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Cute women vs not so cute women

Women are beautiful people to be around.

They look cute when they smile at you. Especially neighbor's wives and girls walking on the street. They look cute when you make a innuendo and they are embarrassed, but are too scared to show their anger because you are their boss. They look cute when you yell at them at their mistakes - well you show them it is their mistake, because it can never be your mistake, as you are the boss, and they are suppressing the tears which are welling up in their eyes. They look cute when they are begging you for one day leave as their child is sick and you are trying to ignore their request, but still they hover around and try to  put on a smile which in fact looks like they are crying. They look cute when you and your colleagues try to make a indecent joke at their expense and they pretend not to hear it but with very red face.

But why don't they look cute when they serve you food at home, putting so much effort and thought and time into that food? And why do they look so unattractive when they ask you for money - an amount you spend easily when you are with your friends, for some grocery or an item for your child's school work.

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