Thursday, 3 July 2008
02:15:40 PM (GMT)
In a world where you're only in the IN crowd if you're pretty,
where you get dirty looks if your clothes are Hollister or Abercrombie,
where you are outcasted for things that were never your fault..
I have a birthmark on my left cheek, and it's extremely noticeable. (sp?!)
I see girls with perfectly straightened hair, wearing the latest style give me the,
"wow, what a freak, I'm glad I'm not her" look.
Honestly, they look at me as if I chose to have an ugly birthmark on my cheek! I have
no issues with my birthmark, if they do, it's their problem. It just hurts to be
excluded for such a dumb reason.
I remember when I was little, I would cry because of the looks I would receive from
My mom says that when I'm old enough, and have enough money, I can have surgery to
get my birthmark removed. I want to, for the sake of being "normal", but my
conscience is always bugging me, and making me ask myself, "Am I THAT shallow?"
I'd walk down to the corner store, and passing people would stare, or whisper to
their buddy. I want to be able to walk up and down the streets and not have anyone
whisper, "Ew" or "Gross."
Also, weight issues. If someone is overweight, does that mean that they're a bad
person? A lot of overweght people are the best people I know. They have an amazing
sense of humor, they're honest, nice overall.
I don't get why everyone is so obsessed with how they look, how others look, what's
cool, what's not. It makes me want to scream, everytime I, or someone else is
criticized for how they look.
People are constantly judging others before they even know them! What is wrong with
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