Single mother Cherelle gets a lot of unwanted attention. According to herself she is too good looking to find a boyfriend!
Hello lone wolves! How are you doing?
According to an article on the Daily Mail, Cherelle, a 26 year old single mother from Manchester who is the victim of her above average appearance says this:
“I am sick of people assuming I am nasty when I am really a lovely person. My looks attract the wrong guys and it has been really hard, now I am completely over men.”
End quote. Cherelle states that she gets the wrong attention from guys, as opposed to the plain janes who get in relationships. She says:
“Plain girls end up with the long lasting relationships and I’m the one kissing all the frogs.”
Well, Cherelle, in fairy tales frogs turn into princes when you kiss them. I think you have watched too much Disney movies because the reality is this: the frogs you kissed did not turn into prince charming that want to pay for you and the kids of Chad. Instead, they used you as a pump & dump. The difference between you and Plain Jane lies in the word Plain.
A Plain Jane is a decent looking woman that does not put priming coat on her face that makes her look like Ronald McDonald in a dress. At Plain Jane wears a dress which is way more classy than posing while showing your bra. I mean. What do you expect? She says and I quote:
“…for me, it’s always the wrong attention, they never want to know me as a person.”
Of course you do. That is because you look exactly like the woman that Chad and Tyrone and the rest of the football team want to bang.
Decent men will not touch you because they do not want a woman that has the a ticket for unlimited rides in the pocket rocket carousel printed on her forehead.
And before they see anything of your personality, the first have to pass a hundred plus shittests to prove that they don’t want you only for your looks.
Nah, in that case: better save the drama and go for Plain Jane. Anyway, Cherelle has big issues with dating because of her fantastic, superior looks. Here is what she says about it:
“Whenever I am on a date, they only care about what I look like, they never even listen to what I am saying.”
End quote. (sigh). Well, again, what do you expect. The fact that you have 23,000 followers on Instagram proves that you are quite busy providing the world visual content, and something tells me that these are not photos of your painted Warhammer models.
Picture this. What if I had some good money on the bank. On a date I show up in a Ferrari, a 10,000 dollar watch, a golden iPhone and put a thousand dollar on the table just to tip the waiter. And if the woman likes me, then I blame her for being a golddigger and that she doesn’t like me for my personality. That’s the same thing.
If you want the same results as Plain Jane, than act like Plain Jane. Keep acting the way you do and you’ll keep getting the same results. Yes, it’s that simple.
“I just wish people didn’t judge a book by its cover, because I am not like that.”
Well, that’s what people do. I’m get judged by my cover too. Deal with it. If you don’t want to be caught by the thot police, then change your cover.
“This one time when I was on a date, I remember something had happened in the news that day. I was sharing my view on the event, and this guy was not listening in the slightest. He kept telling me I was pretty and wasn’t listening, I then said thank you, and carried on asking him what he thought of it. He didn’t care and kept talking about my looks and in the end he hadn’t listened to a word I was saying.”
Maybe your date wasn’t interested in the latest news about Justin Bieber or who’s Beyoncé’s new make-up artists. Or could it be that were on a date with Tyrone who doesn’t care about the news other than the Tinder feed on his smartphone?
Maybe the intelligent, decent guy that you’re looking for doesn’t look for a woman who looks like she’s straight from the video clip from that song by Calvin Harris called “Thinking about you”.
And because she is so good looking she is not only the victim of men: women are out to get her as well. She says and I quote:
“Girls are jealous too, I only really have one friend,’ she said. ‘There was this one time I was clubbing with my friend and when we were in the bathroom, loads of girls I didn’t know were complimenting me, my hair and my looks.”
‘Then suddenly my friend walked out and left the club, and she hasn’t talked to me since!’
Well, that’s just sad. What can I say… women? Also, she says:
“On my Instagram I receive countless spiteful messages. One girl messaged me saying “you think you’re so pretty but you’re not, go kill yourself.”
To be honest, haters are everywhere. However, in your case it might not just be your looks but the way you present yourself. The photos in the article are all, well, not the classiest photos. And a smile here and there could help. You cannot keep blaming everyone but yourself, right?
But, ladies I have got good news for women that are too good looking to find a boyfriend. There is a prince charming for all of you. He is soft, hairy and loves to cuddle and he is waiting for you. In the pet store.
You know what feminists say:
The future is feline.. I mean… female!