Sometimes It Is The Little Things

I was at a dance recently, and one of the ladies I danced with stood out above the others. It wasn’t that she was the best dancer. Or that she was the best looking there (although she was cute). Rather, what set her apart was her attitude… and her smile. She came across as happy, even joyful. And her smile lit up her face.

This is something that a lot of women could afford to learn: A pleasant attitude and a cheerful smile go a long way in setting yourself apart from other women.

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15 responses to “Sometimes It Is The Little Things

  1. MK

    Something a lot of women could afford to learn a pleasant attitude and smile go a long way in setting yourself apart from other women.

    Amen. Flip side? A lot of men could afford to learn how being fit, tailored, and having a firm gaze/no smile setting apart effect from other men. Lots of room for both sexes to stand apart as the competition is painfully weak these days (due to low parental investment is my theory).

    Btw, how were the dancers, both sexes?

  2. fuzziewuzziebear

    It has to be the most powerful tool that women have to enhance their beauty and it is overlooked. Could it be that is because there is no money to be made in telling women so?

  3. This is something that a lot of women could afford to learn: A pleasant attitude and a cheerful smile go a long way in setting yourself apart from other women.

    Ah, but you see, that demands EFFORT on the woman’s part. That, plus it implies that there is something wrong or imperfect in the way she is, and only a nasty misogynist would dare even think that a woman has any flaws.

  4. Kate

    Oooh! Sounds nice! Are you going to ask her out?

  5. Kate, I didn’t have the chance. I was at a class, and she left the moment it ended. Never really had a chance to talk, unfortunately.

  6. @ Feeriker

    Sadly correct. Many women become vicious when you mention smiling. It is disturbing on many levels.

  7. @ MK

    Well, there are a lot of things that men and women can do. I just mentioned one.

    It was a class with a mix of skill ranges, with mine being on the lower end. Some, men and women alike, were pretty good.

  8. Kate

    Maybe next time! 🙂

  9. Larry

    I assume it wasn’t a church-sponsored dance. Because that just isn’t done any more.

  10. Larry, you are sadly right.

  11. MK

    DG, Well, there are a lot of things that men and women can do. I just mentioned one.

    I did a poor job of explaining myself above; my point was that for men to understand why women seem dumb here it helps examine where men don’t easily understand what is a big deal to women. At least for me. In truth, both men and women spend a lot of time/money attracting the opposite sex (think about makeup or cars) yet few spend much time being intelligent about it.

    It’s actually hard to fake a genuine “I’m really happy and want to be here” smile. In the same way clothing (esp shoes) and attitude are an integral part of a man’s lifestyle so they are hard to fake day after day. IMO this is why men and women key on these sorts of things; they are hard to change and/or fake.

  12. Novaseeker

    In truth, both men and women spend a lot of time/money attracting the opposite sex

    Which is fundamentally stupid.

    Being attractive to the opposite sex doesn’t come from trying to be attractive to the opposite sex, and never has. Being a try hard doesn’t work, and never has worked, and it is a fundamentally stupid way to live.

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  14. In Washington and Oregon there is a healthy folk dancing scene. My church and my family have both hosted dances. The next one my family is hosting will occur on August 12th of this year and is a fundraiser for the homeschooling organization. Ya’ll should come.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/834794903352462/?active_tab=about

  15. MK

    <Jermemy: In Washington & Oregon there is a healthy folk dancing scene.

    Several questions:
    1) How much of your church/family networking is by Facebook?
    2) Denomination of church? How much denomination intermingling?
    3) Different music styles? Are the families more prudish or worldly?
    I’ve no agenda here, just curious & think it’s cool this stuff is going on.

    Nova: Being a try hard doesn’t work…stupid way to live.

    Straw man IMO. Improving one’s qualities (clothing for men, smiles for women, fitness for both) is often learned behavior and not being a “try hard”. It’s improving oneself and making a better world for everyone. I only started tailoring clothing long after I was married, and the benefits of looking better adds value in many ways. I was just stupid/antisocial to not know how or why. The rise of one’s SMV is a nice by-product.

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