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Scars, moles, and extra nipples are all subject to cosmetic correction unless the owner regard them as beauty marks.

The popular notion of beauty is perfect all throughout, hair to heels. Makeup and cosmetics are invented for human’s need to conceal the perceived mess in their body, that is, the ‘imperfections’. But really, who defines a part of you as imperfect? These people are focused on camera but they won’t care:

Madonna’s teeth gap

Madonna's teeth gap, celebrity imperfections

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Kiefer Sutherland’s & Mila Kunis’s heterochromia (different eye colors)

Kiefer Sutherland's and Mila Kunis's heterochromia (different color of eyes), celebrity imperfections

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Kiefer Sutherland's and Mila Kunis's heterochromia (different color of eyes), celebrity imperfections

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Joaquin Phoenix’s lip scar

Joaquin Phoenix's lip scar, celebrity imperfections

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Mariah Carey’s facial mole

Mariah Carey's facial mole, celebrity imperfections

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Mark Wahlberg’s third nipple

Mark Wahlberg's third nipple, celebrity imperfections

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Mila Kunis could just wear matching contact lenses, or Mark Wahlberg could pay a doctor to scrape off his extra nipple. But they haven’t, and it shows that they are not ashamed to carry the ‘imperfections’ themselves. The tricky truth is, a perfect human has imperfections.

I love that these people didn’t succumbed to the demands of hypocritical beauty. I have a scar on my cheek. What imperfection in your body are you proud of?

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People can be offensive, defensive or in-betweener.

People fight, offensive player, defensive player, couple fight, love relationships fighting, men and women fight, different sides of arguments, debates, not agreeing between two people, hard headed, open-mindedness

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Adherence to any of the opposing poles, offense and defense, is revealing to the character of a person. It shows how you approach a challenge. Both sides are used as a tactic to win in situations such as in games or in debates, but is one more advantageous compared to the other?

The aggressive player will choose offense; defense is the strategy of the mire but sure strategist; the safe person will say neither; and the wise man will say it is the combination of both. I’d say a truly prudent contriver will take the situation into account where the offense or defense strategy will depend. We’ll look at examples of the varying situations I’m talking about.

In Sports

For sports, lets say Badminton, you wouldn’t win without attacking. If you’re keen on just receiving and you keep in mind of the best ways to deflect an attack, you keep on scoring by chance. So in these physical sports, offensive is the canny side.

In a mentally dominating sport like chess, defense could be the key. After all, the ultimate goal of the player is defending the king. You actually win the game by having the most robust defense on your king.

In Arguments

Well, it is perhaps inherent and instinctual for each person to want winning an argument. It uplifts the ego, and feeds your pride. But the danger here is that you may keep on pushing your offensive propositions, even after knowing that you are wrong or your argument was weaker compared to the other.

Arguments and discussions are complicated indications. An offensive strategist may resort into fallacies, and actually attack the person of the claim (Ad Hominem). In that way, the argument becomes dangerous because you are attacking the character of the person instead of the arguments itself. Defensive strategists are also susceptible to fallacies, so it is critical to be wary of it.

In Trial

I’m not a law expert but I know offense and defense applies here. This is an example of how these two strategies should depend on the situation. Naturally, the accused would defend his innocence, and the accuser will attack his suspect with valid claims.

 

There is a possibility of a wise man choosing the both sides. You might have heard of the adage “the best defense is a good offense”; and thus masking the intention of offense through hefty defense. This offensive defense style has claimed wild support from business, team coaches and avid players. But there is another end of the combination of two.

In defensive offense, frisky offense is actually done in the name of defense.  You won’t let the opponent have the opportunity to attack you by attacking them first and serially. This is the less humble, more infamous combination; but you as a person will choose which works for you.

What is your chosen side?

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What if we’re still living the decade of 80’s..

80's fashion, music, style. all time 80's the best, 80's fashion men, 80's group, colorful fashion and clothing of people in 1980's, 80's look, 80's hairstyle, funny 80's style

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Now that’s fashionable. Great style, groovy artists, era of true icons, classic films and TV, and chilling activities. Plus, people are not yet slaves of technology.

In 80’s people see the best of the Smurfs, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and GI Joe (and Hello Kitty, whatever); heard the best of Madonna and Michael Jackson; and tasted the best of bubblegum flavors. How can we forget the roller skating fad and multi-colored slouch socks (like, really 80’s??). Those are good times.

What do you miss most about 80’s?

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