TikToker claims her life is harder because she is ‘attractive’
'A bad side that no one talks about'
A TikTok creator has opened up about the struggles of being attractive, specifically because other women leave her out of conversations.
Sharing her own personal experiences on TikTok, user @arianasavannah admitted that the topic could create division but felt it needed to be talked about.
There’s “a bad side that no one talks about”, she said.
She continued: “College was really the hardest point for me but girls will always be like ‘oh my gosh, I love you so much, you’re so gorgeous, we’re gonna hang out.’ And the time comes around and I always am left out, and talked about poorly behind my back, and it never makes sense because I am always being so kind, so genuine.
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“I’m honestly completely confident that it’s nothing to do with my personality at all.”
She said she would return home from college at the weekends and cry to her family about her difficulty making friends.
She continued: “They were like Ari, it’s so obvious. And I’m like well f***ing tell me because I’m missing something, it’s not adding up, I don’t know what’s going on. They were like you don’t understand how people see you.
“So they start telling me like Ari, people don’t like to not be the prettiest person in the room, and I’m like what are you talking about? Because that’s not something I think about. B*****s are all pretty, I love women, everyone is a bad b**** in their own way.”
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Her family said she can be intimidating, which is ever something you want to hear from your family.
She said: “If you know me, you know I don’t carry myself that way, I was so confused and thought this probably is not true, there is no way this is the reason my whole life I can’t make girlfriends.”
The video had been watched over two million times before Ariana made it private.
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