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Old 06-11-2007, 08:34 AM   #81
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I don't think it's quite fair to generalize, stlrtruck. I can't speak for the other ladies here, but personally, I wear very little makeup and always have. I have great skin that I've taken care of for a lot of years and see no need to clog up my pores or cover up what God gave me to work with. The way I look at it, the best way to a man's heart is by just being yourself (or in the alternative, by just surrendering the freakin' remote!)
You're right the generalization was wrong (and I apologize for that) but my point was more to the case that women, not all but most, tend to think that a man will be more attracted to them if they apply make up, or dress a certain way.

IMHO, if you truly WANT a man to be yours, then it will happen when you are yourself from the inside out. Let him see the true you with your words and actions not some $90 dress off the racks and $150 worth of makeup.

Now don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that the women don't look good when they do all that stuff, it usually becomes a distraction from the real them - at least for the men that are looking at them.
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Old 06-11-2007, 08:36 AM   #82
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And guys, I could make a list a mile long of all the things males are insufficient at...... However, I love ya all and wouldn't even do that
Besides, it's late and I don't have that kind of time....LOL
Now why would you do that?

You know we don't listen
We'll just say you are nagging.
And I've already got one woman doing that (LOL)
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Old 06-11-2007, 12:49 PM   #83
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Now why would you do that?

You know we don't listen
We'll just say you are nagging.
And I've already got one woman doing that (LOL)
My thoughts exactly...... LOL
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Old 06-11-2007, 01:07 PM   #84
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IMHO, if you truly WANT a man to be yours, then it will happen when you are yourself from the inside out. Let him see the true you with your words and actions not some $90 dress off the racks and $150 worth of makeup.

Now don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that the women don't look good when they do all that stuff, it usually becomes a distraction from the real them - at least for the men that are looking at them.
Glad you got my point.

I think most women like to look and feel feminine (other than the butches - LOL!) and we all have different thoughts on what makes us feel that way. Though I love my blue jeans and cutoffs, I much prefer to wear a skirt, a suit or a dress and a pair of heels, but that's just me. I won't leave my house looking raggedy or disheveled even if just going to the store and that isn't to impress anyone. It is just me being ME and feeling comfortable within myself. If some women like to paint their faces with makeup and dress to the nines, I see nothing wrong with it if that it what makes them feel good about themselves. I don't believe that a woman doing what makes her feel comfortable changes who she is on the inside.
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Old 06-11-2007, 01:29 PM   #85
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Glad you got my point.

I think most women like to look and feel feminine (other than the butches - LOL!) and we all have different thoughts on what makes us feel that way. Though I love my blue jeans and cutoffs, I much prefer to wear a skirt, a suit or a dress and a pair of heels, but that's just me. I won't leave my house looking raggedy or disheveled even if just going to the store and that isn't to impress anyone. It is just me being ME and feeling comfortable within myself. If some women like to paint their faces with makeup and dress to the nines, I see nothing wrong with it if that it what makes them feel good about themselves. I don't believe that a woman doing what makes her feel comfortable changes who she is on the inside.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying there is nothing wrong with painting faces and dressing to the nines. My point being is that a "real" man will see the beauty within regardless of what you put on the outside.

I mean I love it when my wife dresses up and looks nice, and she doesn't wear a lot of make up. However, I see the beauty in my wife when she smiles. Of course it probably would be nice if the men recognized the natural beauty of a woman rather than only saying something when she's painted up and dolled up.

I've just met a lot of women who would rather "pretend" who they are, then be who they are.

I belive it is possible for a woman to dress to the nines and represent herself in a more compelling fashion, rather than one that all it does is turn the heads of the male "dogs". Now I hope I didn't screw up my point.

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Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying there is nothing wrong with painting faces and dressing to the nines. My point being is that a "real" man will see the beauty within regardless of what you put on the outside.

I mean I love it when my wife dresses up and looks nice, and she doesn't wear a lot of make up. However, I see the beauty in my wife when she smiles. Of course it probably would be nice if the men recognized the natural beauty of a woman rather than only saying something when she's painted up and dolled up.

I've just met a lot of women who would rather "pretend" who they are, then be who they are.

I belive it is possible for a woman to dress to the nines and represent herself in a more compelling fashion, rather than one that all it does is turn the heads of the male "dogs". Now I hope I didn't screw up my point.


You said everything just fine my dear. I couldn't have said it any better.....
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a man just needs to be able to retreat into his "cave"
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Myspace was originally 18+ and you had to verify your age via credit card to get an account.I really wish they'd go back to that because I am sick of friend requests and instant messages from 14 year olds.I don't wanna catch a case.
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