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Do you think Justine Bateman has hit The Wall?

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That looks like a drug user’s/smoker’s face.

Anybody know if these were contributing factors?
 

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Is that a real picture or a movie one where she portrays a meth addict?
 

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I find white women do not age gracefully, there is a slope that exists, I've watched women go over it and in less than 2 years degrade faster than the last 10
 

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WTF??? Definitely!
Man, she's hit the wall the hardest.

Another wall victim that I saw on a commercial recently was Brooke Shields.

 

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That first photo was clearly taken to highlight her wrinkles - that's some harsh lighting.

The one further down looks about right for a woman her age.

We all get older...nothing to be ashamed of. Some people get more wrinkles than others. As for the wall, she's 55 bro. That happened a while ago.
 

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By chance I saw a Bateman interview of just this subject on tv, might have been about her book. She was very comfortable in her skin. Proud as can be. Clearly zero hang ups about her age. She brought up the whole Botox, makeup, surgery, subject. At minimum she has an attitude that all woman could benefit from for at least being happy.
That in itself is attractive, but I'm older than you Wooper-Snappers. I'd go hiking with her.
 

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By chance I saw a Bateman interview of just this subject on tv, might have been about her book. She was very comfortable in her skin. Proud as can be. Clearly zero hang ups about her age. She brought up the whole Botox, makeup, surgery, subject. At minimum she has an attitude that all woman could benefit from for at least being happy.
That in itself is attractive, but I'm older than you Wooper-Snappers. I'd go hiking with her.
Agree brother regardless of my initial reactions.

To be fair, it's great that she is comfortable in her own skin and won't cave into societal pressure of putting makeup on, plastic surgery, etc.
Plus if you saw any of these gals in their 30-50's, a lot will look like her if not worse.

The thing she has going for her at that age, she's got muscles and is slim. Can't say that for a lot of women after 50. :up:

Look at Sofia Vergara who is a bit younger for example...

 

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Nature is the strongest MGTOW advertisment....it's not even about the wrinkles, look at them in the eyes and it seems a wizard stole them vital force.
 

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The thing she has going for her at that age, she's got muscles and is slim. Can't say that for a lot of women after 50.
Yeah, I was going to say at least she didn't get fat. One thing I notice though, is that older women who stay thin tend to get more wrinkles than the ones who fatten up a bit. I do appreciate that she didn't go the plastic surgery route.

She looks a little rough, but think about it. At her age, she won't be having children, so nature doesn't have a real reason to keep her looking fresh and attractive. Sad but true.
 

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Yeah, I was going to say at least she didn't get fat. One thing I notice though, is that older women who stay thin tend to get more wrinkles than the ones who fatten up a bit. I do appreciate that she didn't go the plastic surgery route.
It's due to the elasticity and lack of collagen. Fat women tend to have more fat cells and collagen production so less wrinkles. Vitamin K helps with that and some take collagen supplements so a skinny gal can prevent wrinkles but she may have to take supplements to do it.
 

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I think the wall is going to need repairs.
 

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No sh1t Sam, would you invest long term in that woman if you were close to her age?
Haha, that's not what I meant. I just mean it sounds funny that nature would be promoting MGTOW. Nature is trying to push men and women together. It just gave me a chuckle, that's all.
 

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Haha, that's not what I meant. I just mean it sounds funny that nature would be promoting MGTOW. Nature is trying to push men and women together. It just gave me a chuckle, that's all.
Im not an antropologist but I believe nature pushes men and women to each other once they are capable of reproducing which is why men are stunned from their libido and women are decent looking in their 20s...I dont know about you but personally since my early 30s my libido and tolerance for bullsh1t is falling down as fast and my same age women looks.

I kid you not, I would rather being questioned from the police for my driving style rather than have a date with the average woman my age.
 

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I'm not an antropologist but I believe nature pushes men and women to each other once they are capable of reproducing which is why men are stunned from their libido and women are decent looking in their 20s...I dont know about you but personally since my early 30s my libido and tolerance for bullsh1t is falling down as fast and my same age women looks.
Many times I've thought that having kids, falling in love, getting married, and that sort of thing requires a certain amount of naivety. That sounds like I'm knocking it, but I'm not. As you say, there's a reason nature pushes us toward this at a certain age.
 
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