Vanity or Flair

For vanity’s sake, she doesn’t mind if she is a hefty spring roll. She wears those dresses so tight like there is no air left inside her body. She (dis)graces the pathway like those pompous grimy cats adorned with blisters and grease. She feels like everybody cherishes how she looks.

While another ‘she’ paces like a bathing swan in a lake full of grace and unmindful of how she looks. She has this flair she carries with her as noticeable as the sun sets its elegant rays across the earth. She is truly a wonderful but simple masterpiece of nature.
How would you choose to be one? Should you be a vain woman or an elegant female? It is hard work though. Both choices are. To be vain is to be a woman ‘working’ to be pleasing to the other’s eyes. To be elegant is to be a woman of discipline.
Vanity is not exclusive for women, or flair, too. Men as big as stocky rocks also work their way out to obtain what they think are desirable for others especially for women. But there are also men who wanted to just carry the flair like handy wallets, bags and portfolios.
Vanity or flair – choose!
Advertisements

Vanity or Flair

For vanity’s sake, she doesn’t mind if she is a hefty spring roll. She wears those dresses so tight like there is no air left inside her body. She (dis)graces the pathway like those pompous grimy cats adorned with blisters and grease. She feels like everybody cherishes how she looks.

While another ‘she’ paces like a bathing swan in a lake full of grace and unmindful of how she looks. She has this flair she carries with her as noticeable as the sun sets its elegant rays across the earth. She is truly a wonderful but simple masterpiece of nature.

How would you choose to be one? Should you be a vain woman or an elegant female? It is hard work though. Both choices are. To be vain is to be a woman ‘working’ to be pleasing to the other’s eyes. To be elegant is to be a woman of discipline.

Vanity is not exclusive for women, or flair, too. Men as big as stocky rocks also work their way out to obtain what they think are desirable for others especially for women. But there are also men who wanted to just carry the flair like handy wallets, bags and portfolios.

Vanity or flair – choose!

fiftywords

Rejection? The Pleasure is Mine

More often we feel bitter if we are rejected directly or indirectly. It seems that we are lacking so people do not appreciate us or accept us. For me, when rejected, the pleasure is mine. Come to think of it, not my loss, but theirs. And it is not pride.

Before, the impact of rejection really eats me up. It makes me gloomy, makes me unimportant, and makes me unwanted. It was just like I am deficient. It was like I am lesser than anybody and do not have anything better to prove about myself.

The years have molded me to a better person. I have learned to appreciate the fact that not everybody can appreciate me. It is true I cannot please everybody. It was a graceful acceptance of reality. And I welcomed rejection with a smile and even with a smirk.

People have reasons. I have my own reasons. I also reject people I do not like, directly and indirectly. We are all entitled to our own opinions. So why will we brood when rejected? Face it and say – “The pleasure is mine.”

Rejection? The Pleasure is Mine

More often we feel bitter if we are rejected directly or indirectly. It seems that we are lacking so people do not appreciate us or accept us. For me, when rejected, the pleasure is mine. Come to think of it, not my loss, but theirs. And it is not pride.

Before, the impact of rejection really eats me up. It makes me gloomy, makes me unimportant, and makes me unwanted. It was just like I am deficient. It was like I am lesser than anybody and do not have anything better to prove about myself.

The years have molded me to a better person. I have learned to appreciate the fact that not everybody can appreciate me. It is true I cannot please everybody. It was a graceful acceptance of reality. And I welcomed rejection with a smile and even with a smirk.

People have reasons. I have my own reasons. I also reject people I do not like, directly and indirectly. We are all entitled to our own opinions. So why will we brood when rejected? Face it and say – “The pleasure is mine.”

Rejection? The Pleasure is Mine

More often we feel bitter if we are rejected directly or indirectly. It seems that we are lacking so people do not appreciate us or accept us. For me, when rejected, the pleasure is mine. Come to think of it, not my loss, but theirs. And it is not pride.Before, the impact of rejection really eats me up. It makes me gloomy, makes me unimportant, and makes me unwanted. It was just like I am deficient. It was like I am lesser than anybody and do not have anything better to prove about myself.

The years have molded me to a better person. I have learned to appreciate the fact that not everybody can appreciate me. It is true I cannot please everybody. It was a graceful acceptance of reality. And I welcomed rejection with a smile and even with a smirk.

People have reasons. I have my own reasons. I also reject people I do not like, directly and indirectly. We are all entitled to our own opinions. So why will we brood when rejected? Face it and say – “The pleasure is mine.”

The Fertility of the Mind is More than Enough?

The post of a fellow blogger reminded me of a discussion one time after a conduct of an internal quality audit to a section of the Technical Services Department. The discussion started from the question I directed to a group of 3 auditors and 2 auditees – why do men seek pleasure outside marriage? The men, with only me as a woman, blurted out reasons. Some claimed that they were not the ones who seek, they were the ones sought. One of the fellows admittedly explained that eating the same kind of food makes the palate numb. Imagine comparing their partners to some kind of food! But needless to say, most men are really born promiscuous.

The discussion lead to my mentioning of an email sent to me with a guy cutting off his penis. The succession of the images runs as follows:
1. the man holding his penis
2. the penis being tied by 2 rubber bands (wider than the usual rubber band that I know)
3. the man cutting the penis with a cutter while holding a something like a suction holding the glans (which is the head of the penis)
4. the man pulling the glans from the whole body of the penis (2 pics)
5. the glans cut off from the entire body of the penis (2 pics)
I was not certain if the images did not come from a real act of cutting the penis nor that it was just another set of images to give the receivers something to loathe about. What I was trying to find out from the guys if that would cause impotence. You know, with the glans out, which is the one of the most sensitive part of the male organ, (one of which is the corona), how could the genital reach erection?

The simple question lead to some doubtful answers and one of which was “The fertility of the mind is more than enough.” The guy who uttered this insisted that the penis would still erect even without the glans. He explained that imagination or what goes on inside the mind of a man leads the organ to tumescence. I doubted that explanation but had no means to prove otherwise. No possibility of a volunteer to have his ‘precious one’ be cut off. LOL.
Until recently, I read that with causes of impotence like psychological problems and side effects of drugs come the greatest number of cases. But this is just secondary impotence. It was mentioned that primary impotence is caused when the genitals are anatomically faulty. This means that the guy who cut off his penis will probably be impotent after doing it. The anatomical structure of the genital is definitely important. This is why I was doubtful when that guy stated that ‘the fertility of the mind is more than enough.” If the mind is fertile and the vehicle to which its messages will be transported is dysfunctional, how could the upshot be possible?

The Fertility of the Mind is More than Enough?

The post of a fellow blogger reminded me of a discussion one time after a conduct of an internal quality audit to a section of the Technical Services Department. The discussion started from the question I directed to a group of 3 auditors and 2 auditees – why do men seek pleasure outside marriage? The men, with only me as a woman, blurted out reasons. Some claimed that they were not the ones who seek, they were the ones sought. One of the fellows admittedly explained that eating the same kind of food makes the palate numb. Imagine comparing their partners to some kind of food! But needless to say, most men are really born promiscuous.

The discussion lead to my mentioning of an email sent to me with a guy cutting off his penis. The succession of the images runs as follows:
1. the man holding his penis
2. the penis being tied by 2 rubber bands (wider than the usual rubber band that I know)
3. the man cutting the penis with a cutter while holding a something like a suction holding the glans (which is the head of the penis)
4. the man pulling the glans from the whole body of the penis (2 pics)
5. the glans cut off from the entire body of the penis (2 pics)
I was not certain if the images did not come from a real act of cutting the penis nor that it was just another set of images to give the receivers something to loathe about. What I was trying to find out from the guys if that would cause impotence. You know, with the glans out, which is the one of the most sensitive part of the male organ, (one of which is the corona), how could the genital reach erection?

The simple question lead to some doubtful answers and one of which was “The fertility of the mind is more than enough.” The guy who uttered this insisted that the penis would still erect even without the glans. He explained that imagination or what goes on inside the mind of a man leads the organ to tumescence. I doubted that explanation but had no means to prove otherwise. No possibility of a volunteer to have his ‘precious one’ be cut off. LOL.
Until recently, I read that with causes of impotence like psychological problems and side effects of drugs come the greatest number of cases. But this is just secondary impotence. It was mentioned that primary impotence is caused when the genitals are anatomically faulty. This means that the guy who cut off his penis will probably be impotent after doing it. The anatomical structure of the genital is definitely important. This is why I was doubtful when that guy stated that ‘the fertility of the mind is more than enough.” If the mind is fertile and the vehicle to which its messages will be transported is dysfunctional, how could the upshot be possible?