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Do you agree that all social problems are caused by ugliness? watch

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    Basically, if you have a problem socially, whatever it maybe, it's because you're (f)ugly. A social problem is defined as failure to successfully engage in expected social transactions in the presence of at least one person other than yourself.

    Everyone, including attractive people may have personal problems, but only ugly people have social problems.

    Agree?
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    Yes, definitely. This thread isn't at all a product of loser-on-internet at 1am, is it?
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    No.
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    lolno
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    Don't worry man, just be comfortable in you're own skin your gonna be stuck in it for the rest of your life anyway.

    But if you can afford plastic surgery then go for it.
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    What about people who are ugly on the inside, shallow people... You know, like a good fifty percent of tsr
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    (Original post by Aconite)
    This thread isn't at all a product of loser-on-internet at 1am, is it?
    Not at all.
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    I've seen many ugly guys with fit girls and a few good looking guys looking down and out. Goes to show, your thread is invalid and has just been rendered unworthy of continuation.
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    No
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    lol you have no idea
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    What about people who are ugly on the inside, shallow people... You know, like a good fifty percent of tsr
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    Completely wrong.
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    Yeah definitley wrong. I do think its stemmed from people thinking they're ugly. But that doesnt necessarily mean they are. They just think they are.
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    It has nothing to do with being fugly mate.. If you fail socially. You should improvise
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    not one bit. there are good looking guys/girls that have loads of social problems.
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    directly? No.
    indirectly? Yes.

    What I mean is, people who think of themselves as ugly (even if they aren't) have low confidence so don't socialise that much. But their ugliness isn'tthe problem. Nobody is not going to talk to someone because they're ugly (unless they're horrible and not worth talking to anyway). It's the issues related to ugliness in people's heads that make them unsociable.
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    If you think you're ugly, you're not confident. Simplez.
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    completely disagree - surely you've seen the odd good looking/cute person who is really shy??? i know looooooooooads!
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    Actually tbh, to an extent this is true. Most good looking people are confident and do not have much problems, probably because of the way people have always treated them and also because they might know they are attractive and so it makes them more confident.

    Most social outcasts are what we would consider to be ugly. If they were better looking I doubt they would have as much problems.

    But it's still a fact whether we like it or not, the people who do not have any friends, are social retards, weird, freaks, etc., are almost exclusively ugly. Being a bit shy with new people is different though, everyone can be shy doesn't matter if they are pretty or not and I think that has nothing to do with how you look.
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    sadly, I think so.

    Social awkwardness stems from a lack of confidence. I believe confidence comes from being accepted by people, which is more likely to happen if you're attractive.

    Of course there are exceptions to this.
 
 
 
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