If you’re an ugly guy you can sort of make up for it by making a lot of money. Now maybe these guys won’t exactly be loved (they’re just renting it) but at least they won’t be alone.
If you’re an ugly girl, on the other hand, there’s little you can do to make up for it. This is why I believe ugly women should get free plastic surgery.
Yeah, I know, the taxpayers are actually paying for it, but if we’re going to pay taxes I have think of better uses for them than bailing out traitorous international bankers who take the money given to them and invest it in China, or to Cosmodemonic Transnational Megacorporations who do the same thing, which means exporting our middle-class jobs to our enemies.
Probably the first time I noticed the problems ugly women have was when I was 16 years old. I was walking down the street at night, going to a party, when I saw coming towards me one of the unattractive girls I went to school with.
She was walking her dog. I thought, my God, Friday night and she’s walking her dog so it could potty? And I’m going to a party with dancing and drinking (and other mind-altering substances) and girls?
As she got closer I could tell by the look in her eyes she recognized me. But then, everyone in school recognized me, even if they didn’t know my name.
I saw fear in this girl’s eyes. I thought, why? and then I realized: she thought I was going to say something mean to her, to humiliate her.
Fear of me. Terror, almost. I don’t remember what I did as I passed her. Perhaps I smiled and said hello. Perhaps I just walked by and didn't say anything.
I saw more of the same problem in college. Some unattractive woman would be sitting by herself at a party, looking sad and depressed. Once my roommate, who was even cuter than me (yes, I know, hard to believe) walked up to one and started talking to her, and boom! her face just lit up. A cute guy is talking to me! I don’t believe it! The first time in my life a cute guy has ever talked to me! He actually seems interested in what I have to say!
Another time I walked by one on the street and when I looked her at I swear I saw this desperate look on her face: please acknowledge my existence. So I smiled and said hi. It was free; it didn’t cost me at all.
Once I went to a dorm to see a woman I knew. She had a new roommate, another sad unattractive girl with a depressed look on her face. I started talking to her. Her face just lit up.
Later, the girl I had gone to see told me, “My roommate thinks you’re a doll.” Well, of course. Handsome is as handsome does. Well, sometimes you can be handsome without doing anything at all!
In college I used to live in a studio apartment attached to a houseful of girls. Eleven or twelve; I’m not sure. I lost count. One night I was in one’s room, just passing the time.
This girl verged on being beautiful. Jokingly, I asked her how many guys had asked her out for the weekend. I didn’t even know why I asked her that. The question just popped into my mind.
She was sitting in front of her mirror putting her make-up on. “Seven,” she told me.
I just sat there, unable to think of anything to say. Actually, I was unable to think at all. I was just completely stunned. Then I asked, “Which one are you going out with?”
“The one I like the best,” she answered.
I thought, this is unbelievable. A good-looking girl gets asked out by seven guys, and an unattractive girl can’t even get kissed. Or even looked at, just ostracized, which actually is an attempt to kill them.
When I was about 21 I used to see this girl walking down the street near my house. I don’t know how old she was, 18 to 20 probably. She was tall, shapely, and had beautiful long blonde hair.
She also had a badly receding chin. It was hard to tell, since she walked with her head down and had grown her straight hair so long you couldn’t see her face at all from the side or the front.
Once I was standing next to her in a small store and looking at her out of the corner of my eye, trying to see what she looked it. To this day I don't know.
I asked a dentist about her problem and he said there were operations that would fix it. I hope she got it done, but I was wondering, what kind of parents can afford to send their daughter to college but didn’t start saving when she was little to fix her problem?
She was a perfect example of a girl who needed free plastic surgery.
Years ago I read a newspaper article about a girl who had been born with some kind of deformity on her face. One day she threw a brick through a store window. She got the surgery she needed, but it took a brick and her getting arrested.
I also once saw a TV program about a young women who was born with a badly-constricted lower jaw. She had horrendous splayed teeth, and it was clear she had problems eating. After surgery she was beautiful. I wondered how she felt about the difference in male attention after going from deformed to beautiful. Seems to me she'd had some problems adjusting.
I drove a taxi for five years, and saw a lot of street-walkers and strippers. Unattractive, almost of them. Did they become what they were to get attention, because there was no other way to get it? Or to make money because perhaps they figured there was no other way to make a decent amount of money? Perhaps, yes.
I’ve also noticed some unattractive girls don’t get depressed, but hostile. I can think of two in college who were very hostile toward me, although I treated them as normal girls.
The only reason I can think of for their behavior is that they might have had crushes on me, which they thought I ignored (can’t ignore what you don’t know about) and so responded with that “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.”
I've also noticed that when an attractive girl gets to middle age without husband, home and children, and are no longer popular because guys are no longer asking them out because they are way past their prime, then they get hostile and start blaming their problems on men.
There is a concept known as "mirroring," in which you see yourself in the way people act toward you. You see yourself in their behavior toward you, their comments, their expression.
This is a bit off tropic, but women who are attractive seem to often have difficulty understanding a man's point of view. Imagine the problems a short man has, or a man who isn't good-looking, or one who is shy. Women often despise this men and make fun of them. Men don't do that to women. Instead they just don't ask them out.
So I’ve decided, in the case of women, young unattractive girls should get free plastic surgery. Think of all the hundreds of millions of dollars that will be saved by not using anti-depressants! And the elimination of the hostility! And there won’t be ugly hookers and strippers anymore, so only the good-looking ones will be left!
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, that old saying tells us.
Besides, I have my own selfish reasons for wanting them to get plastic surgery. It’s not like I want to have sex with ugly women! Blech!