Nasty little clique of uber hotties
Well, similar creatures to yourself, of course. Little ‘Paris Hiltons’ like hanging with other little Paris Hiltons, not with plainjanes getting their degrees in elementary teaching or business administration.
So, how do you go about that? Well, you set up a Facebook group, of course. A Facebook collective known as ‘Organization of Pretty People’. For Ashley (Barbie) Paras, founder of the OPP, she decided she only wanted to associate with young women as pretty as she. And, with a vomit-inducing sense of hubris in play, Ashley knows she’s real pretty and will be the first to tell you. She’s pretty, and slim and tiny and fashionable and her Facebook group wants similar sorts So, if you’re an ‘uggo’ or even relatively ordinary looking, maybe have a bit of a complexion problem, packing a few extra pounds, know how to read without moving your lips and other undesirable traits, don’t both to knock. The divine Miss Ashley don’t wantcha, nor do her execrable (albeit pretty Ashley lookalike) buddies.
One part of the equation that is clear with this group is that those admitted to the charmed circle cannot, indeed must not be more attractive than the initial coven. That would create unfair competition in the cabal when it comes to attractive equally vacuous males, which is the primary objective for these stunning little hotties.
If you think the foregoing is bunk, you would be wrong. It’s absolutely for real. Just when you thought the world couldn’t get stupider, meaner and nastier, you find out you are wrong. For, as Ms. Paras states, unattractive girls try to join the clique “all the time,” but to no avail. “Usually we just hang out with people who are small – like short, skinny and pretty, too.”
So, what is afoot here? Remember the widely held myths of the 1970s that maintained females were in all respects the gentler, milder and kinder sex? I do. I remember my schoolteacher ex wife telling me that the screeds from upon high looked only at schoolyard bullying from the perspective of boys thumping out other boys.
My point is, perhaps we stop looking at cruelty and viciousness as something gender specific and maybe re-examine the shoddy values of a society that gives spawn to the likes of Ashley and her friends. I am suggesting girls, grow up, and realize that, despite the public obsession with certain elements of Hollywood trash and their bad behavior, you might look to another direction in your likes. And, maybe society should also reconsider its fascination with the tawdry, cheap, vainglorious and nasty.