May 13th 2011 7:31PM Sorry, but I think most people here are missing the point. Why are we as a nation so concerned with what we look like and/or what other people think of what we look like?
If a 250 pound woman feels comfortable wearing a bikini, she should be able to wear it. If we don't think she looks good, we don't have to look. If an 80 year old with wrinkles down to her toes, wants to wear a mini-skirt I say, You go girl! I don't have the guts to do it but that's my own hang-up to deal with. Women should be able to wear whatever they feel comfortable in. Our society spends too much time focusing on what's on the outside instead of what's on the inside.
May 13th 2011 7:02PM Really? And at what age do people finally outgrow the need to tell other people how to live their lives? What do they suggest older women wear to swim in? When I take my grandchildren to the pool should I sit at the edge in my rocker and granny skirt?
The older I get, the more I feel I've earned the right to wear anything I darn well please. If other people don't want to see me in it, they can always choose to look the other way!
Sep 27th 2010 7:44PM Beautiful earrings! It would be awesome to win them and wear them to some of the parties this Christmas!
Jul 1st 2010 9:58PM What I found most interesting in this article was that all the studies referred to in it were conducted with male subjects. Why does the medical community continue to behave as though only men are affected by heart disease?
Jun 26th 2010 10:28AM Why do people feel the need to separate the movie going audience into those who like movies such as Twilight and those who like "intelligent" movies such as Memento?
I happen to like both. I've seen all the Twilight movies, plan on seeing the Eclipse and plan on seeing Inception as well. I also list Memento and Matrix as some of my all-time fav's.
Movies are like reading. Sometimes you want a short fun read that you don't have to think about and sometimes you want something more serious.
Hollywood doesn't give the American audience enough credit. Just because fluff movies do well at the box office does not mean more serious intelligent movies will not do well. Variety IS the spice of life. If you make it we will come.
Jun 25th 2010 10:14PM do you have kids? my kids never wanted mcdonalds for the toys. they wanted it because it had a playscape. "ask any kid" really? just how many did you ask? i know you didn't ask mine!
May 20th 2010 10:19PM not sure i'd like a doll of me but i can think of someone (my granddaughter maybe) whose doll i would like. and i'd love one of the mugshots ones!
Oct 3rd 2007 6:33PM Give me a break. This is advertising at its worst - advertising disguised to look like real news.
Just like those AOL articles where the headline says something like "5 things you need to know about dressing for fall" and when you click to read the article there's no article - it's an online shopping link.
Aug 5th 2007 2:14AM Mojo you're a total idiot. I'd be surprised if you ever got laid at all which explains all the rancor towards women that is evident in that diatribe you call a comment. I am a woman in my 40's. I don't throw myself at younger guys. Although I have dated some I've never made the first move and in fact I prefer men my own age. I don't stay in on a date to avoid being seen, don't own a fun-house mirror, don't buy miracle creams, and wear very little make-up. I'm very happy with my appearance but more importantly I'm happy with who I am as a person. Maybe if you worked on building yourself up without tearing down everyone else you'd be a happier person.
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