Aaaaaawwwww, men! Have you ever noticed how some of them get better with the age? Let’s take some examples.
Mike Patton, first.
Here he is circa 1988. Note the very flattering color that is yellow.
Here he is now.
Much more better, isn’t it.
Another example? Maynard.
Circa 1993, he looked like this. He used to terrify me back then.
Now, he looks like this. (sigh)
A third example? Geooooooorge Clooney.
Look at him when he was young. I don’t know if I want to cry or laugh.
Then , take a look at him now. Isn’t he much better? (the first to say no will be banned forever for this blog, just kidding)
Unfortunately, for women, the contrary is the usual. Could you tell me the name of a famous actress who DOES age well WITHOUT the help of surgery? OK, eliminate Michelle Pfeiffer. But she doesn’t look good with time, she has always looked good. So, that doesn’t count.
In real life too, we have a different perception of wrinkles depending on the sex. On men, we find that absolutely charming, it adds charachter on their face, … On women, well, why do you think Botox is so popular these days?
It isn’t fair, isn’t it?