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Holly Elizabeth

So today Blair posted a new video, a day in the life video. OMG! I think she is so beautiful, I’m jealous of her. Life isn’t fair, I wish I had her body. Is there a way I can switch bodies with her. Lol

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Maid In Bedlam

I used to watch Rose of Dawn. Who is been claimed to be the british Blair White. You could critically argue she is. But Rose became very tiresome. Im sure those that follow her think shes wonderful but I think she now aims for an audience in a diffrent age group to what i am as the channel took such a diffrent direction in recent months. I just switched off. I did enjoy her content once. I was even having the occasional message or email in corespondence with her. But sadly I have nothing more to say on any of the matters or topics she tends to speak about. Some may call it right wing. Which is fine if you want to place a political agenda on a you tube video. I have always been one for making my own mind up. Im sure its very much the same with Blair,s content. You have to make your own mind up on whats produced.,  We should never be sheep but decide ourselves based on facts and evidence.

 

But that wasnt why you posted.

 

Im not quite sure if i would want to be transformed into any elses body. As beauty is a very abstact thing. What one person would love another would think is ugly. Also its the old never perpetuate an emphasis on the appreance of someone else or you will never be happy. However i do get how the appreance of another could seem a better world. But sadly in many cases it isnt, It comes down to an old saying. Never meet your idols as they normally are such a anticlimax and never how you imagine.

 

I wouldnt put to much credence into switching bodys. I would assume its another old story of the grass always seems greener in the other field. Also do not forget. Many of those that do youtube videos in a more proffesional capacity and as a business use lighting and other tricks to enhance there looks.

 

As far as content goes. I can find Blair very strange in her actions and mannerisms. Which is perhaps just the age diffrence and cultural divide. But once again i would think she aims for a very much younger audience to what i could personally bestowel upon her.

 

But if you appreciate  her offerings then thats a good thing for you.  Enjoy 🙂

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LusciousTheLock

I used to watch Blair and Rose and agree with Maid in Bedlam. It's also kinda annoying when they throw a political angle into everything. I love Contrapoints (she drinks too much, but is georgeous!) and her exploration of ideas, but when she gets political and start's telling people how to vote. I think that's an abuse of power.

 

I have never really followed the same political party between elections (here in the UK). I may not agree with all the policies from one particular party, but make an educated decision to pick the best bits of policy that best suits my lifestyle and opinions. And all opinions are an evoloution of ideas that need exploring. My wife votes differently to me, and opinion with respect is the spice of life and what debates and conversation are made for xx.

 

 

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Holly Elizabeth

I don't always agree with Blair White, I'm fact I don't agree with most of what she says. I just think she is so beautiful and would love to look even half as good as she does.

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3 hours ago, LusciousTheLock said:

I used to watch Blair and Rose and agree with Maid in Bedlam. It's also kinda annoying when they throw a political angle into everything. I love Contrapoints (she drinks too much, but is georgeous!) and her exploration of ideas, but when she gets political and start's telling people how to vote. I think that's an abuse of power.

I have watched Rose and Blair.  I am subscribed to Blair, although I seldom watch her now.  What I have seen lately seems more like a tabloid.  She seems to want to stir up controversy to get hits.  But still, she is kinda cute, if young.  I do follow Natalie though.  I began my transition around the same time, so there was that.  And her content is pretty good if lengthly.  And yes, she is gorgeous as well.

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