37 Things To Call Me Besides "Hot"
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37 Things To Call Me Besides "Hot"

I am more than what is skin deep

37 Things To Call Me Besides "Hot"

I know I am attractive. I hope I didn't sound conceited just then, I just know it for a fact after being told so many times ever since I ended puberty.

I don't see my looks as a big deal, I try not to draw attention to them, but in todays society that is usually the first thing out of people's mouth when they overlook a person. "Wow you look great", "damn Ma you look hot", "Ugh you're so pretty". We dwell more on people's appearances and typically make it their defining characteristic.

I want to be know for more than just my looks. I want to be praised by my accomplishments, not how great my ass looks in a certain pair of jeans. I am not defined by the amount of likes I get on my selfies.

1. Smart

2. Ambitious

3. Generous

3. Endearing

4. Brave

5. Inspiring

6. Graceful

7. Charismatic

8. Adventurous

9. Compassionate

10. Loving

11. Amiable

12. Reliable

13. Loyal

14. Sincere

15. Witty

16. Bubbly

17. Charming

18. Confident

19. Fiery

20. Funny

21. Genuine

22. Kind

23. Illuminating

24. Irreplaceable

25. Regal

26. Lovely

26. Lively

27. Motivated

28. Outgoing

29. Passionate

30. Radient

31. Right

32. Smiley

33. Strong

34. Thoughtful

35. Supportive

36. Warm

37. Zazzy

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