Ex KV here.
Anytime you're given crap about having high standards, don't listen to it. Perseverance is what got me the perfect and beautiful love of my life. Don't settle.
don't recoil in disgust but I'm also a white 6'2 former model for Burberry. It's entirely inconsequential to the message of hope. This is unironically meant to reach out to everyone on this board. There is love for everyone, kind of like that Daniel Johnston song.
Daniel Johnston was before my time anon, but thanks
I'm really not Chad. I feel existential depression and melancholy all the time. I hate parties and rarely attend, especially since the parties in LA are garbage and impersonal.
Really, the only Chaddish thing about me is my success. Really.
I've heard that being a model doesn't pay a lot monetarily, just in connections and merchandise
That being so, how do you feel about your economic class in relation to American society? Do you think people in your class have enough opportunities for social mobility? If not, what are their main obstacles? And what could be done about it?
Nothing, to be honest. The problem is you're generalizing everybody in my certain social dogma. There are deep models, shallow models, weird models, etc. so if a model wants to be an artist ie Nico she can move out of her economic position. But most aren't Nico, yes?
What do you consider yourself? What are your goals?
Literally fuck off, no one here wants to hear what you have to say.
>I feel existential depression and melancholy all the time