9 UGLY Things Attractive Women NEVER Wear!

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37 Comments on “9 UGLY Things Attractive Women NEVER Wear!”

  1. I love your channel especially if im having a bad day you have such positive energy it is contagious thank you for all the great videos now i have to find angry momma lol

  2. I absolutely agree with everything..buuuttt..I LOVE my black Steve Madden platform slides..the ones we ALL had back in hs and college. I’ll wear them until they fall apart and then probably buy them again 🤣🤣

    1. OMG!! I still have mine too. I can’t get rid of those Steve Madden platform slides!! They are epic. I rarely wear them though. Just admire them in the closet

  3. 100% with you on the class rings! It is why when I graduated from college, and my parents offered to buy me one, I asked for a vintage ring with my school colors. I still wear it to this day, and I receive so many compliments. My highschool ring just sits in a box never to be worn again after only maybe 6 months of wear.

    1. Eh, I’d say it depends on the ring and the culture of the school/area. The ring for my school is completely unique and is a very important tradition so most girls continue to wear them long after high school (I’m 27 and still wear mine everyday). They’re also a useful way to spot alumni lol

    2. @G S it’s a special ring that a student usually receives during 11th grade that symbolizes their status as “upperclassmen”. The ring has the school’s name and the student’s graduation year and possibly the student’s name engraved on the inside. You can usually pick what type of metal you want and the color stone. Like I said before, the symbolism and importance of the ring can vary from school to school; my school’s ring is a very important tradition, but at other school’s it doesn’t matter at all

    3. @jenie R it’s a special ring that a student usually receives during 11th grade that symbolizes their status as “upperclassmen”. The ring has the school’s name and the student’s graduation year and possibly the student’s name engraved on the inside. You can usually pick what type of metal you want and the color stone. Like I said before, the symbolism and importance of the ring can vary from school to school; my school’s ring is a very important tradition that has a big ceremony and formal dance later that night, but at other school’s it doesn’t matter at all

  4. This was all so hilarious! AND THEN you got to class rings. Can you believe I recently wore mine for a few weeks? I graduated in ’83 and am very proud of my alma mater: White Station High, Memphis, TN. I will always love that ring, and I also have one from my college alma mater. To your point, I love it and always will, am secure in my self-image when I wear it (ha!), and it evokes the best memories.

    Still, your commentary on class rings was funny. I’ve never heard of or seen a DIY shirt. The blue/white stripe tunic was truly horrifying. Rock on, Shea!

    1. Alesa,
      Hi, I am from Memphis also. I did not attend White Station High School, but did see Micheal Bolton perform a charity event. I hear Memphis has really changed since I moved away in 1998. Hope you have a wonderful week.😊

  5. Lol, this is so funny! I actually laughed out loud when you said “I’m talking class rings.” Hahahaha! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣I completely agree with you! Actually, I agree with you about everything mentioned in this video except… lol… the denim shorts! Lol, I can’t help it! I think the pockets showing is cute! I do! I admit it. 🙋🏽‍♀️ 🤣🤣

  6. I feel so good about myself right now, I’ve never owned any of these! 😂 Closest I came was when my baggage got sent somewhere not to Paris where i was and the airline have me a plain oversized white t shirt. So I cut the sleeves to make them flutter and tied the shoulder up so they wouldn’t droop of my shoulder, and left the rest as it was. I got cat called, which made me annoyed and self conscious at the time, but it just makes me laugh now.

  7. I loved my orthopedic platform flip flops; its bottom thickness supported my arch, shins and knees. Those favorite flip flops were so soft, spongy and comfortable; it had nice shiny straps. I finally ditched it when one strap broke off. A cardboard flat style is a no-no for me.

  8. I still wear my class ring many, MANY years after graduation and next to my wedding ring, it is my second most important piece of jewelry. Disclaimer: I graduated from a SACRED HEART high school so our class rings are a one of a kind design and unique to our school system across the world.

  9. Shea 💕💕 I agree with you on all of these! I actually did try the platform sandal though and they didn’t feel or look right to me! 😅 I was just talking to mom about those shirts that have shirts stuck together 😅 I was telling she needed to get rid of them. Love you Shea! 💕

  10. I agree with EVERYTHING! My class ring was great during my senior year, but it’s been in my jewelry box ever since!🤣. I like your Angry Mama game – emailed my answer (twice because I goofed a bit the first time), so keeping my fingers crossed to win!!🤞🏻😊

  11. I’m with you on the class rings!
    When I graduated from high school and college, my parents offered for us to look at the jewelry store for an alternative “class ring.” My ring from college graduation is a rose gold ring with a chain-like design and diamonds. I love it and wear it every day. And no one would know it’s my “class ring!”

  12. I have to admit.. the denim shorts with pockets peeking out, the platform flip flops, and the clothes with holes in them, are all things I wear in the summer regularly 😂 and I won’t be stopping due to this video. I think they are cute, and I live in Florida where the less material on your skin the better in the summer. But I absolutely love watching you and your energy is contagious ❤️

  13. I’ve been wearing my class ring since Oct 2010! 11 years 😅 I still love looking at it all these years later. I love my school and there are days I wish I could go back 😁 no hard feelings 👍😁 keep making these videos, I love them 😊

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