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What can you say with your ASIAN features?


What can you say with your ASIAN features?  

19 members have voted

  1. 1. Asian's Complexion

    • YES,I am contented the way my skin is already.
    • NO,I wish i have white skin.
  2. 2. Asian's Hair

    • YES,I am contented being brunette.
    • NO,I wish i have blonde hair.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
I'm a little offended by this post. If you hate being yourself, then why live?

If you feel offended, i am sorry, i never meant to offend my fellow Asians. But to generate "ASIAN polls." :)

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam

I don't think this poll has anything to do with hating yourself. I mean, we're all in love and working hard to make our dreams come true! This is not a divorce support forum, after all.

This is about trying to look our best for our loves, and we are curious about who thinks what looks good. That is not a given. Different things look good for different cultures, and it is good to share information. My fiancee, for example, likes to keep her skin pale if she can. There is no harm in that, and in fact that is good, because we all know that sun is bad for your skin. If she wanted to get plastic surgery on her nose, I would never agree to that, because she is very beautiful the way she is, and surgery has great risk to one's health.

I think this poll is light-hearted, and hasn't got deeper or more sinister meaning than what you read.

And now, I already broke my promise to myself. No most posts until I am ready to travel tomorrow! I leave tomorrow for Vietnam to be with my sweetie!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Malaysia
I'm a little offended by this post. If you hate being yourself, then why live?

Hmmmm... actually this poll thing reminds me of how much my fiance loves the way I look and how much I appreciate what is given to me (my features)... so come on, cheer up! :star:


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Thailand

I love my tan!!

I like my hair red/bronze brown a lot of time but sometimes I like it a little darker.. I just like to have a little hint of red in my hair (not a fake color) so in the building it's dark but in the sun it's different :blush:

I'm very happy with myself.. just wish I could fit in my old cloth.. that's all :P

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Filed: Country: Vietnam

My best Asian feature is that I got good grades in school. Since I'm not Asian I can actually say I don't care for my easily burning white skin. I can no longer get a tan after my bout with excessive sunburns when I was a teenager. The red hair finally kicked in.

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