Happy girls are the prettiest!

Audrey Hepburn may have passed away, but her legacy lives on.  She was the epitome of femininity; her charm, grace, poise and beauty captivated the world.  1 of the things she said is particularly applicable today, in a world where social justice warriors conspire to make everyone as miserable and easily offended as them.

Happy girls are the prettiest.

I totally agree.  Happy people radiate positivity and joy.  People are drawn to their happy energy like bees to honey!  SJWs, on the other hand, are frequently miserable and very angry people.  Even when they do smile when the camera points in their direction, there’s a hardness in their eyes and steeliness in their mouths.

Case in point, Ragen Chastain and Melissa McEwan.  The long-term negativity and resentment they harbour inside of them shows on their faces.  They look mean and their blogs reflect their horrid, snarky thoughts as well.

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Regardless of our size and weight, we can strive to be happy and confident people.  It’s that feminine and vibrant energy which softens our features, makes us more fun to be around and puts people at ease around us.  Regardless of our size and weight, we can strive to harbour good thoughts.

So was Audrey Hepburn right?  Absolutely!  She was demure, sweet and kind, which made her so beloved by the masses whereas Ragen Chastain and Melissa McEwan have tons of haters who dislike them.  Which would you rather be? : )  Food for thought.

Wishing you fun,

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2 thoughts on “Happy girls are the prettiest!

  1. What an insightful post! I have noticed this in myself. When I am kind to myself and others and don’t harbor such a sarcastic attitude it really does show up in my face and even the way that I walk. I have been reading some of your other posts and your reasoning and tactfulness is very refreshing and inspirational. God bless you dear!

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