What is the link between a refrigerator and a seductively looking, scarcely dressed lady? Men! I guess a chilled drink improves the capacity to get down low. I am still waiting on the time when women will arise to fight against such misrepresentation of the female. Or is it Fee-male? It feels more like the latter when you consider that you are more likely to get a job if your outward appearance titillates the visual organs. I have shared this before about a time when I walked in to a particular branch of a bank, located in a busy and exclusive part of the city. I couldn’t find one female who looks like me. They were all tall, fair, straight legs, curved hips, and the likes. Oh yes! I did take a passive moment to observe these specimens. It was not until I left that I gave it a serious thought. I saw this picture on http://www.everyday-economist.com/ and just thought to share it.
Continued from part 1…
4. Where have you kept you character, get it back. It’s important that you understand the place character holds in identifying the true beauty of a woman. After all the glossy finishing and the extreme makeovers (Salon or home edition), it boils down to your antecedents and general deportment. It ranges from appearance to utterance and from poise to style. I wrote something about appearance a while ago all because I was very concerned about the way a lot of young women these days display flesh beyond measure. I thought certain things were yours to conceal and reveal to the right party and not for public consumption. But it seems the word caution and moderation has exited our social windows and pretty damsels are on the loose to exhibit flesh on the chest and on the thighs. Babe, that says too much about you and a onetime impression that is pretty hard to erase from the memory. The moment you leave your house with such skimpy stuff, you have already condemned your choice of men to a select hungry hyenas seeking for you to feast on. Besides what’s worse is that you give men more reasons to perceive women as a sex thing rather than a person to be respected.