Sunday, January 26, 2014


Sorry for the lack of blog content as of late. I'm still getting that together. But in the meantime, I'd like to put out an important message regarding something in society that has bugged me forever.

You see these gals? Most of these ladies have sparked many a heated argument among guys (and perhaps a few girls too) about how attractive or "hot" they were - or weren't. Some would consider one to be sexy, while others would say "No, she's not hot at all! She's plain and fugly! U WRONG!" Really, that is never something someone should ever say, and there are two reasons for this. One 
is that looks are not everything when it comes to a person and their profession, obviously. And the second is that one cannot state "she's totally hot" or "she's totally not hot" or even "she's plain and fugly" as if it were inarguable, undeniable fact and that the person who thought otherwise was dumb. Because what might not be perceived as attractive to  one person might be perceived as attractive to another. It's all a matter of point of view. This is an age old saying that many forget the value of...

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder!

And no, I'm not going to say who I perceive as attractive or not. I'm just here to put out this PSA, so that the next time you insist that someone is totally not hot and not at all beautiful or attractive, just remember that in another world and reality, THIS is the standard of beauty and sexiness: 

Actually, that's not so bad. Why can't our stars look more like that? 

It's "The TWILIGHT Zone"! Get it?

Jennifer Lawrence approves! 


  1. Wow, that's alot of women who ALL look pretty damn good to me! The controversy is beyond stupid.

    1. IKR? Sometimes opinions on the woman as a person gets in the way of people's perception of their looks (like what happens with Megan Fox.) Now there are some there that I don't care for as people and I don't feel attracted to (like Paris Hilton with her wanky eye or Kim "the Hobbit" Kardashian), but I wouldn't find them too good looking even if they were good people. I judge while taking their actual characters out of it.