I personally find this idea of “undertales” to be a bit of a bummer. I guess it is the idea that when you hear something that makes you think, “I don’t like that feeling!” then it really does make you think that way. I find this a bit ridiculous because when I think, “I really don’t like that feeling” my whole body reacts in a way that makes me feel embarrassed.
Its not like I’m always thinking about the fact that I’m a girl, but its like I’m always thinking about the fact I’m a girl. I feel like we’re all kind of obsessed with the fact that we’re all girls, I just happen to be that one girl. It’s really odd because I’ve always had this idea that I’m not the only girl out there. Its just that we’re all just girls and we’re all just different.
The point is that most of us are born with a certain genetic makeup that leads us to be the way we are. We have our gender, appearance, race, and ethnicity. The last two of these traits can be genetic, but can also be influenced by a host of external factors. For instance, I was born with a long neck and a wide face. This genetic makeup is probably why I have such a wide smile. The opposite might be true of you.
So when I was a kid I was told from a young age that I had a pretty wide face, that if I didn’t like the way I looked I would have a really big nose, because I was a girl.
So what? I’m not ashamed of my wide face. I’m not trying to hide it. I’m just saying that it’s a big part of who I am.
I would say, in general, people with wide faces are generally less confident. They might use it for self-expression, but it doesn’t really mean that they like themselves the way they look.
I know you’re thinking that maybe this one is a little bit of a stretch, but I just saw an interview on “The Tonight Show” with Jessica Simpson that was the talk of the Internet for a long time. Jessica was pretty open about her wide face, and I didn’t see anything wrong with it. I’m sure it makes her more confident than she is now, but I think she’s also just being herself.
I guess I don’t see the big difference in saying you look confident while you talk about it or when you dont. It’s only a matter of perspective.
I don’t really see it as a stretch either because I think it is more a statement of self-awareness than confidence. I think that when you are confident in yourself, then you can talk about it without being insecure. When you are insecure and you try to be comfortable being confident, then it’s very hard to talk about it.
Actually, I think it is a stretch to say shes being herself, but I think it is a stretch to say that shes not being herself. I think that in the end, shes just not being herself.