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Posted 4/18/11
Well I might be a little vain in the sense that I like looking decent in public. But I usually don't have much of an opinion about how other people look. So in that sense I'm not very vain at all.
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Lauriet wrote:



People with small 'flabs' I can't consider fat, they're still small. I mean 200 pounds (no muscle) obese people. I'm actually surprised you had to ask, since heakthy people are suppose to have some fat on them, just not a megaton of it.


Which one would you be okay with in terms of fatness? You can't really be classified as vain for being honest. Well maybe a little.


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Posted 4/18/11
Vain girls bug the fuck outta me! Most of my friends spend all day doing their make up and talking about the way they look, it really pisses me off! I don't really care about outer beauty as much as inner beauty, so vanity to me is just one of those useless, illogical things that humans push onto themselves. Trying to be healthy and looking good is one thing, but to make it the center of your world is another.
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Posted 4/18/11
I'm not obsessively vain. I do care somewhat what my appearance is because you can't go through life looking like a slob.
Being a little vain isn't a problem, it's when you care so much about your own appearance that if a speck of dirt gets on your shirt you freak out and the whole day is ruined. Stupid idiots like that irritate me. Especially the people who buy new shoes, not dress shoes mind you regular sneakers, and then go on throughout the day saying that they want to keep them spotlessly clean. Now I can understand the want to keep them clean but don't avoid doing things just because you spent $80 on a pair of white sneakers and you have PE outside and the ground is muddy.
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Posted 4/18/11
Yes I'm vain, but I never show it. I don't go around talking about how amazing I think I am and stuff. But inside my head.........if you only knew.
Posted 4/18/11
Instead of focusing on your physicality, look at your mentality first. The human body is an incredible machine, and its willing to change if you don't like it, your mind is the switch and you just gotta make it happen. Sounds simple but it takes time and extraordinary willpower.

I have a great body, unusual eyes which is a blessing and I look after myself. Nothing wrong with being healthy and happy.
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Yeah sure I'm vain, there are things about myself be it looks or personality that I like and I don't find anything wrong with looking presentable. Everyone needs a bit of selflove, otherwise we would just be a mass of insecurity and that's certainly not too good for ones psyche. It's just a matter of being honest enough with yourself to admit it.
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Posted 4/18/11
No.
But I can be sometimes.
Posted 4/18/11
I'm vain, but not overly vain or anything. I don't really care about how I look, well I kind of care, but I don't overly obsess over it. I rather feel comfortable and such then stress over every little thing about myself for then that would take away the fun in life if I were to stress on such little things. I suppose everyone is a bit vain though, since we tend to want to attract attention from others, in a positive way.
Posted 4/19/11
ok this is the night where i just discovered what is 'vain' haha lol



i'm just fed up.

Posted 4/19/11
What annoys me is when people compliment me on my appearance and when I say "Thank you" or "I know, it took ages" they think I'm self centered and vain. Well don't pay the compliment if you don't want me to be grateful for it. Maybe I don't want to be stupid and complain like "Oh shut up no I don't look good, I'm so fat boo hoo" when I know I do look good. Skinny girls who call themselves fat are actually really vain and self centered because its an insult for people who are genuinely uncomfortable with their weight, and I don't want to be like those girls. They do my head in.
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33 / M / So Cali, OC
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Posted 4/19/11
I dont think there is anything wrong with trying to look your best but if your going around acting like your the shit you needa get smacked!
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Posted 4/19/11 , edited 4/19/11
Not at all, simply don't give a fuck about it.
I know who I am, and that is enough.


Chained_Angel wrote:

What annoys me is when people compliment me on my appearance and when I say "Thank you" or "I know, it took ages" they think I'm self centered and vain. Well don't pay the compliment if you don't want me to be grateful for it. Maybe I don't want to be stupid and complain like "Oh shut up no I don't look good, I'm so fat boo hoo" when I know I do look good.


You consider yourself as good looking?


Chained_Angel wrote:

Skinny girls who call themselves fat are actually really vain and self centered because its an insult for people who are genuinely uncomfortable with their weight, and I don't want to be like those girls. They do my head in.


1. Disagree, it's called Humility.
2. If a person is uncomfortable with his/her weight it is his/her own fault because for
a) not working out.
b) having a bad diet.
c) (maybe) being Gluttony.
+ 50 more reasons I could list up.
3. People who are overweight due to being ill / having genetic problems are, of course, another issue.
Posted 4/19/11
Sometimes :$ You just can't help it, yenno? I'm only "self-centered" when I'm going to a special occasion. Prom, for example. You can't go to prom looking like horse poo, can you?
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