Friday, January 8, 2010

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder?

what the hell does this mean?Beauty is in the eye of the beholder?
What do you mean ';what the hell does this mean?';

Who on earth has been teaching you English, that you don't understand this? The ';beholder'; is someone who sees, so, it's really simple:

My old dog is getting grey and a bit dribbly, but I still find her beautiful, because I see her as she used to be. (I'm the beholder).

Your mum is beautiful to you, isn't she? Even if she's got sticky-up hair and she's in her dressing-gown? (You're the beholder).

That is the simplest explanation. But once you understand it, how it makes you feel, is something else entirely.Beauty is in the eye of the beholder?
It means beauty is subjective and that whether one individual could think that someone is beautiful... someone next to them could think the complete oposite. So therefore they are the beholder of the beauty they see :)
It means each to his own.

Everybody has there own perception of beauty:

I could see John Smith as the most beautiful person in the world, however, my friend may think he's ugly.
hahaha idk..i think that everyone is beautiful in there own way?

answer mine please!!;鈥?/a>
different people find different things pretty or beautiful. One person may think someone is pretty while someone else thinks there ugly
it means that ^ ^

like i think eminem is SO hot but then my friends think he's ugly.

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