are you hating on them cause you're ulgy and could never look like a barbie doll?<br />
at least these people care about how they look and spend time on themselves<br />
face it>we live in a visual society
Thats not a "fake" person, that's just people who wear to much tan, fake nail's ect, who cares? They probaly think people who don't look like that need to put more effort into their appearance
If your meaning FAKE as on ep (multiple identies} mainly because they are sad, sick, individuals, who prey on the vurenarable, just like they did with my friend, and who stiil mail her, trying to convince her of their innocence...It wont work...they have been well sussed....<br />
And just in case you are reading this, you little transgendered goody goody' I stick to my promise.....<br />
LEAVE HER ALONE or I won't hesitate in naming "you" and the rest of your fake identities......Saddo
because society, tv ads, movies.. all that we are surrounded by, says we need to look, act and be a certain way.. shape, size in order to be accepted and loved. So we starve ourselves, throw up, tan ourselves to the point of skin cancer, we spend thousands on "cosmetics" to make ourselves appear to be what society says we need to be.
LMAO, wasn't there a line in the Movie "Mrs Robnison"..... "Plastics, My Boy..." Everyone has right on how they want to look--its their thing. I find it as part of the human condition. We need to feel good about ouselves and yes some do get carried away but we all do it in some form or manner--I include myself as well. I do agree in being genuine as well but that must come from the heart, all the rest is just really cosmetic.
THey are too afraid to show who they really are so they hide behind their facade and try to become someone that they think society wants
I know it's the general idea that looking "fake" and trying to look like Barbie dolls is a bad thing. But is it really that terrible if it boosts people's self esteems and helps lift one of the many insecurities people have these days? Of course, feeling comfortable in your own skin is the purest and healthiest form of confidence you can have when it comes to appearance but what if someone just isn't strong enough to achieve that? Should they sit back and just feel bad about themselves?
Why do we put on clothes and don't run around naked? Because we all have insecurities. Once people reach a certain age, shame becomes engraved. Some people overcome certain aspects of shame, and others do not. It all depends on health, comfort, impression, art, influence, self-esteem, so many different variables.
Because for some people it is easier to be fake then to face who they truly are and possibly not be liked by others.
Money. It's all about the money, honey.
Why doe's that bother You? Putting on make-up, dyeing their hair, Tanning, is who they are, and who they <br />
want to be. Live and let live...
There are a zillion reasons people try to be what they aren't. Or try to appear better than they are. The examples that you list are just a tiny example. Young people want to look older. Older people want to look younger. People want to look successful, more sexual, thin, powerful, wealthy.... everyone is in competition with everyone else it seems. And all are trying to get as close as possible to that perfect image. <br />
You generally find this with people who feel they have never been truly loved for who they are. But you also find it among people who simply want to be pleased by what they see in the mirror. It is a rare person who can face life without such concerns.