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Old 10-25-2013, 06:05 PM
 
Location: Pa
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No, you gotta' work it!
Just like what Missy Eliot said.
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Old 11-02-2013, 06:51 AM
 
Location: Norfolk, VA
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I think Sara Jessica Parker is an example of someone who is far from a classic beauty yet has the "It" factor big time...
Absolutely. I still don't see what is so big about SJP. Same for Beyonce.
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Old 11-02-2013, 10:09 AM
 
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You're lieing to your self or to me or both. I am a female and I know what I'm talking about. You preen more for eachother than anyone else. You want to turn the heads of the cutest guy, it's the challange, you want to outdo eachother. Guys don't give a damn what brand shoes you have on, or how much your jewelry cost, or how fashionable you are. They either like what they see or they don't. They want to sleep with you or they don't. That does not mean they want to buy the package and pay for all that crap so you can outdo your girly friends and prance around like your somethin special. It means nothing! You will attract people that are just as shallow and self-centered as you are. Such a waste. Meanwhile your mind turns to mush.
LOL no kidding I don't any guy who knows what brand of shoe (my husband doesn't know what a Manolo Blanik or whatever is, LMAO!) you wear or purse you carry, LMAO. Does any guy care what you spend on your jeans? Hell no. I think women just like that stuff for themselves, too. They feel good spending a lot and wearing pricey things. They like models and celebs, so they get to feel like one, too. It makes them feel pretty or important. I don't get it, I wear inexpensive things, I'm frugal, I don't care. I'd rather have money in the bank than wear it.

I think it's all in how you treat others and carry yourself. I always got attention from guys in how I treated them, how I took an interest in what they said, how I joked and laughed with them. I had girlfriends who only talked to guys based on if they looked a certain way or what car they drove. You'd be surprised at how long of a way that goes, not being stuck-up, just smiling, having a good sense of humor, and being genuine.
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