August 31, 2010
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Are looks the first impression? How people judge you and how people make their decision about you. Shouldn’t it be more?
As a teenager, the pressure of your appearance, not by others, but by yourself. People always say that the appearance doesn’t matter it’s what is inside that counts, but are they telling the truth? Because as soon as you meet someone new or see someone for the first time you judge them by what you look like. 60% of people are more likely to talk to someone if they are good looking. Why?

In the 21st century everything is about appearance not just people, but business’s, companies and the government. For example Leonardo Da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa one of the most well known paintings in the world; she appears to be smiling but is she really happy?

Having what everyone thinks of as a beautiful appearance can give you an advantage as people are attracted to you, but some time’s your appearance can cause you trouble. But my question is why is the appearance of things the most important thing, when in my opinion it should who that person is and how they feel about themselves not how others judge them. Business’s and company’s appearance are their most important thing and what people see, but shouldn’t it be the people who work in that company shouldn’t they be what everyone can see; their commitment, the work they put in and what they do that create’s that company?

An appearance shouldn’t be the way things look from a distance or the way things seem, but by what makes up that person, business or company. Are these questions or just what everyone knows or needs to understand?

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sb93 said...
Sept. 27, 2010 at 1:12 pm
this article is very interesting, but i think it needs to be proof read, it was very confusing to follow, i would appreciate it if you could edit it, so it would be more clearer.
JustMe23 replied...
Sept. 27, 2010 at 2:30 pm

Thank you, I am working on it. I greatly appreciate any advice on improvement or critism. As well as your view on the subject. I am an aspiring journalist.


JustMe23 said...
Sept. 19, 2010 at 1:16 pm
I would really appreciate feedback and critisism.
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