A euphamism for fat. Curvy used to describe women who had large breasts, a small waist, and a big, shapely butt.
Now, the media is pressuring young girls and women to look like Scarlett Johansson or Angelina Jolie. If you have naturally small breasts, don't have a tiny waist, or particularly shapely hips, you're labelled as anorexic or "not a real woman". This same media claims to support "loving yourself", but if "yourself" hasn't got a perfect hourglass figure, then you're done for. Hypocrisy knows no bounds, right?
Let's say a girl, named Eve, was a fairly attractive girl. However, as she grew older, she never developed past an A cup. In other words, she wasn't curvy. According to the celebrity-obsessed freaks out there, she wasn't a real woman, so after years of struggling with her self-esteem, she got breast implants.
Because she wasn't a "real woman" without double d's.
A liberal who attacks a conservative for not agreeing with everything they say. You will often find them accusing Republicans of being ignorant racists who ignore the poor because they're so greedy, but in reality, they're just too narrow-minded to understand their point of view.
Thankfully, however, there are smart liberals, someone who merely disagrees with the opinions that differ from theirs, and respects them as well.
stupid liberal: Jamie's such a dumbass. She considers herself a Republican, can you believe that?
smart liberal: Actually, Jamie's really smart. She has a wide vocabulary, is good at physics, and plans to major in psychology when she graduates from high school. I consider myself a Democrat, but just because she holds opinions that oppose my own doesn't make her stupid.
A woman with brown hair. Commonly mistaken to be more intelligent than a blonde, but uglier. Hair does not define personality or IQ. Blondes can be beautiful and intelligent (like Naomi Watts, Charlize Theron, Scarlett Johansson), and so can brunettes (Angelina Jolie, Megan Fox, Aishwarya Rai). Either way, it's a haircolor.
Oh, and no offense to the authors of the other definitions, but some of them seem very insecure, saying "Brunettes have more fun" and "Blondes suck". Same for the idiots who trash brunettes. Don't say crap like, "Guys prefer blondes", because many prefer brunettes, or redheads.
Either way, let's grow up people. Quit being shallow.
Idiot: Hey, that chick is a brunette! It must mean she's really smart!
Smart person: Actually, she's kind of dizty and rude. Haircolor doesn't define someone's personality or IQ.
Stereotypes unfairly group a certain type of people into a label.
It is stupid to think that anyone who wears Aeropostale is a slut. It's dumb to believe that anyone from Ireland is drunk all the time. Not everyone who likes black and is intrigued by Gothic culture is a Satanist.
Unfortunately, most people are very hypocritical about stereotypes and labels. These people preach about how stupid it is to judge others, but make ridiculous statements that strongly imply unfair prejudice against a certain group of people. See the example below.
Person: I hate it when people judge me for listening to emo music and dressing in black.
*blonde in Hollister jeans walks by*
Person: *snickers* What a slutty prep. They're such conformists. At least I know I'm unique.
Stereotypes suck. Get to know someone before you judge them.
A beautiful woman who sucks at acting. She has looks, but lacks talent, which ultimately, is not a good thing. Unfortunately, as soon as her looks begin to fade, Hollywood won't even hesitate to toss her into the dumpster.
Boy: Jessica Alba is sooooo hot!
Me: Yeah, I guess she's pretty, but unfortunately, that's all she really has. She possesses absolutely no acting talent. I think she'd be better as a model.