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" The Beauty of Wrinkles ".

 

I have always been attracted to Ladies, who aesthetically show signs of, ... Maturity.

 

Perhaps it is a preconceived notion, that they are more learned, broad minded and intelligent, with whom life would never be boring.

I have even found those sometimes, ' silky streaks ' in the abdominal area,  to be very sensuous.

 

What are some of Your Thoughts, Feelings, and or Experiences, with regard to the above ?

 

Aah yes !, ... one more thing.  Wrinkles don't really hurt, now do they ?.

 

Puff, Puff,

 

**  S L  **

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Quoting Gentlebreeze2016:

I have heard it said that experience is the best teacher; I have also heard it said that in life there will be experiences that challenge us but the key is for a person to see these challenges as tuition and take the lessons from these experiences.  By these two statements it could be inferred that wrinkles or age equates to maturity as long as an individual learnt lessons from their life experiences.

**  Gentlebreeze  **

 

I appreciate your follow up, in the attempt to better understand ' Maturity '.

 

To my understanding, the life experiences that you cite above, leans more towards Wisdom.  The quality that definitely comes with age, and helps one make better decisions, and clearer judgments from a neutral unbiased position, minus any prejudice.

 

Maturity, is more akin to one's behaviour in an Adult manner, be it emotionally, mentally, and even physically responsible.  In general, wrinkles may point towards such and it usually does.  Be aware though, it is Not always a true indicator as I had learned in a recent experience.

 

Note : second line in the topic header,  " Perhaps it is a preconceived notion "....

 

Have you experienced any such situations ? , is what I am looking foreward to hear.

 

**  S L  **

 

 

 

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Quoting silverlion:

**  Gentlebreeze  **

 

You may say that, on the surface of this topic.   The big word in the header though, is ... Maturity.

 

Where does ' Maturity ' fit,  in one's life, and are Wrinkles any indication of such.  

 

And those who wish to conceal their wrinkles, are they still growing up, perhaps ?.  The ' don't hurt ' part.

 

Or there maybe No relationship, between Wrinkles and Maturity ?

 

Skin deep beauty, is not the topic.   Wrinkles vs Maturity, is the focus.

 

Thanks for your question, in helping clarify.

 

**  S L  **

I have heard it said that experience is the best teacher; I have also heard it said that in life there will be experiences that challenge us but the key is for a person to see these challenges as tuition and take the lessons from these experiences.  By these two statements it could be inferred that wrinkles or age equates to maturity as long as an individual learnt lessons from their life experiences.

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Quoting Gentlebreeze2016:

SL I guess in your view 'beauty is skin deep'?

**  Gentlebreeze  **

 

You may say that, on the surface of this topic.   The big word in the header though, is ... Maturity.

 

Where does ' Maturity ' fit,  in one's life, and are Wrinkles any indication of such.  

 

And those who wish to conceal their wrinkles, are they still growing up, perhaps ?.  The ' don't hurt ' part.

 

Or there maybe No relationship, between Wrinkles and Maturity ?

 

Skin deep beauty, is not the topic.   Wrinkles vs Maturity, is the focus.

 

Thanks for your question, in helping clarify.

 

**  S L  **

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Quoting Gentlebreeze2016:

Maryclaire I found the last statement funny: "I don't care what women/men do with their wrinles". You sent my  imaginative mind on a wild goose chase.

 

GENTLEBREEZE ,

 

Hahaha at least I was able to put your imagination to work ..

Who knows maybe you need it , if not then at least you know .. but in my opinion I will not spend any cent for that matter ..Id 

rather go to my fave Ice cream store and buy a choco - vanilla 

cone and share it with a poor kid ..

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Quoting Maryclaire2000:

 

GENTLEBREEZE ,

 

I think the same ..so SL is not alone with his natural beauty 

 

concept .. but on the other hand I dont care what women / 

 

men do with their wrinkles ..

Maryclaire I found the last statement funny: "I don't care what women/men do with their wrinles". You sent my  imaginative mind on a wild goose chase.
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Quoting silverlion:

**  Gentlebreez2016  **

 

I have nothing against The Beauty industries, and I actually adore ladies with their well groomed make up.

 

The Truth is, no amount of ' make up ' can ever change the animal inside it's skin.

 

My attraction towards ' wrinkles ', is based on a perception of Maturity, which can also be found in those without any wrinkles.

 

It's all about the character of one's mate.  Or as some may say " The Tiger does Not change it's Stripes ".

 

I hope the above gives you some clarity, with regards to the topic.

 

**  S L  **

 

SL I guess in your view 'beauty is skin deep'?
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Quoting Gentlebreeze2016:

SL the mega beauty industries will be coming after you if you are advising people to accept themselves- wrinkles, warts and all:)))

**  Gentlebreez2016  **

 

I have nothing against The Beauty industries, and I actually adore ladies with their well groomed make up.

 

The Truth is, no amount of ' make up ' can ever change the animal inside it's skin.

 

My attraction towards ' wrinkles ', is based on a perception of Maturity, which can also be found in those without any wrinkles.

 

It's all about the character of one's mate.  Or as some may say " The Tiger does Not change it's Stripes ".

 

I hope the above gives you some clarity, with regards to the topic.

 

**  S L  **

 

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Quoting Gentlebreeze2016:

SL the mega beauty industries will be coming after you if you are advising people to accept themselves- wrinkles, warts and all:)))

 

GENTLEBREEZE ,

 

I think the same ..so SL is not alone with his natural beauty 

 

concept .. but on the other hand I dont care what women / 

 

men do with their wrinkles ..

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Quoting silverlion:

" The Beauty of Wrinkles ".

 

I have always been attracted to Ladies, who aesthetically show signs of, ... Maturity.

 

Perhaps it is a preconceived notion, that they are more learned, broad minded and intelligent, with whom life would never be boring.

I have even found those sometimes, ' silky streaks ' in the abdominal area,  to be very sensuous.

 

What are some of Your Thoughts, Feelings, and or Experiences, with regard to the above ?

 

Aah yes !, ... one more thing.  Wrinkles don't really hurt, now do they ?.

 

Puff, Puff,

 

**  S L  **

SL the mega beauty industries will be coming after you if you are advising people to accept themselves- wrinkles, warts and all:)))
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Quoting funtimes0007:



*S L*

 

Your question and the main topic in hand reminds of a memorable and a classic dialogue between Gene Heckmen (Capt. Ramsey) and Denzel Washington (Hunter) movie, "Crimson Tide" in which the racial tensions between the two senior officers of a nuclear submarine, fighting over to launch or not launch nuclear missle as per headquarters command, ended up with a mutiny onboard and escalating to the following dialogue between the two seniors officers;

 

Capt. Ramsey: Speaking of horses did you ever see those Lipizzaner stallions.

 

Hunter: What?

 

Capt. Ramsey: From Portugal. The Lipizzaner stallions. The most highly trained horses in the world. They're all white?

 

Hunter: Yes, sir.

 

Capt. Ramsey: "Yes, sir" you're aware they're all white or "Yes, sir" you've seen them?

 

Hunter: Yes, sir I've seen them. Yes, sir I was aware that they're are all white. They are not from Portugal; they're from Spain and at birth, they're not white; they're black. Sir.

 

Capt. Ramsey: I didn't know that. But they are from Portugal.

[Chuckling]

 

Capt. Ramsey: Some of the things they do, uh, defy belief. Their training program is simplicity itself. You just stick a cattle prod up their ass and you can get a horse to deal cards.

 [Chuckles]

 

Capt. Ramsey: Simple matter of voltage.

 

At the end of the movie after Capt. ramsey recommending Hunter as the sucessor Captain of the Nuclear Subraine to the high command...

 

Hunter: Captain? I just wanted to say thank you.

 

Capt. Ramsey: You were right, and I was wrong! About the horses, the Lippizaners. They are from Spain, not Portugal!

 

Hunter: Yes, sir! (Smiles)

 

We have a long way to go to make people realize that the true reason people have different skin tones is "simply" human genetic way of adaption to its surroundings over millions of years evolution.

 

On the other hand, myself, I am from planet "Kepler 51b" simply observing the human evolution from the side lines :)

** funtimes  **

 

That last line, says it all for me as well.  One of my favorite human movies, is " Inherit The Wind ".  Starring Spencer Tracy.

 

As an extraterrestrial, I'm not so sure that evolution has been fully uncovered or totally understood to date.  It other words, evolution itself, is still evolving and has light years remaining, for all to be known.

 

There is ample proof for me to back up my theory, for I have personally witnessed, and experienced too many people that still behave primitavely,  much worse than a bunch of Apes. Regardless of their beautiful skins, or claimed intelligence.

 

One real small example for any doubting Thomase's, or Jane's, is the firing squad executions, in the state of Utah that continues, in this day and age.

 

No Ape would ever commit such " Atrocity ".

 

I M H O ,

 

**  S L  **

 

 

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Quoting funtimes0007:



*S L*

 

Your question and the main topic in hand reminds of a memorable and a classic dialogue between Gene Heckmen (Capt. Ramsey) and Denzel Washington (Hunter) movie, "Crimson Tide" in which the racial tensions between the two senior officers of a nuclear submarine, fighting over to launch or not launch nuclear missle as per headquarters command, ended up with a mutiny onboard and escalating to the following dialogue between the two seniors officers;

 

Capt. Ramsey: Speaking of horses did you ever see those Lipizzaner stallions.

 

Hunter: What?

 

Capt. Ramsey: From Portugal. The Lipizzaner stallions. The most highly trained horses in the world. They're all white?

 

Hunter: Yes, sir.

 

Capt. Ramsey: "Yes, sir" you're aware they're all white or "Yes, sir" you've seen them?

 

Hunter: Yes, sir I've seen them. Yes, sir I was aware that they're are all white. They are not from Portugal; they're from Spain and at birth, they're not white; they're black. Sir.

 

Capt. Ramsey: I didn't know that. But they are from Portugal.

[Chuckling]

 

Capt. Ramsey: Some of the things they do, uh, defy belief. Their training program is simplicity itself. You just stick a cattle prod up their ass and you can get a horse to deal cards.

 [Chuckles]

 

Capt. Ramsey: Simple matter of voltage.

 

At the end of the movie after Capt. ramsey recommending Hunter as the sucessor Captain of the Nuclear Subraine to the high command...

 

Hunter: Captain? I just wanted to say thank you.

 

Capt. Ramsey: You were right, and I was wrong! About the horses, the Lippizaners. They are from Spain, not Portugal!

 

Hunter: Yes, sir! (Smiles)

 

We have a long way to go to make people realize that the true reason people have different skin tones is "simply" human genetic way of adaption to its surroundings over millions of years evolution.

 

On the other hand, myself, I am from planet "Kepler 51b" simply observing the human evolution from the side lines :)

 

FUN ,

 

I like your story ..and I agree with your comment about skin color ..

 

HELP ! where are the other women or maybe a Dermatologist . 

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Quoting funtimes0007:

*S L*

 

Ok you need to stop giving all these French language homework assignments as we don't speak French :) else I am ready to give assignments in one of the 5 languages that I speak )

 

 

 

 

**  funtimes  **

 

I hear you, and believe that I did refocus on ' Skin '.  See my post of Sat, Sep 03 2016.  05:39

In fact it appears in the quote box of your most recent comment, to which I am responding.

 

All that aside, what are your thoughts on the ignorance surrounding the issue of one's pigmentation in their skin, whether wrinkled or not ?.

 

One might say, it's another topic , but we are dealing with the same human organ.  There is a lot more to it than mere wrinkles, so let's talk folks.

 

M J, may even be listening, aboard the ' soul train '.

We miss you, Mike.

 

** S L **

 

 

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Quoting silverlion:


**  Maryclaire  **

 

Yes, you are correct, and went to a good nursing school.

 

Our Skin is,  the largest ' organ ' of the human anatomy.  Besides the issue of Wrinkles, which is a friendly topic,  it is also responsible for many serious conflicts.

 

The Irony of it, is the fact that an organ which is supposed to beautify and protect, is also the cause of much Bias, Prejudice, Discrimination, and even Racism leading to many stupid wars.

 

Often makes me wonder, how much longer will such ignorance continue to endure ?.

 

To all those who have ' Wrinkles ',  be happy you've made it this far.

 

**  S L  **

 

 

 

 

 

SL ,

 

Thank you for the acknowledgement .Now I can sleep peacefully ...Haha

 

I agree with you about the prejudice regarding " the Skin " 

color ( the Skin itself has nothing to do with it ) ..I know the colors of the skin but I was born in a country wherein colors 

are never an issue and in my own opinion it is the achievement and the behaviour of a person that counts ... 

 

PS ..

 

I will go back to the other homework because I don't want to 

leave it unanswered ...The meaning of the female Hairdresser ..I will try my best but not sure by following the German Lexicon  ..ok here it is ..

 

      Friseur - is the male Barber - Hairdresser  while 

      Friseuse - is the female Hairdresser 

                             therefore 

     Coiffeur - is the male Hairdresser 

     Coiffeuse - is the Female Hairdresser  in French

 

Oh SL dont give me Zero for the Philosophical hack ..

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Quoting Maryclaire2000:

 

SL ,

 

Ok ...as far as I can remember in my Anatomy Class ...as we 

 

look ourselves ..It is the " SKIN " as the largest organ of our 

 

body ( not really known to everybody as an Organ ) because it

 

covers our body from the face to the feet thus protecting the 

 

Internal Organs ...

 

I hope you are satisfied with my answer .. Will I get an A +  ??

**  Maryclaire  **

 

Yes, you are correct, and went to a good nursing school.

 

Our Skin is,  the largest ' organ ' of the human anatomy.  Besides the issue of Wrinkles, which is a friendly topic,  it is also responsible for many serious conflicts.

 

The Irony of it, is the fact that an organ which is supposed to beautify and protect, is also the cause of much Bias, Prejudice, Discrimination, and even Racism leading to many stupid wars.

 

Often makes me wonder, how much longer will such ignorance continue to endure ?.

 

To all those who have ' Wrinkles ',  be happy you've made it this far.

 

**  S L  **

 

 

 

 

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Quoting silverlion:

**  Maryclaire  **

 

O K, ... Smartypants !.   You were not supposed to look at a dictionary. 

For doing that,  you now have to tell us what the word is for a female hairdresser  ?.  No cheating this time. 

 

And since you are a nurse,  you can also tell us what the largest organ in the human body happens to be ?.

 

Again, no looking in any books etc.  No harm if you don't know. 

 

Perhaps a Doctor may come on board. 

 

Puff, Puff, 

 

**  S L  **

 

 

SL ,

 

Ok ...as far as I can remember in my Anatomy Class ...as we 

 

look ourselves ..It is the " SKIN " as the largest organ of our 

 

body ( not really known to everybody as an Organ ) because it

 

covers our body from the face to the feet thus protecting the 

 

Internal Organs ...

 

I hope you are satisfied with my answer .. Will I get an A +  ??

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Quoting Dolcedileche:

Good evening all!

 

Late to the conversation.  However, wrinkles or smooth...love the skin you are in. 

 

I think of the lines around my mouth as a permanent smile since I try to laugh alot.

 

Remain blessed.

 

Dolce

**  Dolcedileche  **

 

I would love to see your ' permanent smile  '.  

 

Wouldn't we all,  fellow members ?.

 

Aaaw,  come on Dolce  !.  Just do it. 

That's what friends are for. ....Dion W... keep smiling. ...

 

**  S L  **

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Quoting Maryclaire2000:

 

SL , 

 

At 1st I didn't see any difference between the 2 words , the Spelling was wrong but after I looked at the Dictionary I was 

really surprised ..I totally forgot that words with " er " at the 

end referred to a person ..hmm.. 

 

      COIFFUER -  is a male Hairdresser 

 

      COIFFURE - is the Hairdressing or Hairdo 

 

 

 

**  Maryclaire  **

 

O K, ... Smartypants !.   You were not supposed to look at a dictionary. 

For doing that,  you now have to tell us what the word is for a female hairdresser  ?.  No cheating this time. 

 

And since you are a nurse,  you can also tell us what the largest organ in the human body happens to be ?.

 

Again, no looking in any books etc.  No harm if you don't know. 

 

Perhaps a Doctor may come on board. 

 

Puff, Puff, 

 

**  S L  **

 

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Good evening all!

 

Late to the conversation.  However, wrinkles or smooth...love the skin you are in. 

 

I think of the lines around my mouth as a permanent smile since I try to laugh alot.

 

Remain blessed.

 

Dolce

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Quoting MMCounselor:

I love my skin......never have to carry a purse, I just hide my money and phone under my wrinkles.   As I age I will soon be able to hide my laptop.

Have a good week my friends. 

 

This is great and funny .. I hope I can do it too .. Lol .

 

Its true what Funtimes said ..Our old Ladies have hide the 

 

money in their Bra's or have sewed it under the folds of their

 

dresses specially when travelling ..and lately my own 

 

experience and my friends we hide the money inside our 

 

socks and stockings ...