You Should Probably Feel Sorry For the Pretty Girl

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You’re so vain, you probly think this post is about you. Well…

If you’re pretty and you know it, clap your hands!

Now hold on, before you get all defensive and scroll to the bottom to comment, I am talking about pretty girls. I am NOT talking about the girls that feel entitled to be first, get something for nothing, or look down on you because you’re not them. FUCK those girls.

I am talking about the rad chicks. The girls that are just as pretty as the mean girls, but don’t put themselves in that category, either because they don’t know they are that pretty, or they don’t want to be associated with those other girls. These girls walk with confidence, without being self-centered. They love themselves, but no more than they love those close to them.

These girls sound great! Why should I feel sorry for them??? I know, right..

You see these girls and they are constantly being talked to, or they are the ones sitting off by themselves and not talking to anyone. Let me tell you, the people coming up and talking to them are probably talking about the shape of their body, how big their eyes are, how sexy their lips are, or how  good they look in the color they’re wearing. No one is asking them what they did that day, if they have read anything interesting lately, are they excited about the upcoming football season, let alone their views on politics and world events. If the girl is off not talking to anyone, she’s probably shy! She gets read as stuck up though.

You see them get approached by someone, only to see that someone turn around and walk away, quickly. Now they are automatically labeled as unapproachable. However, she’s not getting approached by most nice men, and just about all women. Nice guys think she’s intimidating and don’t want to get shot down, and girls don’t want to be made to feel bad about themselves. So there she sits, by herself, not talking to anyone.

A girl of few words is tired of no one listening to her ideas, so she choses not to express them unless with very close friends. People too often assume that the pretty girl has nothing to offer the conversation if it’s serious. It would just be over her head. It’s no wonder she remains quiet and just takes it all in!

One important point that needs to be made is that the pretty girl is human too. She’s got the same emotions and insecurities that you do, but, for some reason, there are people out there that do not realize this, and are willing to say whatever is on their mind to pretty women. “Wow! You look tired!” “Is that a pimple on your face? It’s so big!” “You look like you’re not feeling well today.” I don’t care who you are, this doesn’t feel good to hear! Somehow, the pretty girl can handle hearing it though? She needs to be told when she’s not at her best?

To sum this up in short with an old saying, don’t judge a book by it’s cover. Let’s make a point to not let our insecurities affect how we treat other people. Don’t hold back from showing kindness because some girl might not appreciate it. If you have a kind heart, share it with everyone! Especially the pretty girls.

Author: lilbitreal

This blog is my outlet. I'm here to speak my mind about what I see going on in the world, my world. I don't like sugar coating, so don't expect any of that here, folks. Just trying to keep it real.

2 thoughts on “You Should Probably Feel Sorry For the Pretty Girl”

  1. Congrats on a great first blog post. I have had this same conversation with so many people. Although I don’t see myself as one of the pretty girls, I also know I am not bad looking. But I have had a lot of those same things happen to me, where I am assumed to be one way, without being given the opportunity to prove otherwise. And I rarely get approached by men while I am out, for whatever reason, which is a hard pill to swallow! You rock my socks for writing this and letting it be heard! xoxo

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    1. Well Kristen, you are precisely one of the girls I’m talking about!
      Thanks for the feedback. There’ll be more blogs coming soon, hopefully you enjoy them just as much. ❤️

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