and smartphones.

Theoreticallly capable, there is a pretty big overlap in obesity and poverty because the foods that are cheap to keep and prepare on limited budget are not healthy. That's not saying groceries are expensive, that's saying the ability to cook from scratch requires things like time and cooking equipment that aren't as available to the poor.

I've heard that one plenty of times, even from my wife, and though I don't entirely agree, I also don't entirely disagree.  I've been there throughout my weight loss journey, too.  I was so poor at one time I received food stamps for a few years.  I was so broke from medical bills after my cancer surgery (which, not surprisingly, added to my incentive to get heal ...


To be clear I wasn't blaming obesity on poverty, I was just saying that a bigger percentage of those in poverty are obese for the reasons cited. Actual studies have shown this and there is a well documented thing called "food deserts" where grocery stores aren't plentiful, but fast food and crappy choices are.
 
2020-09-21 3:50:08 PM  

RyansPrivates: Wave Of Anal Fury: Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.

You're correct that not everyone can look like a movie star/singer/entertainer.  But I googled the numbers over the weekend, for an unrelated reason (a story on COVID).  Almost 70% of adults in the US are either overweight (32.5%) or obese (36.5%).  Being too heavy in America is now the norm, and by a huge margin of more than 2 to 1.

Everyone may not be capable of movie star looks, but they are capable of being at a healthy weight.  And as someone who was formerly part of those numbers (I lost 270 pounds without surgery to get to my height-appropriate weight), it wasn't even particularly difficult to do.  It was just time consuming.

We have a really big problem with health in this country.  We b*tch about health care (and, for the record, I think the US should have a single payer system like every other industrialized country), while we stuff the most unhealthy foods down our throats and park our asses on our couches while staring at TVs and smartphones.

Theoreticallly capable, there is a pretty big overlap in obesity and poverty because the foods that are cheap to keep and prepare on limited budget are not healthy. That's not saying groceries are expensive, that's saying the ability to cook from scratch requires things like time and cooking equipment that aren't as available to the poor.


Or, more importantly, the energy and will to cook for themselves.

People working double shifts and two jobs usually don't want to do even more work once they get home. Cooking is work in itself and then there's dishes, it's all much more convenient to have someone make you a meal in a container you can just toss in the garbage and maximize your downtime on other things.
 
2020-09-21 3:53:44 PM  

Cthulhu Theory: RyansPrivates: Wave Of Anal Fury: Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.

You're correct that not everyone can look like a movie star/singer/entertainer.  But I googled the numbers over the weekend, for an unrelated reason (a story on COVID).  Almost 70% of adults in the US are either overweight (32.5%) or obese (36.5%).  Being too heavy in America is now the norm, and by a huge margin of more than 2 to 1.

Everyone may not be capable of movie star looks, but they are capable of being at a healthy weight.  And as someone who was formerly part of those numbers (I lost 270 pounds without surgery to get to my height-appropriate weight), it wasn't even particularly difficult to do.  It was just time consuming.

We have a really big problem with health in this country.  We b*tch about health care (and, for the record, I think the US should have a single payer system like every other industrialized country), while we stuff the most unhealthy foods down our throats and park our asses on our couches while staring at TVs and smartphones.

Theoreticallly capable, there is a pretty big overlap in obesity and poverty because the foods that are cheap to keep and prepare on limited budget are not healthy. That's not saying groceries are expensive, that's saying the ability to cook from scratch requires things like time and cooking equipment that aren't as available to the poor.

Or, more importantly, the energy and will to cook for themselves.

People working double shifts and two jobs usually don't want to do even more work once they get home. Cooking is work in itself and then there's dishes, it's all much more convenient to have someone make you a meal in a container you can just toss in the garbage and maximize your downtime on other things.


Fat person typing detected
 
2020-09-21 3:57:33 PM  
She's one of the Fly Girls from In Living Color right? I loved that show.
 
2020-09-21 3:58:32 PM  
Old knees
 
2020-09-21 4:02:18 PM  

Wave Of Anal Fury: RyansPrivates: Wave Of Anal Fury: Cthulhu Theory: Fine, but it's not cheap, it's not easy, and it will require a lot of scrifice of the things you love, and depending on your genetics, you may have to pay to surgically alter your body on top of the fitness and dietary changes that will be necessary.

You're correct that not everyone can look like a movie star/singer/entertainer.  But I googled the numbers over the weekend, for an unrelated reason (a story on COVID).  Almost 70% of adults in the US are either overweight (32.5%) or obese (36.5%).  Being too heavy in America is now the norm, and by a huge margin of more than 2 to 1.

Everyone may not be capable of movie star looks, but they are capable of being at a healthy weight.  And as someone who was formerly part of those numbers (I lost 270 pounds without surgery to get to my height-appropriate weight), it wasn't even particularly difficult to do.  It was just time consuming.

We have a really big problem with health in this country.  We b*tch about health care (and, for the record, I think the US should have a single payer system like every other industrialized country), while we stuff the most unhealthy foods down our throats and park our asses on our couches while staring at TVs and smartphones.

Theoreticallly capable, there is a pretty big overlap in obesity and poverty because the foods that are cheap to keep and prepare on limited budget are not healthy. That's not saying groceries are expensive, that's saying the ability to cook from scratch requires things like time and cooking equipment that aren't as available to the poor.

I've heard that one plenty of times, even from my wife, and though I don't entirely agree, I also don't entirely disagree.  I've been there throughout my weight loss journey, too.  I was so poor at one time I received food stamps for a few years.  I was so broke from medical bills after my cancer surgery (which, not surprisingly, added to my incentive to get healthy, and also led to my belief in single payer health care) that my food budget was $20/week, in 2006 dollars.  I still managed to eat healthy.

I don't want to turn this into a big debate in a J-Lo thread.  I had typed out replies similar to my initial one a few times and said "Eh, screw it, I don't have time for that" and closed the browser tab.  But that 70% number makes it pretty damn clear that this more than just about poverty (which is a significant issue).  This is an overarching problem that affects the entire country, of all levels of income.


70% at all levels of income? I find that hard to believe, perhaps you have numbers that bear that out.

Not every rich person is a "beautiful people" type, but I'd wager you're more likely to find the ratio of these types in the higher money brackets than in the lower brackets. Keeping in mind that roughly 70% of US households make less than 75k a year,  which as a combined income isn't much, especially in certain cities, you're looking at a very high number of people who live in poverty and the greater portions of this demographic is likely to be obese than not, while the numbers likely slowly flip the higher you go.

Also, just because you were able to eat healthy on a super tight budget doesn't mean others will.

The main problem is we as a nation don't have as great an idea of what constitutes healthy eating and even as the push towards healthier fast food takes root, it's pushing against the need for more people to cook their own meals by making healthier (not healthy) fast food options available.

Fast food industry has something of a choke hold on the consumer and it'll take a massive cultural shift to break it, and with all the social issues right now, the last thing anyone is thinking is "man, we should really start cooking at home more"
 
2020-09-21 4:17:39 PM  
She is clearly exceptional for her age. Having a full time team dedicated to keeping her that way and a good roll of the genetics dice definitely don't hurt either.

I think its a sickness of society that people want to shame and downplay beauty as vanity. Beauty should be openly celebrated just like intelligence, athleticism, or any other kind of gift or talent.

If someone's beauty makes you feel bad about yourself, tough shiat. I'm not exactly built like one of the greek gods either.
 
2020-09-21 4:18:53 PM  

jim32rr: bostonguy: Because that is representative of most 51-year old women (or men, for that matter).

And we wonder why so many women (and men, in fact) are ashamed of how they look when compared to what is shown in the media.

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It goes where?

All it needs is a sign. "Abandon hope, all ye who enter here." :)
 
2020-09-21 4:22:08 PM  

iron_city_ap: With a net worth of $400M, she can afford top shelf physical training, personal chefs, etc... plus not having to worry about things like working a full time job, cleaning the house, laundry, and all the other things that eat up time for us plebes.


Well, any excuse for inaction, eh? No one is too busy to get off their ass for 30 minutes a day and exercise. If they are, it's by choice.
 
2020-09-21 4:27:49 PM  
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2020-09-21 4:29:47 PM  

Magnanimous_J: She is clearly exceptional for her age. Having a full time team dedicated to keeping her that way and a good roll of the genetics dice definitely don't hurt either.

I think its a sickness of society that people want to shame and downplay beauty as vanity. Beauty should be openly celebrated just like intelligence, athleticism, or any other kind of gift or talent.

If someone's beauty makes you feel bad about yourself, tough shiat. I'm not exactly built like one of the greek gods either.


This is a healthy view. But our society doesn't share it, unfortunately.
 
2020-09-21 4:31:46 PM  
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