Can a girl be too pretty for her own good?

Can a girl be too pretty for her own good?

Submit.to.daddy Submit.to.daddy
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So me and my girlfriend just broke up. I really do love and care about her but she can't possibly feel the same. I work, I pay the bills, I don't ask her for nothing and she just doesn't appreciate nothing I do and acts like I owe her something. She's very pretty but in high school she was drop dead gorgeous. Everybody gave her what she wanted because she's pretty and now she just expects it is the only thing I can think of. What are yalls opinions?
Mar 7, 3:57 pm
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Originally posted by Submit.to.daddy
So me and my girlfriend just broke up. I really do love and care about her but she can't possibly feel the same. I work, I pay the bills, I don't ask her for nothing and she just doesn't appreciate nothing I do and acts like I owe her ...
Yes, I would say so. I'm a girl watcher from way back when. Even had a gf in 3nd grade.

Anyway seen and know many too pretty girls. And seen issues in there life.

However, that's not just true for females. Males can have the same problem.
Mar 8, 3:34 pm
GingerMeggie GingerMeggie
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Originally posted by Submit.to.daddy
So me and my girlfriend just broke up. I really do love and care about her but she can't possibly feel the same. I work, I pay the bills, I don't ask her for nothing and she just doesn't appreciate nothing I do and acts like I owe her ...
I think most females like this are worse than the males. The males like this can be bad but it seems like there are less of them and you can also eventually get them to be real around you cuz underneath the man-pretty, theyre still just guys and they are more laid back. Women are insecure and even when they know they are pretty, they will still fish for compliments to constantly be reminded and still try to feed on peoples attention. Most men don't think much of being very attractive and don't seem to notice or care if they are and it seems to me, regardless of what they look like someone will always want them or love them. I was never very pretty in school and I was kind of a creepy goth kid. I was really weird and other than when I did makeup like a corpse, I was average or plain at best. The only reason I am semi comfortable in lingerie around my boyfriend is cuz he is empty like me and I know hes not looking for my ugly cuz hes not looking for my pretty either. rotfl females are definitely worse in my opinion though. Females will use it to get anything they can, the males usually just use it to get laid. As long as a girl can recognize this in a man, we just call him a fuckboi and don't look for anything better from him than one night stands and dirty jokes.
Mar 8, 5:23 pm
Lena Eden Lena Eden
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Originally posted by GingerMeggie
I think most females like this are worse than the males. The males like this can be bad but it seems like there are less of them and you can also eventually get them to be real around you cuz underneath the man-pretty, theyre still just guys and they ...
Do you mean handsome men are not as selfish as gorgeous ladies?

Well, in my opinion, it's more complicated to be beautiful in a female body than in the male one. Has anyone seen Malena with Monica Bellucci?
Mar 9, 9:47 am
Lvstoplay Lvstoplay
I don't think either sex is honestly worse when it comes to this, they simply display it differently. I also do not believe that one can be too attractive - it's ones personality that can cause issues, not how attractive one is.
Mar 9, 2:21 pm
GingerMeggie GingerMeggie
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Originally posted by Lena Eden
Do you mean handsome men are not as selfish as gorgeous ladies?

Well, in my opinion, it's more complicated to be beautiful in a female body than in the male one. Has anyone seen Malena with Monica Bellucci?
Yes and no or yes but not exactly. I mean that in my opinion, from what little I have seen of the world, it takes much less for a male to be considered attractive, yet most men including more attractive ones, do not really care much. Some do but in my opinion it seems most don't. At this point, it seems like it takes more work every passing year to meet a standard of beauty as a woman. I was mostly raised by guys/brothers. I did not have strong lady influences teaching me how to do hair and makeup at a young age. The sister I was closest to was sort of 80s goth so that's probably part of why I liked that and that was also all I really knew. By todays standard, I am way behind the rest of the world. I can dress professionally for any job I keep etc but I generally don't waste much time in the hair and makeup area: in my opinion these fake representations of skin and hair are beautiful but they don't fix real ugly. I have had times in my life where I tried to use makeup. I did like the effect of it but did not like how it made me feel: I disliked the stark contrast of the flawless appearance in comparison to my own real skin and was starting to not be able to leave the house without makeup on even for the dumbest simplest things. A little makeup to work or on a day/night out is ok sometimes but I am not very good at using it and I can't live in a mask every day. Yes I believe there are wonderfully kind and flawlessly physically beautiful women all over. I just think that some of them realize that they can fall back on their outer beauty and they use it to walk all over people more than men do. But this is only an opinion.
Mar 9, 4:09 pm
GingerMeggie GingerMeggie
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Originally posted by Lvstoplay
I don't think either sex is honestly worse when it comes to this, they simply display it differently. I also do not believe that one can be too attractive - it's ones personality that can cause issues, not how attractive one is.
I do agree with you that it is ultimately the personality behind the man, woman or mask that can cause issues. But to me there is something irritating about people that are too attractive. I would rather sit across from an average looking person than a stereotypically pretty person at a meeting etc. I am weird and its just more comfortable. The more pretty someone appears to me I just wanna mess their stuff up and make them look like a real human being "stop being so pretty you don't wake up like this! What are you posturing for?!" Of course its not socially acceptable to treat people this way so I don't but it goes on in my mind.
Mar 9, 4:30 pm
Vnessa Vnessa
I believe it's how someone caries themselves and how they handle their beauty that separates them from others. I've known beautiful people who are incredibly shallow and selfish, thinking of nobody other then themselves. Then, I have dear friends who are so compassionate and loving, who are Co-Chairs to some well known charities in our area, who would give you the very shirt off their back.

There will always be those with a sense of entitlement. It doesn't necessarily have to have anything to do with their looks. It's just who they are as a person. I don't feel that being attractive should be an automatic 'free pass' to act like a self serving ass lol.

It sounds to me like she was never taught manners. She takes people for granted and has no understanding of what it means to treat those around her with respect. There is definitely a sense of entitlement and that could simply be from the way she was raised.
Mar 12, 10:21 pm
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