There are several thoughts that I had after reading this post.
|from FASHION BY HE|
I'M NOT WORTHYYYYYY
But at the risk of sounding like I'm fishing for forced compliments, I'll move past the all-too-expected refutal of praise.
If this were true,
why am I chronically single?
No, seriously. Chronically so.
It's a well-known fact by those closest to me that the nearest thing I've had to a real adult relationship is a few awkward dates with boys I don't really like but attempt to please due to a chronic need for external approval.
If I were hot, this wouldn't be the case.
Soo.. where does that leave us?
Why, yes. Thanks for asking.
Confused as to why, on the internet, a celeb male blogger may find me worthy of a blog feature on "hotness",
while in real life, I struggle with confronting that one semi-attractive bar tender at the place next to my work who most definitely thinks I'm super creepy and stare-y but at whom I continue to stare regardless.
Does internet hotness just =
long hair & high heels?
And what does "fashion" have to do with it?
Or is it an ability to fearlessly own our own style that attracts the opposite sex?
Can confidence override any physical flaw (my hobbit fingers, alien pinky toe, etc, etc) or any act of sartorial strangeness (everything I've ever worn ever),
or are there certain external qualities that even the most outright showing of confidence can't override?
Are "hot" & "attractive"
even the same thing??