And, no, Will, I’m certain we’ve never met. I am naturally a brunette.
I only asked if you were “naturally” a red head because the first photo showed you with red hair, and the woman I seem to remember meeting was, in fact, a brunette
At any rate, I still can’t put my finger on where and when, but I’m almost certain we’ve met. I forget names, but I hardly ever forget faces.
Of course all human beings notice physical attractiveness, and it’s unrealistic to pretend it doesn’t affect how we regard each other. There was just recently a great example of this from Britain’s version of American Idol:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lp0IWv8QZY
Based on nothing more than her dowdy appearance, the judges and audience were certain she was going to be a dud, and laughed at her aspirations. And then she opened her mouth. For all the people on this planet who have had to suffer from being judged and belittled due to nothing more than their looks, I wanted to shout: YOU GO GIRL!
I just watched this clip for the first time.
You and everyone else who got sucked in by this slick marketing ploy deserve every trick ever played on you.
Doesn’t the production of this little so-called “viral video” strike you as just a bit too well-packaged?
Again: HELLO! Common sense calling!
How is it that I, the stupid, gullible, believing Mormon, can see right through this faux “ugly duckling” set up, and you supposedly “open-eyed” intellectually liberated exmormons have bought into it hook, line, and sinker?
This is just another example of my assertion that when apostates walk out the chapel door, they leave their irony sensor behind.
Folks, if you believe this is anything other than a cleverly crafted ploy, I’ve got a Mormon bishop with a Ponzi scheme I’d like you to meet …