Why Are Some People Born Ugly?

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Blake Beachum answered
Technically, it has to do with how a persons' mother or father looks like, but looks don't determine how well someone's character can be, (for example, someone could be pretty but mean).
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The cop-out phrase is that "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" or "it's what's on the inside that counts," but really I am sure very few people feel this way. It's just something nice to say to someone so that they don't feel even worse about themselves. Really though, looks do matter, whether it is "right" or not. Looks and personality can also be completely independent. People always use the example of a gorgeous person that is "ugly" inside. People then make themselves feel better by saying that attractive people are all ugly on the inside and that ugly people are generally better people. I say that things just are. Some people are ugly physically and as a person, and some people are gorgeous and good people. "God" didn't make people "ugly" or "pretty" they just are who they are. Unfortunately for "ugly" people they do not fit the societal and probably genetic expectations that make others attractive. This can obviously be compensated for though.
thanked the writer.
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I would like to begin by saying that the author of this reply has completely misunderstood the term "ugly", and it's quite blatant throughout it's entire length. The word ugly translates to "repulsive or unpleasant", and to me, one cannot simply attach this word or it's meaning to a person's appearance. In addition to the author's ignorance, I would go as far as to say that he or she believes the polar opposite of what can and cannot be factually ugly. Proving the previous statement, one thing that can be found factually and most definitely unpleasant is personality. The author, who truly is an ugly person, seems to judge others based on their personality, most certainly proving that he or she is one of the many representatives of this term. His or her beliefs on judgement are far from the only things that make them an excellent candidate, however. He attacks theists in his reply, which is completely irrelevant to the topic, refuting their ideas. Ladies and gentlemen, the true definition of ugly is in the reply above.
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Anonymous commented
In Line eleven, the correct term would be "Looks" rather than personality.
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Take it from a person who is ugly.  I cry now has I type this.  I have felt and been told I was ugly all my life and to make it worse, I am over 300 pounds.  My son's father said that even though he has and still have sex with other women, some of them are big but attractive and with me, he had to be really drunk but with them, he didn't even though they are plus size.  It hurt but its true.  I am so insecure with myself and know that I will always be lonely because of my size and being ugly.  I am happy that my son takes after his dad.  If you are skinny and attractive or big and attractive, consider yourself lucky. Yolanda
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karen townley answered
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder...but I do understand how you may find some people "hard on the eyes"......you look like your relatives from your genes and some people have very "ethnic" genes which to others may not appear attractive...it is what you are used to and your own family appearances.
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Anonymous answered
No ones ugly... Everyone is just perfect!
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mike radcliffe answered
People are not born ugly they are born as a baby, but as they get older it starts to get more prominent based on what your family gene and trait characteristics are...
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Anonymous answered
I agree with both Luis36 and Mjr113089. People that blindly spam phrases such as "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" should visit this page www.julianawetmore.net and think well before posting.
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Ugliness exists for the same reason as pain.
So people can tell who is good to mate and who is not good to mate.
And pain exists so people can tell whether or not something is injuring them so they don't die.

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