Some guys just can’t catch a break.
Hey, Ellie, low blow! Besides, you’ll someday learn that “cute,” like “normal,” kinda depends a lot on who’s looking at whom, and who else is around at the time.
Unlike “normal,” however, “cute” is seldom curable. This is primarily due to the fact that we tend to think of “cute” as being a property others possess instead of it being a thought process within ourselves. Since we assume that “cute” is not a part of ourselves, it becomes much more difficult to properly root it out as we tend not to look for it in the right spot.
Nah, cute’s readily curable. It just takes some face-paint, leather, and studs.
Or, alternative, botched plastic surgery.
I’m afraid you’re forgetting how weird people are. Even with a face full of more metal than a junkyard and deadened by enough Botox to qualify as a CDC watch-site, *somebody* out there will think it’s cute.
I’m not sure whether this says something good or bad about our species…
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