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Also about beautiful and inside+178It doesn't matter if you're beautiful on the outside. If you're beautiful on the inside you will attract beautiful things and will truly be happy. When you're ugly on the inside, you will attract negative and narcissistic energy's and people. Eventually you will become nothing but a husk that's empty and ignorant to the true beauty the world has to offer. amirite?
Also by ChaChing+14When someone says, "Do you want to know what I think?" Unless they agree with your point of view, you don't want to know. Amirite?
Also by ChaChing+10We switch through 'masks' our whole life, trying to conceal the person within, but when we find that 'mask' we spend the rest of our life looking for the right person who'll care enough to remove it. Amirite?
Also about attractive+405Being funny makes you more attractive. Being attractive makes people pretend like you're funnier, amirite?
Also about spend+513Girls spend months planning her sweet sixteen and she's been planning her dream wedding forever. Guys will spend maybe a few weeks planning his sixteenth birthday and usually goes with what the bride says for the wedding, amirite?
Also about beautiful and inside+22There's nothing worse than being stuck inside on a beautiful day, amirite?
Also by ChaChing+3It's ironic that the word 'great' can have such an opposite meaning. Someone intelligent such as Albert Einstein can be called great, but something as horrific as the bomb in Hiroshima, who ruined many people's can also be called great. Amirite?
Also about beautiful and inside+283The ideal partner is beautiful on the inside and beautiful on the outside. Judging by what we see on Reality T.V, this must mean: beautiful outside with clothes on and beautiful inside with clothes off. amirite?
Also about beautiful, inside, and spend+29Love is, for the most part, a proactive choice. Almost everyone has inner beauty on some level, in the same way someone you love is beautiful to you, so which person actually winds up being as beautiful to you as they are inside mostly depends on who you choose to spend enough time with to discover that beauty. In that regard, there's no right or wrong answer. Whoever you choose to love is an okay person to love, and if you decide to stop loving them, or the other way around, that's rough, but it's still also okay. It's even okay not to choose anyone. The same reasoning applies to friendship.