What are examples of exceptionally beautiful men?

  • infinitefrien...

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    Nov 22, 2014 10:38 AM GMT
    HOW DO THEY TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES? I wanna be exceptionally beautiful, cute and sweet as well. icon_smile.gif
  • HottJoe

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    Nov 22, 2014 3:41 PM GMT
    Take exceptional care of your skin. Dry skin is the first sign aging. If you never let your skin dry out, the collagen won't break down and cause premature winkles. That means applying nourishing skin creams several times a day, and using sunscreen year round, even when the sky is overcast.

    I'd guess 99% of people don't pay enough attention or are afraid of breakouts etc so they let nature take it's course, and it's really hard to reverse damage once it's been done. You just have to wrap your mind around skincare as being as essential as cleaning your teeth and gums a minimum of twice per day.

    Next thing is weightlifting. As your metabolism changes, lifting weights (not machines but free weights) is the only exercise that keeps you young. Running, cycling, swimming, contact sports are favorite pastimes, but they all are terrible for your skin, because they expose it to destructive elements, and cause wear and tear just from the high impact nature of something like running, which makes your whole face bounce up and down (ever seen a runner's face in a slow motion; it's tearing connective tissues apart).

    On the other hand, another thing some guys swear by is diet, but I personally don't see diet as a big factor in outward appearance. I indulge in the worst foods, including fast food, every day, and although I take some vitamin supplements, I really don't watch what I eat, nor do I see benefits to men who do diet. They seem frail from over dieting to me.

    There's only so much you can do before the burden of body maintenance becomes too time consuming, and so I stick with the most beneficial exercise and skincare, and don't worry too much beyond that. I'm lucky that I don't have high blood pressure or other issues. I expect that as I age I will have to have a restricted diet then, but that's just the way it is.

    Your body is your temple---not your sports car, not your career, not your location; those things are more superficial than your body. If you just ignore it and only look inward, or only focus on material possessions, then eventually the roof will cave in on you well before its necessary expiration date.
  • infinitefrien...

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    Nov 23, 2014 6:20 PM GMT
    HottJoe saidTake exceptional care of your skin. Dry skin is the first sign aging. If you never let your skin dry out, the collagen won't break down and cause premature winkles. That means applying nourishing skin creams several times a day, and using sunscreen year round, even when the sky is overcast.

    I'd guess 99% of people don't pay enough attention or are afraid of breakouts etc so they let nature take it's course, and it's really hard to reverse damage once it's been done. You just have to wrap your mind around skincare as being as essential as cleaning your teeth and gums a minimum of twice per day.

    Next thing is weightlifting. As your metabolism changes, lifting weights (not machines but free weights) is the only exercise that keeps you young. Running, cycling, swimming, contact sports are favorite pastimes, but they all are terrible for your skin, because they expose it to destructive elements, and cause wear and tear just from the high impact nature of something like running, which makes your whole face bounce up and down (ever seen a runner's face in a slow motion; it's tearing connective tissues apart).

    On the other hand, another thing some guys swear by is diet, but I personally don't see diet as a big factor in outward appearance. I indulge in the worst foods, including fast food, every day, and although I take some vitamin supplements, I really don't watch what I eat, nor do I see benefits to men who do diet. They seem frail from over dieting to me.

    There's only so much you can do before the burden of body maintenance becomes too time consuming, and so I stick with the most beneficial exercise and skincare, and don't worry too much beyond that. I'm lucky that I don't have high blood pressure or other issues. I expect that as I age I will have to have a restricted diet then, but that's just the way it is.

    Your body is your temple---not your sports car, not your career, not your location; those things are more superficial than your body. If you just ignore it and only look inward, or only focus on material possessions, then eventually the roof will cave in on you well before its necessary expiration date.


    You are so helpful. *Big hug*
  • Rhi_Bran

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    Nov 24, 2014 3:47 AM GMT
    HottJoe saidTake exceptional care of your skin. Dry skin is the first sign aging. If you never let your skin dry out, the collagen won't break down and cause premature winkles. That means applying nourishing skin creams several times a day, and using sunscreen year round, even when the sky is overcast.

    I'd guess 99% of people don't pay enough attention or are afraid of breakouts etc so they let nature take it's course, and it's really hard to reverse damage once it's been done. You just have to wrap your mind around skincare as being as essential as cleaning your teeth and gums a minimum of twice per day.

    Next thing is weightlifting. As your metabolism changes, lifting weights (not machines but free weights) is the only exercise that keeps you young. Running, cycling, swimming, contact sports are favorite pastimes, but they all are terrible for your skin, because they expose it to destructive elements, and cause wear and tear just from the high impact nature of something like running, which makes your whole face bounce up and down (ever seen a runner's face in a slow motion; it's tearing connective tissues apart).

    On the other hand, another thing some guys swear by is diet, but I personally don't see diet as a big factor in outward appearance. I indulge in the worst foods, including fast food, every day, and although I take some vitamin supplements, I really don't watch what I eat, nor do I see benefits to men who do diet. They seem frail from over dieting to me.

    There's only so much you can do before the burden of body maintenance becomes too time consuming, and so I stick with the most beneficial exercise and skincare, and don't worry too much beyond that. I'm lucky that I don't have high blood pressure or other issues. I expect that as I age I will have to have a restricted diet then, but that's just the way it is.

    Your body is your temple---not your sports car, not your career, not your location; those things are more superficial than your body. If you just ignore it and only look inward, or only focus on material possessions, then eventually the roof will cave in on you well before its necessary expiration date.


    Minnesota is a better place for having someone with as much common sense as this guy.

    One thing I'd like to add is not necessarily for aesthetics or beauty: make sure you look into and take care of cumulative problems before they get out of hand and become chronic. This includes back pain, tooth pain, joint pain, mental stress, all that kind of thing. This is coming from a guy who had jaw pain for months before checking in with the dentist to find out he had an abscessed tooth, and spent years with bowel problems before he found out he had an inflammatory bowel disorder icon_lol.gif

    Don't ignore the leaks, or the dam will break eventually!
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    Nov 25, 2014 3:04 AM GMT
    HottJoe said...

    Your body is your temple...


    My temple has been pillaged a few times in life. icon_twisted.gif

    In response to your question: EXCEPTIONAL beauty is a gift of genetics. There is absolutely NOTHING you can do to be exceptionally beautiful. You can improve your appearance but if you haven't been genetically blessed you will never achieve exceptional.

    Why not try to change the really important things - the things that matter.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Nov 25, 2014 3:19 AM GMT
    HottJoe saidTake exceptional care of your skin. Dry skin is the first sign aging. If you never let your skin dry out, the collagen won't break down and cause premature winkles. That means applying nourishing skin creams several times a day, and using sunscreen year round, even when the sky is overcast.

    I'd guess 99% of people don't pay enough attention or are afraid of breakouts etc so they let nature take it's course, and it's really hard to reverse damage once it's been done. You just have to wrap your mind around skincare as being as essential as cleaning your teeth and gums a minimum of twice per day.

    Next thing is weightlifting. As your metabolism changes, lifting weights (not machines but free weights) is the only exercise that keeps you young. Running, cycling, swimming, contact sports are favorite pastimes, but they all are terrible for your skin, because they expose it to destructive elements, and cause wear and tear just from the high impact nature of something like running, which makes your whole face bounce up and down (ever seen a runner's face in a slow motion; it's tearing connective tissues apart).

    On the other hand, another thing some guys swear by is diet, but I personally don't see diet as a big factor in outward appearance. I indulge in the worst foods, including fast food, every day, and although I take some vitamin supplements, I really don't watch what I eat, nor do I see benefits to men who do diet. They seem frail from over dieting to me.

    There's only so much you can do before the burden of body maintenance becomes too time consuming, and so I stick with the most beneficial exercise and skincare, and don't worry too much beyond that. I'm lucky that I don't have high blood pressure or other issues. I expect that as I age I will have to have a restricted diet then, but that's just the way it is.

    Your body is your temple---not your sports car, not your career, not your location; those things are more superficial than your body. If you just ignore it and only look inward, or only focus on material possessions, then eventually the roof will cave in on you well before its necessary expiration date.
    Wonders never cease because for the first time, I fully agree with Joe on this except when he mentioned cycling as one of the athletic activities that is damaging and hard on the skin. I disagree 100% on that one. Cycling is a great athletic activity and is relatively low impact compared to running and hard contact sports. The only reason swimming would be bad for the skin is because of the use of chlorine in swimming pools. Chlorine is a known irritant. However he has pretty much hit the nail right on the head in the rest of his posting. I definitely agree with him 100% on the use of free weights over machines in the gym. Free weights make you work harder. I also agree with him about dieting. These strict diets and especially that radical paleo diet are totally unrealistic. Most guys who follow strict diets are quite moody and even miserable most of the time. Strict diets and me just don't get along.
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    Nov 25, 2014 4:58 AM GMT
    HottJoe saidTake exceptional care of your skin. Dry skin is the first sign aging. If you never let your skin dry out, the collagen won't break down and cause premature winkles. That means applying nourishing skin creams several times a day, and using sunscreen year round, even when the sky is overcast.


    well im fucked becuase i dont put lotions on myself a lot and i dont use suncreen a lot in the hot damn texas sun

    bye bye my hotness
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    Nov 25, 2014 5:07 AM GMT
    Oh dear. I'd better find another couple of minions to apply those nourishing skin creams several times a day. Just can't reach that bit in the middle of my back icon_surprised.gif

    And a happy ending wouldn't hurt...

    Although thanks to aerosol sunscreen, I made it through a week in the tropical sun without burning during GSW. I just don't understand why they don't build that into the showers. Get clean, push the sunscreen button (FOOSH) Then the mosquito repellant button (FOOSH)

    Then the happy ending button (FOOSH)
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    Nov 25, 2014 5:13 AM GMT
    I'm terribly disappointed. No photos?
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    Nov 25, 2014 6:28 AM GMT
    For me beauty is partly physical and partly personality. So to me an exeptionally beautiful man, who I have an immense crush on, is the English comedian Stewart Lee. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1H913UqQ6w


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    Nov 25, 2014 6:35 AM GMT
    Hm interesting topic, beautiful men have nice symmetrical features, nice skin, beautiful hair and tall/cute. Lol, basically male models type. Like Chris Fawcett/Underwear male model. (I think Nicholas Hoult and Josh Hutcherson are pretty hot too!!) - That's the physical part. He's a kind, sweet, loving, awesome and non-judgmental person for personality.

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