ANSWERS: 46
  • Lol! No you really shouldn't, because there is nothing to be gained by anybody from telling her. Think about exactly what would be achieved. Its good to tell someone if they smell because with some fairly simple actions (washing, deodorant) they can correct it, its good to tell someone they're being mean because hopefully they'll correct their behaviour and apologise (and it doesn't matter if it upsets them because they deserve it!). However, there are no real measures (other than the most extreme) that the girl could take to correct her "ugliness", its not due to any concious action of hers, she can't act on the information, so all you'll be doing is giving her a complex that there's no way out of. (Unless you're going to offer her money for plastic surgery as well). Besides, maybe she thinks you're ugly.
  • The only difference between a flower and a weed is a judgement. Remember too that what you see could be a reflection of yourself :-)
  • NO that is rude, why would you want to hurt her feeling come on now, think about it
  • Definitely not! Who are we to say that anybody else is ugly? What is to be gained by telling her? Nothing... Maybe this was asked because she is obnoxious and flaunts her 'stuff' constantly... maybe she doesn't have anything to flaunt. In any case I wouldn't tell her "you are ugly"... maybe you could put it this way: "You know, You aren't as attractive as you might think." =S
  • No, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.....no use to express your OPINION about someone if it is irrelevant and offensive...keep it to yourself
  • NO BUT MAYBE YOU SHOULD LOOK INTO A MIRROR.
  • what will you achieve?
  • I feel sorry for you.
  • Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so engage brain before opening mouth.
  • No! That would be rude and is only your opinion. Even if you have friends that concur, remember that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. She may seem drop dead gorgeous to another. Her heart may be so full of love and joy that some think of her as beautiful even if her features are not classically pretty. Have you seen the movie "Shallow Hal"? You should watch that.
  • No. You don't tell someone something like that. Plus, maybe others don't think the same as you do.
  • You are the one to be felt sorry for, ugly is as ugly does.
  • No. Just be friends with her. It's up to her to try to improve her looks if she wants to. She may feel pretty. And, you may not be a good judge of who is ugly and who is not.
  • Why would you feel the need to say that to someone else? To perhaps make yourself feel better? Is it not your own low self esteem and ego that needs to be stroked by making someone else feel badly? Beauty is t is deeper than skin, to want to tell someone else they are ugly, reveals who you are under your skin.
  • Why is it that people think a person is beautiful by their features. Why does a nice complection and blue eyes make someone beautiful. I feel sorry for someone as shallow as you. Just because you think that she is ugly doesnt mean anyone else does. Get to know her personality. Beauty is on the inside. Get over yourself!
  • Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. There are probably people who think you're uglier than she is.
  • That depends, does she know she is ugly? If not, then yes...someone should tell her. I wouldn't do it in person though, send her an anonymous letter so she doesn't get mad at you.
  • Well, it sounds like you're going to have a lot of people who feel sorry for YOU for not seeing past that girl's appearance. No, you shouldn't tell her. You should change your attitude about her.
  • Keep in mind that girls are unique in that there will always be some guys out there that are into them no matter what they look like. Guys don't have that advantage unless they are rich.
  • Sure go ahead,then i can give you an award for @sshole of the year!! +5
  • that would be pretty rude lol
  • If it means you getting punched in the face by her, then yes please!
  • That is the meanest thing ever! Why would you want to tell someone that they are ugly? You are the ugly one.
  • What kind of question is this? What kind of person are you to consider doing such a thing? "Hi. By the way, you're ugly and I feel sorry for you." How would you react if someone said that to you, especially if your gentically-influenced appearance is something you already doubt? If you said that to me thirty years ago, I would have been hurt and devastated. If you'd said it to me twenty years ago, I probably would have punched your lights out. If you said it to me today, I would probably respond that it's better to be ugly on the outside than ugly on the inside. Get it?
  • No, Keep your shallow mouth shut. People like you have done enough damage already. No need to hurt another person because you are full of yourself.
  • She may appear ugly to you, but what gives you the right to further discourage her. What you are asking to do is far beyond common decency and courtesy.
  • NO! What the hell is wrong with you?! You're an asshole.
  • How charming...do somebody a favor..tell them how "ugly" they are...she can't possibly be as ugly as you seem to be. Seriously.
  • just because YOU think she is ugly, doesn't mean everyone does. I am sure YOU are ugly to some also.. Why is it your business? come on tell the truth, you really like her and want her..but she has rejected you.. it's ok someone will want you oneday, hang in there..
  • No,rudeness and belittling get you no where.shame on you!
  • Hell no! If you care about her, make her feel good about herself, not just her looks, but her WHOLE self.
  • NOOOOOOOO girls are way to sensitive on how they look you would brake her heart and she might not want to talk to you again.
  • She may be ugly to you, but to someone far better than you will find her beautiful, She doesn't need an asshole like you feeling sorry for her, piss off you jerk. You should tell her how much of a PRICK you really are.
  • Don't be a moran.
  • no, and i feel very sorry for you.....Leah wasn't pretty like Rachel, either, but her heart was better and God favored/blessed ,her more....
  • No, you should simply try to be a friend to her. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, after all...and beauty is more than skin deep. She doesn't need your sympathy, she needs a true friend who can see past her physical imperfections to the person she is inside.
  • Well, if she is inside your thoughts enough to warrant a question on AnswerBag about her physical appearance, it sounds like you maybe a victim of reverse psychology.
  • you think she's never thought that thought herself? BE HER FRIEND, INSTEAD!!!
  • why would she care if you are sorry? And remember you aren't that good looking yourself.
  • No. Telling her isn't going to change her looks.
  • no, I don't think "Um, hi excuse me, I feel sorry for you because you are ugly", would do much to help out the situation. Maybe try to be her friend, or if that might be a source of ridicule or embarassment and not an option, then maybe just do some random nice thing for her that would just make her feel nice and she would never have to know it was you.
  • Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.......If you told her that, that would make you ugly.
  • No, for the love of God, NO! That would be akin to someone telling you how DAFT YOU ARE for thinking this might be a good or acceptable thing to do in the first place! <WINK> Old question, hopefully intended as a spoof?
  • NO! Why would you do that to someone. Thats cruel and coldhearted. If you feel sorry for someone, why would you want to hurt them?
  • No you shouldn't. Because she has a friend or two, and they each have a friend or two, all the way up the chain of popularity to the girl you think is smoking hot, and I doubt she'll think anything good about you, if you behave like an @$$HOLE!
  • No. There are no ugly people. There are only ugly thoughts.

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