A house without mirrors!

@Script (592)
Australia
April 15, 2007 2:10am CST
Could you live in a house without mirrors? I'm actually going to make a generalization here and say the women would find it a lot more difficult than what the men would... Guys, please correct me if I'm wrong!
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@mystery5 (351)
• India
2 May 07
Well, I'd need a mirror of SOME kind! Atleast a small, beauty mirror to see my face vaguely. I think men would need a mirror too! I have my hair cut short now, and I think that I could have managed if I had my hair long - it doesn't take too much effort to comb long hair, and I'd need a mirror only in case of make up. But men have their hair short, and short hair really tends to stand up all the time, and in all the wrong directions. It would only be a shabby man who never looks in the mirror!
• Hong Kong
13 Jun 07
Oh I am a woman and I don't look at the mirror too often, still, come to think about it, it's really difficult to live totally without mirror. I need that to put my makeup on every morning and I need that to put my skincare items on every night. Besides, I have to look at myself and my outfit before going out. I can't imagine living without mirror totally *laughs*, I guess if I have to live without mirrors, I might start to look "wild".
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@Script (592)
• Australia
13 Jun 07
Looking a bit wild can be good too *wink*
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• Hong Kong
13 Jun 07
*laughs* I don't mind looking "a bit" wild but maybe not too wild haha. Happy days.
@makingpots (11922)
• United States
13 Jun 07
I like to have mirrors in a house more for what they do to make rooms seem bigger than for checking my own reflection.
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@Script (592)
• Australia
13 Jun 07
Cool... using mirrors as a decoration piece is always a great idea for opening up a room and creating the illusion of space.
• United States
13 Jun 07
I live in a house that has about three mirrors. I need a mirror to do my hair, and to wash my face and brush my teeth.I think it would be hard for both sexes. Men need a mirror to shave.
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@Script (592)
• Australia
13 Jun 07
Good point, I didn't think about guys shaving using a mirror!
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@superchook (1786)
• Australia
15 Apr 07
I could live in the house without mirrors, I think. I hate looking in mirrors. Then again, I do like to look at my teeth while I am brushing them, so maybe I couldn't go without.
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@Script (592)
• Australia
15 Apr 07
This is a hard one for me... I'm like you and look in the mirror when I'm brushing my teeth and doing my hair. I don't use mirrors so much in my every day life. However when I go out, I do the girlie thing and look in the mirror when I'm trying to decide what to wear. I only have two mirrors in the house, but I think I'd definitely like to keep at least one of them!
• India
13 Jun 07
I cant live in such a house. We need mirror to comb our hair. Especially, it is difficult for women to do their make up. Mirror is needed to see our face before moving out of our house.
@joyce959 (1562)
• Philippines
2 May 07
I dont like to live in a house without mirror. We have mirrors in the house, in the wash room/ bath room, in the kitchen, dining and bedroom. I also have tiny mirror in my bag. I think most men also look themselves up in a mirror, so they need it too.
• Philippines
2 May 07
maybe it quite difficult for some women (and also men), but for me, it's not that bad if i live in a house without mirror. in my daily routine, after i took a bath in the morning (this includes brushing my teeth), i just wear my office uniform and brush my hair, and run to the office. i'm always in a hurry, so if i have to do some other things that will be needing a mirror, i will do that in the office. and i'm not so conscious with my looks, i don't have other rituals in front of the mirror like some girls doing. so not having a mirror would not be a problem with me..
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