People Share The Exact Moment They Realized They Were Ugly

No one wants to admit that they’re ugly. I don’t even think there are any ugly people, just people who aren’t everyone’s type. Unfortunately, there are people who don’t think that’s true and just think that they’re ugly, and when they look back, they can pinpoint the exact moment it occurred to them they weren’t Instagram-influencer beautiful.

Looks Like Mommy Is Funny Too

Reddit Post: My wife is always telling me that our kids must get their good looks from me because she still has all of hers.
Photo Credit: Reddit / Jackrwood
Photo Credit: Reddit / Jackrwood

How could someone who is so beautiful and so funny end up with a man that is neither? Wait…haven’t we asked this question about literally every relationship ever? Just kidding. But seriously.

Nothing Like A Little Sibling Rivalry

Reddit Post: Your brother is so hot! You guys don't look too much alike.
Photo Credit: Reddit / OlafShvenski
Photo Credit: Reddit / OlafShvenski

In every family, there will always be one family member who is so much better looking than everyone else, and people make jokes about how one of you looks like they were adopted.

Sounds Like They Need Better Friends

Reddit Post: Your wife's friend suggests you see her plastic surgeon husband. It happened to me. Above the neck, I'm the cartoon ugly guy.
Photo Credit: Reddit / larrymoencurly
Photo Credit: Reddit / larrymoencurly

Sounds to me like his wife just needs better friends. Although, that plastic surgery money might be worth putting up with her for. Do you think there is a surgery for getting your foot out of your mouth?

Kids Are Always The Most Honest

Reddit Post: Had one tell me she was surprised I had a girlfriend because I wasn't very cool.
Photo Credit: Reddit / Rand-bobandy
Photo Credit: Reddit / Rand-bobandy

To be fair, I’m not sure I would trust a child’s judgment on what is cool or not because they haven’t lived enough life yet to know what’s cool. You’ve got to experience some trauma first.

A Two-For-One Deal

a kid saying they think they're ugly because they look like their parent
Photo Credit: Reddit / The_Quex
Photo Credit: Reddit / The_Quex

Not only did he insult himself, but he also roasted his father. This one seems a little weird to me because family usually don’t see anyone else in their family as ugly. You all love each other too much.

This Insult Has Many Layers

Reddit Post: My little sister asked my overweight friend why she had so much skin
Photo Credit: Reddit / deadlysyntax
Photo Credit: Reddit / deadlysyntax

What does that even mean? Like, did she lose a bunch of weight and her body was still adjusting and that’s what the kid meant, or was that a super PC way of just saying, “You’re fat. Why?”

Middle School Can Be Such A Bummer

guy found out that he is always the
Photo Credit: Reddit / atl1015
Photo Credit: Reddit / atl1015

How do you find this out? This seems like the kind of thing that a kid on the playground would come up and tell you just to start drama the way middle school kids do.

He Wasn’t Even On The List

girls made list of hottest boy in school and guy wasn't even on the list
Photo Credit: Reddit / wereunderyourbed
Photo Credit: Reddit / wereunderyourbed

Girls are legitimately so mean. I am a girl, so I have no problem saying it because it is true, especially when we are younger and don’t know that we are capable of hurting people’s feelings yet.

Aren’t They Always Uncomfortable?

Reddit Post: Self deprecating jokes just make people uncomfortable
Photo Credit: Reddit / Rand-bobandy
Photo Credit: Reddit / Rand-bobandy

I’m a fan of self-deprecating jokes as much as the next person, but only when I’m making them about myself. Otherwise, they’re very cringy pretty much always and I don’t want to hear it.

I Feel Like We Can’t Even Laugh At This One

Reddit Post: A girl tried to hook up with me while she was drunk and then went to AA after she sobered up.
Photo Credit: Reddit
Photo Credit: Reddit

In a roundabout way, this is probably a good thing that happened. If it didn’t, then she could still be in a bad place in her life, so really, he kind of provided her a great service.

That’s Basically A Gut Punch

Reddit Post: The checkout girl separating you and your wife's items at the till.
Photo Credit: Reddit / stee4vendetta
Photo Credit: Reddit / stee4vendetta

This would have probably felt really offensive if you were the husband and flattering if you were the wife. Like, yeah, this is my husband, but also I know, right?? Love comes in many forms.

I Thought This Was An Urban Legend

babies cry when they see this person
Photo Credit: Reddit / stee4vendetta
Photo Credit: Reddit / stee4vendetta

Is it actually true that babies only like attractive people? I thought it was more of babies picking up on the vibe you were putting out, not so much about how you look.

That’s A Big Yikes

Reddit Post: I was always told I have a face for radio.
Photo Credit: Reddit / Naandira
Photo Credit: Reddit / Naandira

I know that the person who said this meant it as a compliment, but it’s like a backhanded compliment where it was more offensive first than anything. So there is that.

That’s Always A Sure Sign

someone said they don't have an ugly friend in their friend group and found out it was them
Photo Credit: Reddit / Badjokechip
Photo Credit: Reddit / Badjokechip

It’s an age-old sign: if you don’t think that you have any ugly friends in your group, then you might be the ugly friend. That or you’re all super good looking which seems unlikely.

There Seem To Be Some Hurt Feelings Here

Reddit Post: When you wear clothes that are revealing and people call you
Photo Credit: Reddit / ChaseaEighth
Photo Credit: Reddit / ChaseaEighth

This is kind of true though, isn’t it? You can always tell what someone thinks about you by the way they compliment you. Next time someone tells me my outfit is brave, now I’m going to know to mentally punch them in the face.

Social Media Will Do That To You

Reddit Post: A friend of mine shared a post about not being cute, racked up haha and angry reacts. Shared the same post, got sad reacts.
Photo Credit: Reddit / infoodland
Photo Credit: Reddit / infoodland

There is no hiding from what people really think of you on social media. It’s kind of like a child in that way—it has no filter. It really is true that social media is bad for your self-esteem.

Maybe It’s Just Because You’re A Stranger?

Reddit Post: If a stranger whose smiling makes eye contact with you, then stops smiling.
Photo Credit: Reddit / infoodland
Photo Credit: Reddit / infoodland

When it comes to strangers smiling at you, I think it’s pretty safe to say that it could just because they don’t want to talk to a stranger or engage with one, so give them a pass on that.

Ah Yes, The Smart One

Reddit Post: My sister and I were always told she was the pretty one. I was the smart one. I am not smart.
Photo Credit: Reddit / SusheeMonster
Photo Credit: Reddit / SusheeMonster

I, too, was the smart kid in the family, so this one cuts deeply into my soul. It’s fine, someone had to be the smart one, I guess. I’ll take the hit for the team.

Dating Is Tough, Kid, You’ll See

kid asked if someone had a boyfriend and wasn't surprised when they didn't.
Photo Credit: Reddit / dldppl
Photo Credit: Reddit / dldppl

When this kid grows up and has to enter the dating world, then they’re going to see that it is not easy out there and there are lots of great people who are single.

Thanks For The News Flash

little kid randomly called someone who was not old super old
Photo Credit: Reddit / -WhiteOleander
Photo Credit: Reddit / -WhiteOleander

As much as kids can point out the obvious, sometimes they point out things that are not even a little bit true, but then you can kind of see it after they mention it.