Monthly Archives: October 2006

I’ve decided that there are two types of attractiveness a girl can have.  The first type is what I like to call Wal-Mart attractiveness.  Wal-Mart huge, and has been around for a long time.  Thus they have everything figured out.  They know how to produce a nice looking, quality product efficiently and effectively.  However, because each of their products go through the same canned formula everyday, they tend to lack uniqueness.  Girls exhibitting the Wal-Mart style attraction look damn good.  Their makeup is always put on with much care, their hair always done with style, and their clothing picked from the best stores.  The thing is, these girls know how to make themselves look good, but it’s always the same.  There is hardly any uniqueness in a Wal-Mart girl. 

The second type attractiveness is the Corner Shop girl.  I’m referring to the small shops, usually on the main street through town, that have been there for a long time, but are individually owned.  If you walk into one of these stores, at first you aren’t struck by the majesty of a Wal-Mart.  The things don’t look quite as radient.  However, if you pick up an item for further inspection, it’s quality is evident.  Time and effort went into the production of this product in a system that was specifically designed for its production.  Each item has it’s own beauty, but also it’s own uniqueness.  Thus a Corner Shop girl is “less run of the mill” than a Wal-Mart girl.  She exhibits her own type of beauty, but it usually doesn’t hit you right away.  She’ll catch your eye due to her own unique look, and then it will become apparant just how pretty she is.