I am so shallow. I didn't used to be this way, I used to look beneath the person's face for love, but now I am only enthused by pretty faces. While it is fun to be so shallow sometimes, I feel guilty about it.
Take yesterday, for example. I went to a friend's house for a Lord of the Rings movie marathon of all three movies. It was really fun--think 14 hours of either watching or eating or laughing or all three in some combination. I hadn't seen the movies before, as I wanted to read the books first and it was slow reading. Anyway, everyone in that movie is SO PRETTY.
Like Frodo--everyone was going on about how effeminate he was, and I quite agree, but what's wrong with effeminateness? I didn't say that though. And Legolas--normally I don't like Orlando Bloom, but I have gotten so far into the shallows of attraction that every time he came up on the screen, I wuould think (and sometimes say) "Aw, he's so pretty." :) He's so pretty... And I couldn't stop thinking about how pretty he was during play practice today...
Ack, what's happening to me? I am so shallow!! It's driving me insane! And I only notice the pretty girls at school, too (most of the guys I don't find prety. But the ones that are pretty... mmmm...)
This is going against what I believe in. People should not be judged by outer appearances. The beauty within is what counts. But here I am, being an inconsiderate, hormonal, shallow person. Oh well. It can't be helped, I suppose.