Female Mentality

That girl is dope, but too flashy
Who, her?
She isn’t all that sweetie
Not as dope as me, definitely

I mean,

Yeah, she can sing, but she’s too ugly
Yeah, she can spit, but she looks sloppy
Yeah, she can dance, but she dress trashy
Yeah, she has long hair, but she’s too dark
Yeah, she has a big butt, but her waist too tiny
Yeah, she has big breasts, but no personality
Yeah, she got a man, but her box fishy
Yeah, she graduated college, but isn’t making big money
Yeah, she has her own car, but that shit cheap
Yeah, she bad, but she looks slutty
Yeah, she has nice legs, but she’s too skinny
Yeah, she pretty, but her stomach too flabby
Yeah, she has perfect skin, but her forehead too shiny
Prime examples of female mentality

As women, we are each other’s worst enemy
We see faults in many
Compliments each other rarely
Blinded by the jealousy
Walking around angry
Because this girl or that girl has plenty
Of that we perceive as a necessity
But in reality
We constantly drive ourselves crazy
Trying to keep up with what we see on TV
And on magazine covers constantly
Seeing this and that celebrity
Dictating to us the standard of beauty
Turning us into a zombie
Blindly throwing away our money
At this and that cosmetic company

Instead of focusing our energy
On what makes us a specialty
And uplifting each other with positivity

We dwell on the unneccessary
Living a life of misery
Never satisfied with any
We become extremely greedy
As we grow more needy
To have that “life changing” surgery
What a catastrophe

That girl is dope, but too flashy
Who, her?
She isn’t all that sweetie
Not as dope as me, definitely

So we start acting shady
Aren’t we so petty

Prime examples of female mentality

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