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Discussion in 'Andy's Fashion Forum' started by never behind, Jul 11, 2018 at 8:01 AM.
That’s not a very high bar, unfortunately. Ha!
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Knowledge is bliss! Not knowing how to get the look I wanted and not knowing what I was wearing was most frustrating. AAAC gave me the knowledge to dress how I really wanted to and make better purchases.
I'm fine with imperfections until I know about them.
Perfection is a pursuit. Achieving it is not only impossible, but it would take away all the fun.
I was made fun of and picked on a lot as a child, so I tend to obsess over small imperfections and details, thinking that people will be judging me on them. I'm in my mid-forties now but I feel when you go through that kind of stuff in your formative years it just stays with you.
On a side note, those who say that "you are your own worst critic" are full of it. I never considered myself fat until a girl in my class screamed the fact to me in my face. I never considered myself "the stupidest boy in school" until a male classmate started shoving me while informing me of that fact as well. Apologies for the rant here. I hope its at least somewhat on topic.
Well, at least you weren't drunk!
My 9th grade photo! How did you find it? Have I been doxxed?
I assumed facts not in evidence, not realizing you were still in single digits when this first appeared -