clothings, cars, jewelry stereotyping

United States
October 5, 2007 2:37pm CST
SHOULD YOU BE STEREOTYPED BY WHAT CLOTHES YOU WEAR? I don't think you should be sterotyped by what you drive, wear, or the cars you drive. I think you should be judged by what's on the inside and not the outside. Daquaveus Ebison
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@MsEddie86 (234)
• United States
28 Mar 08
i totally agree with u, most people judge because u drive a benz or a car with rims that u got money or somethin like that. and they dont realize they work jus like everyone else does to get them. i actually have a truck with rims and things inside of it and i get looks when i do drive it and i get approached by guys thinkin i can take care of them, i worked really hard to get those things done on the truck and i still had my priorities of my daughter first so i think i deserved to get those things. those were my presents to myself, but yes people are judged by the cover.
@GardenGerty (130185)
• United States
22 Oct 07
I would agree. And if people are observant, some of the most well off people drive older cars, have modest homes, and classic or comfortable clothes. They do not attract attention to themselves. I just like to see clean people, Prefer not to see too much of their naked body. and I do not like profanity on their shirt. Other than that, if it is jeans and a t shirt, sneakers or flipflops, that is fine with me. You will find me right there in the same set of clothes.
• Canada
5 Oct 07
Hello and welcome to Mylot...hope you will enjoy it here..I sure do. When I saw this discussion I could not help but comment because it so closely mirrors my beliefs about people. The outer appearance is just she wisely said we all bleed the same on the inside. If only we could see that and totally realize that within our seeming differences we are all a lot the same. We want to be loved, honored, respected, listened to, understood and accepted for who we are. So yes, judging people through outer appearances is not an indicator of true you said it is on the inside that counts. Cheers, Raia