orangebeams15: This doesn't really match my profile name, but whatever. It's reminiscent of springtime. (Default)
 All through late elementary school and all of middle school, I had low self-esteem. I was naive,  not knowing I didn't have to have a boyfriend or even friends to feel beautiful. I was really shy, and still am, but getting over it.

Today,  I realized that how others see you is how you see yourself.  I personally believe everyone is beautiful in their own way God wanted them to be. Who cares about those people in the magazines? Go outside that photoshopped reality and live this one. 

Beauty is like pizza.  We come in all shapes, sizes, colors,  etc. Skinny,  curvy,  tall,  short--all beautiful.  Treat flaws as an accessory.  We're only human after all, and just prone to make mistakes. Accept it.

You don't really need compliments or acceptance from others to know your attractive, either. You may be one of many oddballs in this world, but it's the oddballs that change the world in a good way.

Others used to bully me alot just because I was pretty.  I wasn't hurt anymore after learning it's all because of insecurity. It's their problem.  

I never began noticing how ideal I looked until I turned thirteen.  Sometimes,  other girls hate on you because you look great.  With guys,  sometimes,  they pick on you cause they secretly like you! Real experience. 

The true haters want to see you fall to their level,  so don't.  Continue walking tall as you can,  speak loud,  and smile.  After all,  confidence is key. 

The three rules of beauty are:
*act beautiful on the inside 
*remain positive 
*be confident

Remember to take care of yourself.  Part of inner beauty is eating healthy.  Not just the dreadful vegetables, but foods just as fun as junk and still helpful. Too much junk food clogs your thinking,  making you believe the wrong things. 

Stay full on water,  to help it stay it's calmest.  Remaining positive is trying to see the gold in everything. Smile on the bleakest of days, as if the sun was shining on you. 

So never let society tell you your ugly, just because you don't match standards.  Your no robot,  so don't look like one. Your not an alien,  so don't look like one.

Realize right now that all those lies they tell you... is really jealousy. And the fact that your beautiful is true. Stay true to yourself,  by using integrity, telling yourself your beautiful,  and believing it no matter what!

orangebeams15: This doesn't really match my profile name, but whatever. It's reminiscent of springtime. (Default)
In honor of the new year,  I'm happily typing my first post about my favorite (and possibly yours too) smurfs.

The first is Pushover Smurf, whom I used to crush on at a young age.  Today as I'm about to turn fifteen,  I still like him. Fictional character crushes never seem to die. Fictional and Crush go hand in hand because they're both not real love.  

I know I'll find my soul mate somedayđź’™

Anyway,  don't you find it pathetic that Pushover only appears in ONE episode out of all nine seasons? It really is shameful for the creators.  

One of the reasons I liked him was because I could relate to him. I am a very shy individual, technically an introvert, and have trouble sometimes. Another was just for his new jersey accent, and his cute, tough persona. 

I really wish he appeared more often,  maybe taking Hefty's place. Maybe the creators didn't include him anymore after this episode because he was getting violent.  Did you see him at the end of his debut episode? He literally smashed Hefty with a wagon of boulders.  

Another possibility as to why they put his character on hiatus is because his story was just finished in 30 minutes...for real. Simple as water in a stream. 

My second favorite smurf is Poet, the hopeless romantic. I liked him for his brains or high intelligence.  Like me, he was shy. Like Pushover, he's a rare and lovable character.  

Loving a background character can be so painful, because it's like trying to get water from a dried cucumber, barely finding a thing including them. 

And when you do find something,  it's worth gold or better.  Pushover and Poet have a facebook. You can check it out if you don't believe me. Unfortunately, one of them hasn't been updated since 2012. They are also mentioned in about two fanfics. You can see them gender bent on if you just type in the search bar, Smurfs Gender Bender.  

You know what rocks about these two combined? They were both voiced by the same guy: Frank Welker! I guess Pushover experienced recarnation by becoming Poet after season 2.



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