I was in an elevator yesterday, and the conversation between two ladies went something like this:
“I went to lunch with Christina today! It was nice.”
“Oh, that’s lovely”
“She’s so pretty. She looks so good everyday. I told her to stop being so pretty!”
*giggles from both ladies*
This light hearted laced sarcasm is a mask covering insecurities and envy. So many women believe something is wrong with their appearance. We compare and contrast internally, and then joke about it out loud to others.
Sarcasm is negative. The undertone of any sarcastic remark is full of negativity.
Let’s embrace our own beauty and the beauty of others.