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Why do a lot of women go for this type of look.......?

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    (Original post by Aisha~~)
    For christs sake...I was eating.
    Apologies!
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    (Original post by Vikki1805)
    Judge someone in your head, by all means.
    But you did voice it, that's the difference, I think you forget your original post, stating that showing skin makes you an insecure little slut? Who's the one going back on their comments now?

    I'm not contradicting myself at all, I stand by the things I have said. I simply feel that this conversation is leading us nowhere and others were now getting annoyed by it, I already said that I shouldn't have made such a personal comment, but if it's not true, why would you feel so hurt?

    If you really want to continue this conversation you are welcome to inbox me, but I do not want to fill up this thread with our discussion.
    Does this question not define your entire reason for starting this petty argument with me?

    I am hurt because it was entirely irrelevant, ad hominem, unecessary. It added absolutely nothing to your argument other than the fact you felt the need to try and upset me because I was being honest.

    To be perfectly honest, yes, all the girls I know who dress in that manner are a bunch of slappers. They quit education at 16, don't have jobs, are complete 'daddies girls' and go out every weekend, spending their benefits on drink and attempting to pull anything in sight. Maybe that's just my area but from the other comments in the thread, I doubt it very much.

    "It is inevitable that we judge a person by their appearance and thereby stereotype them. When we don't know a person their appearance is the first thing that we have go on. A person who is well dressed will elicit a more favorable response from us than a person who is not well dressed (which is why conmen always try to be well dressed.) A person who wears similar clothing to us will elicit a more favorable response. It is not a flaw in us to do this; it is to be expected in any multi-culture society where we meet so many different people each day and have to make snap judgments all the time. It is only a problem when we are given the opportunity to get to know the person more and fail or refuse to do so because of a prejudicial judgment based on appearance."

    That's someone else's opinion on the matter and I totally agree. It's not like if I had to work with someone who looked different I'd refuse to, or even be nasty to them if they struck conversation. I just wouldn't go upto them and start talking to them. I honestly don't see why that's so wrong. :eek:
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    (Original post by Leighcakes)
    Does this question not define your entire reason for starting this petty argument with me?

    I am hurt because it was entirely irrelevant, ad hominem, unecessary. It added absolutely nothing to your argument other than the fact you felt the need to try and upset me because I was being honest.

    To be perfectly honest, yes, all the girls I know who dress in that manner are a bunch of slappers. They quit education at 16, don't have jobs, are complete 'daddies girls' and go out every weekend, spending their benefits on drink and attempting to pull anything in sight. Maybe that's just my area but from the other comments in the thread, I doubt it very much.

    "It is inevitable that we judge a person by their appearance and thereby stereotype them. When we don't know a person their appearance is the first thing that we have go on. A person who is well dressed will elicit a more favorable response from us than a person who is not well dressed (which is why conmen always try to be well dressed.) A person who wears similar clothing to us will elicit a more favorable response. It is not a flaw in us to do this; it is to be expected in any multi-culture society where we meet so many different people each day and have to make snap judgments all the time. It is only a problem when we are given the opportunity to get to know the person more and fail or refuse to do so because of a prejudicial judgment based on appearance."

    That's someone else's opinion on the matter and I totally agree. It's not like if I had to work with someone who looked different I'd refuse to, or even be nasty to them if they struck conversation. I just wouldn't go upto them and start talking to them. I honestly don't see why that's so wrong. :eek:
    It's judging people on their appearance and changing your attitude and behaviour towards them in accordance. That essentially suggests that you view them as being beneath you, simply because of the way they look.
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    (Original post by lauren_a)
    It's judging people on their appearance and changing your attitude and behaviour towards them in accordance. That essentially suggests that you view them as being beneath you, simply because of the way they look.
    THIS! Lauren gets it.



    (Original post by Leighcakes)
    Does this question not define your entire reason for starting this petty argument with me?

    I am hurt because it was entirely irrelevant, ad hominem, unecessary. It added absolutely nothing to your argument other than the fact you felt the need to try and upset me because I was being honest.

    To be perfectly honest, yes, all the girls I know who dress in that manner are a bunch of slappers. They quit education at 16, don't have jobs, are complete 'daddies girls' and go out every weekend, spending their benefits on drink and attempting to pull anything in sight. Maybe that's just my area but from the other comments in the thread, I doubt it very much.

    "It is inevitable that we judge a person by their appearance and thereby stereotype them. When we don't know a person their appearance is the first thing that we have go on. A person who is well dressed will elicit a more favorable response from us than a person who is not well dressed (which is why conmen always try to be well dressed.) A person who wears similar clothing to us will elicit a more favorable response. It is not a flaw in us to do this; it is to be expected in any multi-culture society where we meet so many different people each day and have to make snap judgments all the time. It is only a problem when we are given the opportunity to get to know the person more and fail or refuse to do so because of a prejudicial judgment based on appearance."

    That's someone else's opinion on the matter and I totally agree. It's not like if I had to work with someone who looked different I'd refuse to, or even be nasty to them if they struck conversation. I just wouldn't go upto them and start talking to them. I honestly don't see why that's so wrong. :eek:
    It's quite unbelievable that you can't see what is wrong with what you are saying. As I previously said, perhaps when you mature a little and get out a bit more, perhaps socialise with people, you will learn not to judge every book by its cover. :rolleyes:

    Also, yes it probably is just your area, seeing as I wear low cut tops, short dresses and love my make-up, perhaps not to the extent in the photos you showed, but I've never claimed JSA, I run my own business and I work part time on weekends, I earn and spend my own money, I'm in a committed relationship, far from a 'Daddies girl.' I like to have an alcoholic drink on a weekend, but far from getting 'hammered.'

    I think this goes to show your judgemental ways don't work, not everyone who wears a low cut top/short dress, likes tan, make-up etc... turns out to be a dumb, blonde, bimbo, living off the tax payers money.

    Going by your logic I doubt I would even be able to hold this discussion, I'd be too thick and uneducated.

    Perhaps take a good, long, hard look in the mirror before you start calling other people insecure and uneducated.
    Your side of this argument really does show just how simple minded and small minded you are.

    Good luck.
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    ^Agreed with the above tbh.

    I like to dress up in short dresses (don't have massive boobs to get out haha) and heels for a night out. I wear make-up, pretty much everyday. I dye my hair all the time. Why would you judge me as a slag for that? I can count the blokes I've slept with on one finger, and I'm perfectly happy with him, just like I have been for the past 2 and a half years.

    I don't fake tan, I'm always going to be stupidly pale, but I don't see why what I wear should mean that I'm automatically a slag? I'm going to a top 15 uni in Sept to study biology, I'm hardly some thick slut tbh.
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    agreed, im not normally keen on the TOWIE look but...
    http://fashionpaparazzis.com/wp-cont.../05/Lucyyy.jpg
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    (Original post by Serentonin)
    ^Agreed with the above tbh.

    I like to dress up in short dresses (don't have massive boobs to get out haha) and heels for a night out. I wear make-up, pretty much everyday. I dye my hair all the time. Why would you judge me as a slag for that? I can count the blokes I've slept with on one finger, and I'm perfectly happy with him, just like I have been for the past 2 and a half years.

    I don't fake tan, I'm always going to be stupidly pale, but I don't see why what I wear should mean that I'm automatically a slag? I'm going to a top 15 uni in Sept to study biology, I'm hardly some thick slut tbh.


    (Original post by Muppet Science)
    agreed, im not normally keen on the TOWIE look but...
    http://fashionpaparazzis.com/wp-cont.../05/Lucyyy.jpg
    Thank you :rolleyes:
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    Girls like to wear whatever gets the most attention. Forever.
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    Men don't dislike girls who wear lots of makeup. They dislike girls who they can tell wear lots of makeup.
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    (Original post by newts2k)
    When I say this look, I mean the fake, TOWIE look? I mean is it cos they think it makes them look good?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...night-out.html

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandsty...-jesus-sinitta

    I mean it must cost a fortune to do and take a hell of a lot of time. Most men (myself included) prefer more natural girls. I mean fair enough if they find it fun but whenever I see girls like this, I stay well away cos they're pretty likely to be shallow and simple (not always) and lack any sophistication. I completely understand why women would use makeup as if well applied it can improve your attractiveness a fair bit but I just cant understand this.
    I honestly don't know. I've seen girls like this and don't understand how they somehow think they look good. I don't wear much make-up because I think it looks best natural or if you are going to wear alot, it's best applied in not obvious way.
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    (Original post by lauren_a)
    It's judging people on their appearance and changing your attitude and behaviour towards them in accordance. That essentially suggests that you view them as being beneath you, simply because of the way they look.
    Beneath me? Not at all, I just think of them as different, not some sort of 'lesser being'.

    It avoids any awkward situations. As stated before, I have nothing in common with these people - why would I randomly strike conversation with them? It's not like if one were pregnant I wouldn't give up my seat on the bus, or if one fell over I wouldn't ask if they were alright. I just tend to avoid them as, from experience, they're nothing like me and it becomes uncomfortable for the both of us.

    I feel more comfortable if I see someone walking around in my favourite bands t-shirt or a look similar to my own. Why? Because we have the same interests. I'd think, 'oh they have awesome taste in music' or 'I wonder if they're going to see them live in London in March'. I don't even think they'd expect me to talk to them. I'm not saying I have some sort of burning hatred for anyone who fake tans and wears tiny clothes, good for them, do what you want, it's just not my cup of tea.
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    (Original post by hannahchan)
    HAHA. ... I see what you did there .
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    (Original post by SpunkyVanDros)
    This would be a question for the Greek philosophers if they were still alive.

    It certainly defeats all common human logic.

    im not philosopher but im Greek,and honest to god im here one year{ almost }and still havent seen any truly beautiful girl around..too average and some of them that have nice bodies are dressed and make up like clowns!
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    To be honest all these ''TOWIE'' looking females wouldn't ever wanna be with me, I definitely wouldn't turn them down though!
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    Dress how you want to be addressed.

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