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Is it possible to considered shallow and be just as concerned with what's "on the inside"?

Asked by Facade (22902points) March 29th, 2009
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VzzBzz's avatar

Yes, of course. Shallow about what looks you prefer but very concerned about that person’s character/integrity/whatever.

Zen's avatar

What vzz said.

hungryhungryhortence's avatar

@VzzBzz How many people would admit they think that way? Sweaters come in every imaginable style and color but not all of them are comfortable, well made or practical.

Facade's avatar

@hungryhungryhortence I think that way lol.

hungryhungryhortence's avatar

@Facade I see nothing wrong with having personal physical preferences. There are so many colors, shapes and sizes of people but the inner characteristics I find admirable and desirable aren’t as varied.

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