I Am Too Pretty

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  • Published on:  Sunday, February 10, 2019
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    Hi, I’m Callie, and I’m going to tell you a story that might seem a little unusual.

    I’m really pretty. Like, beautiful. I know that might sound like bragging—and to be honest, it feels like bragging, because I don’t always feel beautiful—but enough people have told me I am that I’ve come to believe that is how most people perceive me.

    The attention I got for my appearance started when I was a baby. People would tell my mom, “Oh, you have such a beautiful baby.” “You should enter her in contests!” Pretty normal, right? I mean, people love babies. But it continued when I was a toddler. A modeling agent approached my mom in a restaurant when I was three to see if she could sign me. My mom said no—three was too young, she thought. But the attention didn’t stop as I grew older, and eventually my mom was asking me if I would consider a career in modeling, or acting.

    By that time, I was starting to feel really self-conscious. People commented on my looks so much. I hadn’t even hit puberty yet, and I was already getting cat-called on the street. I loved math and science, but nobody seemed to care that I was good at those things. Most adults I interacted with commented on how I’d be “beating the boys away with sticks” soon, or how I’d have no trouble finding a husband. When I was thirteen, I started a YouTube channel dedicated to robotics, one of my greatest loves. But in the comments section, people would leave comments like “ur hot,” or “shame you’re not legal.” Stuff that made me really uncomfortable.

    I started wearing baggy clothes to hide the curves I was developing. I kept my textbooks over my chest in the hallways at school. I started getting so anxious about when the next unwanted comment would come that I would spend breaks between classes in the restroom throwing up. I started showing up late for class so I didn’t have to walk through the halls when there was a crowd.

    And the other problem with being too pretty? People don’t like you. Other girls think you’re full of yourself. And guys only want you so they can brag to their friends about how they got with you. People also don’t think you’re smart. I was the butt of so many dumb blonde jokes, even though I was a great student. Once, my mom told me I was so pretty that I wouldn’t need to worry about going to college. I’d be able to snag a doctor, or a lawyer, and he would take care of me. That hurt more than anything. Between my self-consciousness and the way my classmates resented me, I didn’t have any close friends. And with the way people didn’t take my aspirations seriously, I started to doubt my own ability to have a career in robotics like I wanted.




    So I decided that if this was how the world was determined to see me—as just an object—then that’s what I’d be. I traded my baggy clothes for low-cut tops. I started wearing lipstick, and flirted with the guys who gave me attention, even if I knew they had girlfriends. I did not care about anyone. I’d gossip about the other girls who I knew had been gossiping about me for years. I stopped trying in my classes. A couple of teachers noticed, but I blew them off when they tried to talk to me. I wasn’t sure if this made me happy, but I keep doing it, perhaps because I was so tried of proving my real self to others.

    I didn’t stop. For Homecoming, I wore the sexiest dress I could find. A chaperone told me I’d violated the dress code, and handed me a sweater to cover up. Everyone looked at me and I could tell they were shocked. Perhaps for two main reasons. One, this doesn’t look like me, because that’s not my style. And second,, well, because I looked very attractive. However, twinges of my old self-consciousness resurfaced. Then a guy walked by and pinched my backside. That was the last straw. I couldn’t take it any longer! I started to cry uncontrollably. People began to stare at me, some of them snickering and whispering to each other. “What are you looking at?” I screamed at them. “Stop staring at me!” I couldn’t stop myself. I felt so hurt and confused and alone. I fled the dance and went out to my car. My hands were shaking so badly I was lucky I made it home in one piece. I locked myself in my room and refused to come out. It’s not like I could ever go back to school, after the scene I’d made.

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  • Lenka M

     (Feb 11, 2019)

    I'm too beautifulI'm too uglyI'm too normalI'm too smartI'm too talentedI'm too richI'm too *DONE WITH YOUR BRAGGING*

  • Frances Robles

     (3 hours ago)

    Dam don't gotta mean

  • edwin velez

     (3 hours ago)

    LOL

  • Stephen Lodolinski

     (2 days ago)

    Thumbnail:I wish I am ugly_Grammar 100_

  • Leiona Mcmeme

     (1 hour ago)

    XD

  • Lariza Alvarado

     (5 hours ago)

    LMFAOOO

  • Angel Pupz

     (1 day ago)

    -_- what's next, __*_im too rich_*

  • Slow child at Play Jones

     (2 hours ago)

    Im beautiful too!! But 21 piolits made me realize im not happy😞

  • The channel of cray

     (5 hours ago)

    Lol guessed it

  • Andreyna Gladefield

     (1 day ago)

    "Im too pretty"Yeah you can always have dreams

  • Aja Sira Bandeh

     (13 hours ago)

    You mean nightmares 😂

  • Cri

     (2 days ago)

    Type in "Callie's robotics"You may be surprised

  • Pamela Enage

     (49 minutes ago)

    I searched it... To be honest, She's' really not that pretty.

  • Yeema Wheaver

     (2 hours ago)

    +cafemocha so is this not really the artistes story then

  • Art With Kacie

     (Feb 10, 2019)

    Damn wanna trade faces

  • jill mont

     (7 hours ago)

    L Lj she’s in the thumbnail for her videos, it’s called Callie’s robotics, it’s the girl with reddish brown hair

  • Pastel Panda Bear

     (8 hours ago)

    She's probably lyingggggg.

  • sksjdj sndh

     (1 day ago)

    cry me a river, girl. most of this has nothing to do with being pretty. that's probably why people thought she was full of herself. because she is.

  • Aquarius Amethyst

     (1 hour ago)

    +Elysian Beauty Look up her video... She's plain and kinda ugly.

  • Elysian Beauty

     (1 hour ago)

    +lil mochi cant even see her face 😂😂😂

  • Nuriel

     (1 day ago)

    If I was "too pretty" I'd abuse that fact to its fullest potential to get everything I want. I definitely wouldn't complain.

  • Nuriel

     (1 minute ago)

    +Vanessa Alicea When it comes to the twisted mind of a rapist, it doesn't matter how pretty the woman in question is. He'll rape no matter what.

  • Aquarius Amethyst

     (1 hour ago)

    On a side note: I think her throwing up and shit is her just being a sensitive baby, it isn't that serious. And she honestly looks very plain... She isn't that pretty. I'd say average at best. Take this video with a grain of salt.

  • Fleur Isobel

     (1 day ago)

    Type in Callies Robotics... it will make you feel like a goddess

  • Bandobsessed 2021

     (3 hours ago)

    Haha ok

  • funfun toons

     (7 hours ago)

    Just a average girl

  • littrealy

     (1 day ago)

    *Broooo the girl who said all of this was literally not that pretty at all, sis CHILL LMFAO*

  • Jeuel Nathan

     (7 hours ago)

    littrealy what’s her ig?

  • Vanessa Quintana

     (11 hours ago)

    Look up “Callie’s Robotics” on YouTube, that was her ChAnNeL