33 thoughts on “do you agree?

  1. Anonymous says:

    On the flipside

    You are a lazy NPC if you can’t perceive a person more than the physical. Personality, history, vibe are more important. So if you’re just caught up on looks you might be a dumb thot.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, but generally if something smells like shit it will taste like it. Most of the time, our snap judgements aren’t wholly incorrect; it’s part of how we survived.
      Someone who is so ugly that they cannot possibly fix it, I think you have to be suspicious of.

      • Anonymous says:

        Your judgments are molded by the bought msm and astroturfed social media in this era lol. Even worse, by corporations. It tells you trannies and feminists uphold society lmao.

        Unless you are extremely discerning or Christian. Your judgments cannot be trusted.

      • Anonymous says:

        Nah. Good looking people don’t care about looks because they take it for granted.

        It’s the 5/10s who are caught up in lookism because they don’t want to be lumped in with the have-nots

        • Anonymous says:

          Yea actually now that i think about it i agree with you
          The shorter and uglier you are the more you notice taller good looking people get shit just because they way they look

  2. Anonymous says:

    Be careful because the opposite is also true – if you overdress, you’ll come off as self-centered and egocentric. Your best dress is a balance between the two in the right setting, and at its best if you can dress well enough to stand out, while not contrasting against everyone else’s appearance.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Yeah. Only an idiot would sacrifice their self upon the pyre of the exception that proves the rule. Hidden talents are useless.

  4. Anonymous says:

    No, this is a shallow way to look at other people. Literally judging books by their cover which I’m pretty sure everyone can agree is stupid.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s a wholistic way to look at other people. Yours is a reductive way, to think that someone’s exterior and interior life could be separated into different modules, one of which is deep and rich, the other shit. Why would that be the case? A person is one whole organism inside and out. Every aspect of them reflects the truth of what they are

        • Anonymous says:

          I nailed you with unfathomable precision and accuracy; you’ve been reduced to such a point that you can’t even respond beyond a poise of internet LOL-irony playing to a crowd that doesnt exist on LULZ

      • Anonymous says:

        And each to their own.
        Your point?

        The way you phrased that is enough to conclude you’re a coping stupid

        A bad carpenter blames the tools.

    • Anonymous says:

      What’s wrong with judging an author’s book by their cover? Some of the best authors were also sexy people in their time. Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, Thomas Carlyle, Herman Melville, these were sexy sexy DILF’s! We all know Camus was a playboy. Kathy Acker and Donna Tartt are a pair of fine looking tarts too. Virginia Woolf is built like the skinny mover from the Dire Straits – Money for Nothing music video so she must be one of the bad authors.

      • Anonymous says:

        on a slightly related note, i started reating to the lighthouse just because i liked the cover, and its one of the most beautiful written books ive ever read. Make of that what you will

      • Anonymous says:

        >doesn’t like Woolf
        >couple of token ‘tarts’
        gay anons, maybe it’s joever


        on a slightly related note, i started reating to the lighthouse just because i liked the cover, and its one of the most beautiful written books ive ever read. Make of that what you will

        based. My favourite part of To the Lighthouse was the description of the moon, and the house moving through time.

        • Anonymous says:

          was a bit hard to get adjusted to her way of writing as an esl, but i got used to and uckily have a good english vocabulary. Any other english written books you can recommend that are written in a similar way? I liked the dreamlike feel of it and the beautiful descriptions and insights in peoples minds.

          • Anonymous says:

            Mrs Dalloway ofc is good but is slow at parts. afaik the best books for dreamlike will be Modernist authors, because the style of "stream of consciousness" came about with that literary movement in Europe. /lit/ would give better recs I haven’t read much modernist literature. nice reading it as esl though.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I don’t really care about being liked. Putting on a façade every day is tiresome, and I refuse to do so any longer than I absolutely have to.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Why would anyone willingly want to look bad? Nice things look nice. Being in a clean and beautiful environment is good for your psyche. No one wants to live in a run-down shithole. Same goes for your appearance. My consciousness is stuck in this body for my entire time here, might as well try to make it look nice and run properly.

  7. Anonymous says:

    In my experience, that is often the case. You can dress trashy but still look nice. Hair is fixed, your clothes aren’t a wrinkled mess and are clean, you aren’t a filthy pig, shit like that. So, yeah, I agree.

  8. Anonymous says:

    The nugget of truth here is that you can tell a lot about a person by the way they look. It’s more complicated than that, but the essential truth is there.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Only people who’s never had personal connections with others think that.
    They don’t know what people have to offer other than their looks.

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