A superficial world!

The truth of the matter is that we are living in a superficial world, and people in general aspire to meet the superficial standards set by those who push that belief.
First of all, attractive people tend to have a higher success rate at a better life just because they are attractive. It really starts from birth. Cute babies invade our televisions, print ads and every place where they’re selling baby products, and then it graduates to toddlers, teens, and adult models. I have yet to see an ugly baby representing a brand anywhere or an adult model being adored for being unattractive. Second of all, those attractive people who know the worth of their beauty, can pretty much live off their looks. They can become models, actors, hosts and a bunch of other professions that are exclusive to looks without any formal education. In addition, if those attractive people choose to do so, they can find sugar daddies and sugar mommies with enough low self esteem to take care of them. Nobody’s ugly baby is getting praised by the world. Let’s get that straight.
It’s not fair or politically correct to refer to someone as ugly, but yet the word has been invented in every language. Ugly people in a superficial world can become desirable by making themselves part of that superficiality by obtaining wealth. Trump is a perfect example of the human desire for superficiality. Any ugly man can become desirable if he has money. There are many ways for superficiality to be expressed. Some people buy luxury cars, mansions, yachts, private planes and other vanity items to feed the desires of this superficial world, while broker people use brand name clothing as a tool to mask their insecurities to survive in a superficial world.
There are different levels to this superficial bullshit as well. Poorer people tend to mask their insecurities with superficiality more than anybody. They clown other poor people for shopping at affordable stores, for wearing brands that are known to be less costly, and for just being poor.
As humans, we tend to hate anyone who shows their superficiality outwardly in a brazen way, but we use humility to accept the same superficiality. An ugly man can be very undesirable to women while walking the street in regular clothing. However, that same man can become instantly attractive to a sector of society if he’s behind the wheel of a Rolls Royce, Bentley or Lamborghini. Superficiality works more to the benefit of men, because more women tend to be caught in the superficiality that a man has to offer. I’m not saying there aren’t any greedy men out there who won’t mind being with an unattractive wealthy woman, but most men aren’t built that way. Facebook and Instagram have helped open the floodgates of superficiality.
Superficiality starts early with most people in society. Some parents, unfortunately, introduce their children to the superficial world as young as a newborn. They start with brand name clothing and toys, which often develop to bigger things that sometimes force their children to do illegal shit to obtain them. Society is also perfectly normal with the superficial. As a matter of fact, the more superficial you can make your status in society, the more respect you get. Superficiality is not just about money and looks, though, it also involves education. Obama became the first black president and was given a chance, because he attended Harvard University. That’s actually one of the most superficial bullshit in society, an ivy league education. However, look at the idiots who received an ivy league education; they include Trump and Bush. Ivy league doesn’t necessarily equate to smart or intelligent.
The more we aspire to become an advanced civilized society, the more superficial we’ll become. People no longer aspire to become millionaires, because billionaires are in vogue. Our entire perspective shifted when branding became part of the American fiber.
I’m not sure where we’re headed, but cosmetically enhanced titties , asses, faces and bodies will be the least of our worries.

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