JLBB wrote: ↑
1 year ago
She's such a fucking THOT though I just want to slap her in the face and choke her. I hate white girls like this, she looks too retarded to be attractive.
Ariana Grande is not white. I'm beginning to worry about your eyesight.
EvilLocks wrote: ↑
1 year ago
I would say most women peak between 16-21 years old, but those who have great genetics and maintain a healthy lifestyle can carry most of their beauty well into their 30s or in rare cases even 40s.
I'd hardly say that's "rare". My grandmother just turned 70, and most think she's in her late 40s at worst.
I mean, maybe TODAY people looking good beyond youth is rare, but that's only because of the massive drop in beauty standards, rise in gluttony and soy, etc in the last 20 years. There's a reason most of the people being brought up here are celebrities from decades ago.
Chris Hemsworth is obviously blessed with good, Aryan genes, but that would matter little if it weren't for his voice, being jacked, and other traditionally masculine traits he embodies well. There are still plenty of men with the former, but not much of the latter.
Young Brooke shields was beautiful, but she was basically the quintessential 70s/80s girl. She looked like most girls you'd find in 80s teen movies, hair-metal music videos, playboy centerfolds, and many American highschool yearbook photos. @Hairblues
was easily as attractive; and she still looks great.
What I'm getting at is: There's nothing actually special
about any of the people we're sharing here. Sure, they had a good starting hand in life, but I definitely think its the masculinity/femininity of these people that we like.
A larger amount of men than ever before can't lift anything much heavier than an Xbox controller. More women than ever before would prefer to ruin themselves on fast food, tanning and binge drinking or wearing pajama pants than the classy hair, dresses and make up of yore; that's not counting how many have opted to become feminist dykes and future catladies. Is it any wonder why so many go to shit after 25 now? A lot of people are simply not capitalizing on their potential.
The younger generations are rejecting this complacency more and more, which is why I'm betting we'll be seeing more "Young Brooke Shields'" and the like in the future.