Pronunciation: \ˈshī\ trə-ˌvərt\
1 : one whose personality is characterized by both shyness (anxiety and inhibition in social situations); and introversion (the need for solitude in order to recharge and stay mentally healthy).
saw an article on Daily Mail where the commenters were raving about a
Victoria's Secret model that had the AUDACITY
to cut her hair short.She's a perfectly lovely young woman
and probably would be with a buzz cut, but some of these nut balls were saying
she wasn't sexy with her hair in an adorable bob.WTF?I
guess these are the same people who claim that Kim
K. is a fat ass.LOL.Right.
If short hair
is so unsexy, how in the hell do you
explain Halle Berry?She is not some
exception either. There's the young Mia
Farrow and the cute-as-she-wants-to-be Ms. Cameron
Forest Gump, sexy is as sexy does.Hair is just a small part of the sexy.Sexy is the totality of the woman and that
even includes her facial beauty and figure.It's her comportment, voice, fashion sense – all of that plus that element
of je ne sais quoi that makes a woman sexy.Ask any man or lesbian,they'll tell you.
If you think this isn't sexy, get to an emergency room, fast.
You're very, ill
Take a woman
like Jennifer Aniston, not a classic
beauty by any means, but inexplicably pretty.If I were to take her apart, her face anyway,
the beauty is hard to add up.She has a
huge jaw, a weird nose, her eyes even seem a little close together, but the
totality of her - glowing skin, vibrant blue eyes, and her fit, slender (but
not too slender) body with its pleasant curvaciousness – well, it's no wonder
she caught Brad Pitt's eye and is considered sexy well into her 40s.
Would Ms. Aniston be as fetching with
shorter hair?Possibly; who can say for sure? My point is
nobody can say that short hair on every single woman is not sexy.Maybe on some women it isn't, butI can
definitely say that not every woman is
automatically sexy with longer hair.
I will say
this, there exists a strong cultural
bias toward long hair on women (as well as short hair on men).Fortunately, as with many things in life,
what we take for granted as the natural order of things isn't always so - nor
should it be.
Extroverts think and say the weirdest things about introverts when
they're among themselves. Sometimes what they say moves from the odd to the downright
nasty and mean.A lot of extroverts
assume if you don't talk much that you don't like them, you're stuck up, you're
unfriendly.All of these conclusions
from you not saying a damn thing one way or the other.Basically, if you're not fawning all over an
extrovert like an overactive pup, well, you're just a big old nasty
My husband has this syndrome really bad. He'll say of a grocery
clerk who is all about business, not much banter, not nasty at all that
"they're not that nice are they?"I'm like, "Well, nobody has to fall all over me with small
talk.They're not rude, they're just not
outgoing."But to not be outgoing
in the extroverted world is to be rude. To me that's weird.
Believe it or not, one can be polite and personable without
turning on all syrupy, fake charm.I
truly believe that a lot of extroverts are faking that sh* too; it's
manipulative. It's sociopathic.I figure
this is why it's so easy to take advantage of an extroverted person.All you have to do is pour on the charm and
they'll eat it up.I'm just the
opposite.The more charming you are, the
more I distrust you.
Those people who jump in your face right away all friendly like
and who barely know you often can't be trusted at all.Usually I can tell when that type of behavior
comes from a sincere place, but a lot of times it’s a way of trying to
manipulate you or a way for that person to mask their own insecurities.Whatever it is, I can't stand it.Back the hell up, happy camper!Nobody's that sunny without an agenda.
What do you think?Am I
just a hater and a meanie or do super ebullient extroverts have issues?