I Am Too Pretty

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  • Published on:  Sunday, February 10, 2019
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  • maya
    maya  3 months ago +8800

    Her:"I wore baggy clothes to cover up the curves I was getting,"
    Me: I wear baggy clothes to cover up the rolls I was getting.

  • Jonathan Meddis
    Jonathan Meddis  21 days ago +1763

    When your life is so good you start making up problems

  • 2 subs with one vid
    2 subs with one vid  28 days ago +1570

    "I wore the s e x i e s t dress i could find'
    A couple minutes later
    "Stop looking at me!"

  • Chasidy Haddon
    Chasidy Haddon  14 days ago +513

    I didn’t know being pretty and smart was a problem let’s trade.

  • FeverishTube FeverishTubePlayz

    Girl: wears a sexy dress to attract people’s attention
    Also girl: STOP STARING AT ME

  • Devin J. Bowden
    Devin J. Bowden  28 days ago +2782

    Okay, I'm really going to need to see a picture, now. 😑

  • Shook
    Shook  14 days ago +494

    "i wore the sexiest dress i could find"
    Later: everyone looks at her

  • Galaxy Gacha
    Galaxy Gacha  28 days ago +474

    “I wish I am ugly” remember when she said she was good at school. She clearly failed English class.

  • BornA Leo
    BornA Leo  21 days ago +341

    Her:im to pretty
    Me:im to ugly
    Like this is u wish u were pretty

  • Echo
    Echo  7 days ago +89

    Starving kids in third world countries- We might not have dinner tonight!
    Privileged girl in a first world country- in whiny voice I’M TO PRETTYYYYY!!!

  • Larisa Stark
    Larisa Stark  1 months ago +3345

    Her: I'm too pretty, like beautiful
    Me: I'm too ugly, like hidious

  • Samurai Levi
    Samurai Levi  21 days ago +275

    Oh no you poor baby!
    While you’re gorgeous, there’s poor people out there who get bullied for their looks.

  • Santachu Walker
    Santachu Walker  21 days ago +290

    “I’m too pretty. I wish I was ugly.”
    Slenderman: Hold my beer. 🍺

  • heresthemftea 2
    heresthemftea 2  21 days ago +157

    Thumbnail : "I wish I am ugly"
    Me : Grammer has left the chat

  • Sloppy 72
    Sloppy 72  7 days ago +38

    Literally no body
    Not even a single soul
    Not even God
    Pretty girl : I’m really pretty like gorgeous

  • Kpop Fan
    Kpop Fan  6 months ago +36514

    I'm too beautiful
    I'm too ugly
    I'm too normal
    I'm too smart
    I'm too talented
    I'm too rich

  • Chananchida Muanjeen
    Chananchida Muanjeen  21 days ago +179

    Her: I am too pretty.
    Says the one who's eyes aren't equal

  • Bts and blackpink made my armlink buckle

    Lets stop staring ar the girl that wore the sexist dress that she found.

  • I'm bored af
    I'm bored af  14 days ago +63

    Girl why the hell you complaining that you got a good start in life?!? You're "beautiful" (Can't say because we don't know how you look), you're "smart" I wish I am ugly, doesn't help your case, while I'm over here struggling to not overdose on McDonalds so I don't start sweating grease!

  • hi im venom
    hi im venom  21 days ago +129

    Yeah it's very hard to be pretty.
    Listen here.
    Go outside,take a brick, and punch yourself in the face 3 times.