by , Tuesday April 18, 2017
 P E R F E C T I O N



having all the required or desirable elements, qualities, or characteristics; as good as it is possible to be.
"she strove to be the perfect wife"

synonyms: ideal, model, without fault, faultless, flawless, consummate, quintessential, exemplary, best, ultimate, copybook; More

absolute; complete (used for emphasis).
"a perfect stranger"

synonyms: absolute, complete, total, real, out-and-out, thorough, thoroughgoing, downright, utter, sheer, arrant, unmitigated, unqualified, veritable, in every respect, unalloyed
"she felt like a perfect idiot"


make (something) completely free from faults or defects, or as close to such a condition as possible.
"he's busy perfecting his bowling technique"

synonyms: improve, better, polish (up), hone, refine, put the finishing/final touches to, brush up, fine-tune
"he's busy perfecting his bowling technique"

For some reason, we all believe in perfection, and what we think it is real. But maybe if you would allow me to, I can try and change your minds.



"You're perfect."


"She's perfect."


"How does her look so perfect without even trying?"


I don't think you guys and gals understand. Perfection isn't really a thing that exists out there. I just realized this the past few days because of this conversation I was having with a friend of mine, and we were talking about a pretty famous person. I remember searching this person up and seeing​this one particular post and telling my friend about I.

The post was a picture of this person with the title "How is he so perfect without even trying?" And I told my friend about the post,and instead of helping her prepare for the talent show, we had a long meaningful talk about perfection and how it doesn't exist. So we talked about this person,and everything he's worked for. This was when I came to the conclusion of there being no such thing as perfection. 

"I feel like they don't have the right to call someone perfect without knowing who they really are,and what they've been through," I said to my friend.

"And they think they have the right to call him perfect because of the way he looks,not because of who he is and what he does to make people happy,'" said my friend.

We talked about how perfection isn't a real thing,and how we all don't really have the right to call people perfect just because of their looks and what they do. But we really don't know what those people go through or what they did before people like us,and myself included,started to categorize them. We have people like YouTubers who have to gain popularity by gaining the interest in people, and posting content when it is expected. Celebrities have to make sure that they come out with a new album at least once a year, a new song, a new video. They all do it for you, and to ensure you're happiness. But what on fucking earth gives / us/ the right to call /them/ perfect just because of what they give us? The only thing we can give back is basically money that goes where? Support that goes where? Compliments that go where? And most importantly, empty (as fuck) words, that go where? Out the damn window guys and gals. Out the goddamn window.

I think that the reason why we call people perfect is because of the fact that they appear flawless. We have things like make up that make us appear "flawless" and such, we make people want to look like as as "perfect" as we are because of this mask we are all wearing. We all have masks that we wear in order to hide the general surface of things and under certain circumstances,that's okay.


I'm not here to tell you what you should or shouldn't be doing with your life, or how you should look. What I am telling you is that maybe you should look at this game differently​and take a "Perfect" face into consideration. Mainly because they just aren't perfect. If you give them a title without knowing them first, how do you think that will affect your life in the long run? You could just end up labeling people at first sight. 


Think about it. 

Love you all- Lil

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