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Hum    6,929

She started modelling her look on Barbie when she was 15.

Charlotte Poole became so obsessed, she dressed herself in figure-hugging corsets, dyed her hair platinum blonde and even enhanced her breasts to a curvy 34F.

The style prompted a string of cruel comments from women who saw her as nothing more than a ?brainless bimbo?.

But Miss Poole is living proof that appearances can be very deceptive.

Rather than being the ?stupid airhead? she is often labelled, she has a law degree and masters with distinction.

The 22-year-old, who has spent thousands on her looks over the years, said: ?If I?m out with a corset on I will get attention from people saying horrible things to me as you would expect, saying I?m stupid or a slag. But because I know I?m not it makes me laugh.

?People are pretty surprised when they find out that I have a masters degree.

'I don?t make a point in telling people but if they find out it?s so funny to see their reaction.?

The graduate actually had her breast implants within two weeks of beginning her BA in law and psychology.

Since then she has gone on to attain a masters in fashion marketing, also from Nottingham University, and secure a high-flying job as a social media coordinator for a fashion company.

Miss Poole, who also boasts 12 GCSEs and 3 A Levels on her CV, began modelling herself on Barbie because she was insecure about her own looks. :pinch:

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Anibal P    2,012

She's ugly, also it's a good thing she switched to fashion marketing, no way in hell she'd ever be a successful lawyer looking the way she does

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Ice_Blue    973

Paper bag date.

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*RedBull*    608

I'd still hit it. She ain't that bad.

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myxomatosis    234

I'm not in that religious stuff and all... but seriously... she needs Jesus in her life.

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episode    568

I'm not in that religious stuff and all... but seriously... she needs Jesus in her life.

No.

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Mr. Gibs    3,863
Miss Poole, who also boasts 12 GCSEs and 3 A Levels on her CV

Wat? The majority of my high school (in Hong Kong) had 10 GCSEs and 3 A-Levels (a couple of people had 4). Isn't really some great accomplishment that goes on your CV.

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Hum    6,929

I'm not in that religious stuff and all... but seriously... she needs Jesus in her life.

And many paper bags. :laugh:

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xendrome    4,386

Lol you guys remind me of this 22756159.jpg

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Obi-Wan Kenobi    1,083

I was about to say...if I see one single picture of reese withoutherspoon, I'll gladly jump out in front of traffic. No, I didn't read the article. I hate Reese that much. Literally. Wanna kill me? Get Fleese Tetherball to rape me. I'd kill myself before I let that happen, lol!

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Sandor    436

began modelling herself on Barbie because she was insecure about her own looks. :pinch:

oh look. she still is.

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Charisma    2,388

Heh, I think it's kind of cool. It's not my thing, but if she feels sexy that way, who are we to judge? She doesn't look unhealthily thin or anything that would normally make me cringe.

I personally *love* Dita von Teese and like to wear things that make me look/feel kind of like her. It's unfortunate that people are so shallow they can't get past physical appearances and see people for who they really are. The way a person chooses to look is just one small facet of their overall person.

If she's happy with the way she looks, she's miles ahead of most people.

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Biotoxic_hazard_835    151

I say we should...

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Obi-Wan Kenobi    1,083

I say we should...

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AMEN, BROTHER! Tried to find a funny kiwf jpeg myself, but yours was better! XD

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redfish    390

Heh, I think it's kind of cool. It's not my thing, but if she feels sexy that way, who are we to judge? She doesn't look unhealthily thin or anything that would normally make me cringe.

I personally *love* Dita von Teese and like to wear things that make me look/feel kind of like her. It's unfortunate that people are so shallow they can't get past physical appearances and see people for who they really are. The way a person chooses to look is just one small facet of their overall person.

If she's happy with the way she looks, she's miles ahead of most people.

People need to also apply this type of thinking to themselves, and be happy with who they are and how they look without thinking they need to cover up their natural appearance.

Its clear from the article that she started doing this because she was concerned with how she looked:

"I worried about the way I looked so I started wearing make-up and dressing up. I couldn?t even go to the corner shop without wearing full make-up and it just went on from there."

That really isn't miles ahead of most people. She

Which didn't really need to even be said, imo. In general I think its naive to think that any desire to look/feel sexy isn't based on insecurity. It doesn't mean you can't be smart, but it doesn't make it good, either.

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