I’ve told my mom, my brothers, counselors, and others that my face is messed up. It’s asymmetrical. I know that I am ugly. One of my college classmates told me that I was one of the ugliest people she’s ever seen. (She wasn’t very pretty herself).
Why am I bringing this up here and now? Because I had commented on a wrestling message board yesterday. I said something to the effect that one of the developmental talents, who is being considered for a main roster spot with the WWE, looks like hell and should hit the gym more often. Someone responded to my comment, saying that I should get plastic surgery for my ugly face — that comment got about 55 likes from other users on the message board.
I knew it, and 55 people who don’t know me can’t be wrong. But, like I said, many people have told me that I don’t have anything wrong with my face that can be diagnosed. So I guess I don’t technically have craniofacial microsomia, which I had diagnosed myself with.
Then I remembered that when I told one of my girlfriends about my concerns about my face, she said that she thought it was fine and that she thought that I was hot.
For further reassurance, I retrieved a letter dated Sept. 19, 2011. The woman who wrote the letter to me said, “I think you’re cute, funny, smart, sweet.” She thought I was cute! That cuteness includes my face, I like to think. Another woman recently told me that I’m “kind of cute.” But maybe she was only referring to my personality.
What does it matter anyway? If I’m ugly, I’m ugly. I sure don’t have the money for plastic surgery, nor do I really want to go under the knife for purely cosmetic reasons.
Sometimes I speak to people just because they’re there and I don’t get out much. Such was the case at Wal-Mart today. I needed some creamer so that I could drink some coffee, because I only drink coffee if it doesn’t taste like coffee. I like it sweet.
A middle-aged-to-old lady was ahead of me to get creamer. I asked her, as if I really care what her opinion was, “What’s the best flavor?” I saw that she was getting the original flavor (which I think means no flavor), and I commented that I needed something sweeter than that.
The lady said that hazelnut was the best, but that she was getting the original for her mother. “She puts it on her cereal because she’s allergic to milk.”
She might want to read the label, especially that part that states, “Allergy Warning: Contains Milk.”
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