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    would you rather being poor but beautiful or rich and really ugly?

    (Original post by Globay)
    would you rather being poor but beautiful or rich and really ugly?
    Being 'poor' is a very difficult thing (not poor as in 'I can't get a new... handbag.. this month'). and okay, being ugly can make your life difficult in some ways and destroy your self esteem but I think being poor is much worse and life would just be a struggle, unless you take advantage of whatever your beauty is and become 'rich' (or marry it..) anyway.

    Rich and really ugly then I'd get plastic surgery, duh!
    Whereas being poor and beautiful is a bad idea because looks fade so you'll be left with no looks and no money
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