Olivia Munn: “There’s always going to be someone smarter, prettier, richer, taller, thinner”

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On being happy with what you have:

“I learned a long time ago when I was little, being multi ethnic and moving around a lot, I was always the new girl and never felt pretty enough. I wasn’t the ugly duckling either. I had this epiphany in eighth grade, there’s always going to be someone smarter, prettier, richer, taller, thinner, so you might as well just try to make the best of what you have.”

… says 35 year-old Olivia.

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29 thoughts on “Olivia Munn: “There’s always going to be someone smarter, prettier, richer, taller, thinner””

  1. I agree with the sentiment. Judgmental, self righteous, and over-the-top arrogance always screams insecurity to me. You just have to do what’s best for YOU and no one else.

    Given that, she is still sufficiently beautiful, thin, and rich from an “average person” perspective. I can’t speak to her intelligence but she’s pretty articulate. So not much to complain about, anyways I would imagine

    • Cool I also have very similar coloring to her! It really confuses me that fashion magazines/websites don’t talk more about wearing the right colors, since it’s super important for looking your best, imo

      • I know, but fashion wouldn’t be that fun or they wouldn’t sell as much if they told us that not every color looks good on us.

        It’s cool to that tool/inspiration, though.

        • Yeah true, its one of those things where its good to know the rules so that you can choose when to break the. Also I suppose it takes a certain type of person to follow the “rule” of only wearing certain colors

          • You know, a trick to wear trendy colors that might not be your best, is wearing a really flattering one close to your face. Like a lipstick, scarf, etc.

            Check “color seasons” if you’re interested.

  2. I love this girl. Olivia Munn is super funny with a twisted dark sense of humor. Watch her late night talk show interviews, she is funny. Underrated funny.

  3. Right, and find something less selfish to focus on. If all you ever care about is yourself, then you have nothing to show for yourself but yourself.

  4. I get what she’s saying, but that doesn’t mean you should “mediocre” yourself. Obviously in the world, all the past and future included, there is/has been/will be someone who is better than you in many aspects, but in the micro sense of things, you could easily be the best. Beauty is usually subjective so I don’t think that is something you should ever compare with someone else. Being smart – you’re the only person who thinks in the way you do and shares your exact opinions and interests. Innovativeness, creativity, art – you’re the only person that has your story as something to reflect to. You’re the only person who can be inspired by the certain moment from your childhood, only one who can remember the exact feeling, smell, colours… You’re definitely THE BEST YOU there will ever be and only one who can beat that is you yourself. Putting yourself down thinking that you’ll never be even close to being the best or whatever, I think it’s irrelevant. Staying humble is about something else. You can be humble but at the same time give regocnition to yourself when it’s due.

    She looks lovely.

    • I like this comment, I don’t see the point in assessing your own intelligence, looks, etc in comparison to other people, those things are superficial, meaningless, not fulfilling… not what women should be focusing on (or anyone) but they so often do unfortunately..

  5. Find this outlook kinda weird. There could be a woman who is 7 feet tall and 80 lbs.. that wouldn’t be good ? Just think that taller and skinnier isn’t necessarily better. Being overly smart isn’t necessarily the best. Seems like she still adheres to a rigid definition of beauty but just ‘accepts’ that she is not a supermodel or whatever. I prefer to see the beauty in different shapes and sizes rather than ‘accept’ that I’m not built like a model or whatever. But each to their own.

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