Attention Whores

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Why would you cover your face? This is just screaming to someone, “Hey, look at my body and only my body!”

Growing up, I remember encountering a certain sect of females whose fathers just failed to hug them tight and tell them that they are a beautiful creature, whom deserve to be respected and loved. They would then grow up to be the girls who the gossip viciously spread like wildfire about how many guys she slept with in one night, or possibly at the same time. I’d run into them at a bar after High School, and they’d spend the night telling me how they’re stripping for College and how I should come see them one night.

No thanks.

Fast forward 10 years, and she’s still stripping. For College, of course. However, with the advent of Social Media, a whole new beast has emerged. Seemingly clean girls, with moralistic background and supportive parents who flaunt their bodies on Social Media and whore for likes, as opposed to love. The thing missing from the equation? The dicks. These girls have slept with minimal men, and yet still crave to receive attention from any human willing to supply it.

This has made me come to a surprising crossroad. One where I find myself respecting the girl who chooses to fill her void with sex, something I never thought I could do. Respect girls who have no respect for themselves. These “Social Media Goddesses” seem to have the utmost respect and confidence, they’re just vain. And that’s not a cool story.

I’ve never been to a strip club in my life, but the picture I used for this blog sent me over the edge, so in the near future I may see that change. I’ll simply walk in, request the back room, give a stripper a hug, whisper “respect, girl” in her ear, and ‘Clayton Kershaw’ a knot of singles at her face and roll out.

Maybe I’ll get a Ciroc and Cranberry before I leave, if I didn’t break her nose with that fastball of 1’s.

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6 thoughts on “Attention Whores

  1. jannatwrites

    I think the turn society has taken is pretty sad, really. It’s like humanity is in a drought as we become shallower people. Personally, I’d rather have the love from the handful of people I hold dear in my life than the ‘likes’ of hundreds of strangers online 🙂

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  2. Silver Screenings

    You make a lot of good points, and it’s a refreshing perspective. It’s kind of sad, when you think about it – the main focus in these girls’ lives is marketing their bodies? Really? When there are so many other things to do in the world? Ack, I guess I’m more old-fashioned than I thought.

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    1. kennymurdockcomedy Post author

      I love that you referred to it as marketing. That’s exactly what social media is. Of course people use it for personal gain more, but at the end of the day it’s to market yourself as a commodity. I’d respect these girls more if they were making money off of their beauty.

      It’s sort of a double edged sword. I’ve had a lot of people tell me I’m wrong and that it’s their bodies to do with what they please. Just, to me, it seems like a waste of their bodies.

      To me, at least, it seems like something is lacking, and their filling it up with likes on the internet; a malfunction of the brain that interprets likes as something to provide the rush.

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