Why is life so unfair?

Suplada/maldita women are smarter and more talented

I would always say, “Ay, masipag lang ‘yan sila,” when most suplada women are achievers more than nice women. They are more admired than those who are really respected not for their looks, but for their ethical actions. I really don’t know why most actresses who are controversial and suplada, maldita are talented, and improve more in acting than those who are really nice in real life (take note that most nice actors/actresses are better villains). Is it because they look up to Wendy Valdez (she has cleaned up her act now), who was suplada yet talented? I’m sure I have to call this as “Wendy’s Effect” due to the fact that people who are less approachable act more professional.

I want to ask God why this happens. Why do most suplada women are not only smart and talented, but also chosen by demurely-nice and sweet men? There are many other women out there, why them? Why is life so unfair, that most suplada women are given more chances and opportunities? Is this because the more the suplada, the more the respectable? I strongly disagree with this fact, because truth is, most suplada women get away with everything. While those feisty women who are actually behaved in real life are criticized, why can’t people do the same to those with attitude problem? Hmm, I wonder why people do that, but if you think those with attitude problem are “frank and feisty,” you’re wrong. You know who I am pertaining to, but yeah.

I noticed that the more the suplada, the smarter and more talented. Ask the former know-it-alls. They don’t want to hear those things, but this “tomboy genius” that I’m always lambasting my whole entire life, was forgiven by me myself. I understand why: She’s a know-it-all, and usually, intelligent women are know-it-alls. I know she has changed. It wasn’t the real her before, but y’know, I understood that. Ang babaw naman kung murahin ko pa siya ng murahin na parang wala lang.

I was wondering. Most suplada women are really given more chances, but inner beauty? Well, people are intimidated by them because they don’t seem approachable at all. Truth is, the reason why they’re smarter and more talented is because, arrogance is the only way that will make them feel more superior. They think humility is a sign of weakness. Wait, was Kate Winslet arrogant? I never heard anything bad from her, although she’s a really good actress. Take Claire Danes as the suplada but talented actress. She’s one example of an actress who shows the “Wendy Effect” and also, she proves that right, but well, that was before.

One example of a nice celebrity whose talent is rarely heard is no other than Nicole Richie. She plays the violin and she sings, but why is her talent not noticed, aside from being a socialite? She’s a socialite, but why is her BFF Paris Hilton’s album more recognized?

The “Wendy Effect” proves that right. Arrogance will make you feel superior. Nicole Richie is down-to-earth, so it’s no doubt that her talent is not recognized. If you so happen to be ambitious, arrogance should always be there. Wait…

Anne Curtis is one example of an ambitious but down-to-earth actress. No wonder why she improved late. You’ll never ever hear some gossips that she’s mean or at least, a warfreak. She’s really an ethical woman with class.

Confessions: I won’t ever marry a selfish, manipulative narcissist

If you look like that person yet you don’t share the same attitude with that person, it’s really a frustration. Why, do you think it’s bad  not to do the things that we “should” do? I have a life already, and I’m on the legal age.

Remember that someone else was like you, a manipulative person as well. Why didn’t you correct that person’s mistakes before? Of course, being blindly following the commands of that person will only make you pass that to us. You insist on what you want? I don’t get it, why are you still manipulating our lives? I know, we love you, but why do you have to do this? Stop being a narcissist, and I really want the “you” before who looked more simpler and less vain. Why?

You are only doing this to yourself. My friend knows someone who has the same attitude as you: A power-tripper.

Remember, being that type of person I mentioned a while ago is a sign of arrogance, and arrogance will lead you to nothing. People know you for your deeds, but that’s because you’re too conscious about your image. How’s that? Your image is based on your deeds, not on your looks and achievements. What now if you have achievements, yet hindered by issues?

I defended you from my detractors, but I was doubting if you deserved it. Of course, you deserve the defense I did, that all these things ain’t true, but there’s something in you that I really do not like, and you should do something to improve it.

Wait… you once apologized, but there was no sincerity or humility on it. It was mixed with arrogance, and that’s because you insist on your preferences, you just want to get what you WANT, which makes me angrier as I grew up. I’m used to your actions, but sometimes, I get pissed off because when you’re talking to me, it’s like you’re angry.

I don’t know if you could still win my heart back. I promise you, I won’t marry someone like you, who possesses the same traits like what I mentioned a while ago. I’m very upset already.

To this someone, if you read this letter, please, don’t be upset. I am not humiliating or embarrassing you right in front of these netizens. I hate it. I am sick and tired of it already. Stop supporting those know-it-alls who are just like you, selfish, manipulative narcissist. I promise I’ll find a better guy, someone better than you are. Someone who is simple, down-to-earth and someone who doesn’t manipulate me.

My god. I’m turning rebellious.


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Posted on January 3, 2012, in Fearless Forecast, Opinion and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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