5.14.2013

Ask the Hot Chick


An expert...life coach?

I have to be careful about how I write this one. One false move and readers will assume I am toe up and pissed about it.

Studies have shown that good-looking children are favored by their teachers. Good looking men are rumored to be less likely good in bed, cook or have a sense of humor because they don't have to. Gorgeous women are reputed to have a sense of entitlement because of preferential treatment they've grown accustomed to. Of course, this isn't always the case, but I'm laying some groundwork so you know where I'm going with this.

The point: Good looking people in general have an altered sense of reality because of their special treatment. So much so, that in Los Angeles, one can achieve fame with it.

There's a website called Ask the Hot Chick, where it's assumed you'll get better advice since they're...hot.

This makes the assumption that:
  • All hot chicks can relate to everyday problems
  • Normal-looking people and (gasp!) even the unattractive cannot be trusted with your problems.
  • Average-looking people do not possess the tools to solve problems.
Are you kidding me? Average people invented the tools and the tricks. They had to learn to be funny, how to cook, master beauty techniques to make the most of what they had and actually try out all those pick-up lines. They learned things on their own and never had others do it for them. Sure Dr. Phil's a joke, but you gotta love Dr. Ruth. She was never a great beauty, so you know homegirl had some tricks.

"Zis eez ze perfect size!"

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