"You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
- anonymous quote.
One of the members of Big Time Rush James Maslow actually came to my mind when I read the title. I think he's pretty good looking but not to my liking.
* maybe human get invent aonda universe *
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I don't really give a dick about what's "manly" or not. The entire obsession with masculinity makes me lol.
But yes, there's a limit to how much I can find myself attracted to "pretty boys."
As for the guy in the OP... that picture is a hot mess of a photo. Black and white, overexposed and blown out to the point where his skin barely exists. To the untrained eye, anyone looks amazing in such a situation because any flaws are wiped out by cheap tricks.
He looks rather handsome (though not at all my type), so I'm not knocking him. But there's no telling what he really looks like.
Refuji, this guy is a better fit for your OP: Justin Jedlica.
Not cute, at all, imo. But totally extra and high maintenance like you describe.
He wants to be seen as The Human Ken Doll. He's had 90+ cosmetic surgical procedures done.
Jedlica, 32 years old, lives in New York City. His obsession with having the perfect body began with his nose, which he always thought was too large, calling it "astronomically huge". Five surgeries later, he thinks that it is close to his ideal - but not perfect.
His first surgery was on his glutes. Jedlica wanted firmer, perkier buttocks, so he received implants and, after 13 different cosmetic sessions, he likes what he sees. Over the course of the ensuing 10 years, Jedlica has undergone nearly 100 surgeries.
Wow.... NOT cute at ALL! He's really screwing up his face. I like slender guys like him, but that just looks odd.
"Rarely do we find men who willingly engage in hard solid thinking. There is an almost universal quest for easy answers and half-baked solutions. Nothing pains some people more than having to think.'' - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry
For me it isn't an issue of masculine vs feminine, the guys that I often view as "too pretty" or "pretty boys" are anyone who's coiffed and immaculate to a point that I can't even imagine how long it took to get that way. They can be fat guys, skinny guys, older guys, younger guys...there is a certain shine in their hair, a glimmer on their lips, a complexion on their face that tells me they're higher maintenance than I care for. I'll admit it's not necessarily fair for me to think this way--but my personal tastes fall towards men who spend their time on other things, no matter their levels of masculinity or femininity.