Thursday, December 25, 2008


"I'm tired of all this nonsense about beauty being only skin-deep. That's deep enough. What do you want, an adorable pancreas?" - Jean Kerr

Funny indeed. "Adorable pancreas" - that's too much. There may be lively liver, gorgeous glands, terrific @#$@#$, beautiful @#@s, colorful !@#@ etc. So, it's enough that beauty is skin deep.

"Beauty is skin deep. But, ugliness goes deep down to bones."

"Beauty is in the eyes of the beer holder." (meaning after a couple of beers, your definition of beauty may change.)

"Beauty like contact lens is in the eye of the beholder."

Beauty - subjective. Are there universally beautiful entities? May be - super models, breath taking sceneries etc. - I think everyone will acknowledge these as beautiful.

Can everyone be beautiful? Yes - at least all parents find their children beautiful. They may even make it up.

Is beauty helpful? You bet. "First impression is the last impression." for most people. So, people who are easy on eyes seem to make better first impressions. It's different story afterwards when their not-so-beautiful attributes start showing up.

Can beauty and brains exist together? For sure. Seen many such people. Can beauty and modesty exist together? May be. Is it too hard for beautiful people when they lose physical beauty? Yes, if they do not understand the natural aging process. Sensible people age so gracefully that they look beautiful in any way.

Can anyone increase their beauty? Why not? - market is full of beautification aids. Individual mileage may vary.

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