Puns are ubiquitous in ads but considered the lowest form of advertising In loving memory of Rush Hudson Limbaugh III the greatest of all time shirt. I guess because they are tired and cringeworthy, and are so simple to write they are not considered clever in the least. According to one of many blog posts on the pun ban. Note that I said appearance, not actual youthfulness and fertility. A woman who takes good care of herself and is genetically blessed with good skin and metabolism can look pretty damn good for a long time. Of course, individual tastes might vary, but the hallmarks of good health tend to look good. Now, the question of whether a woman applying makeup is saying “Oi all! I’m ovulating and need to be banged!” is an entirely different matter. Even though our idea of attractiveness has a lot to do with the appearance of sexual arousal, that doesn’t have much to do with a woman’s desire to have sex.
A woman wants to be (conventionally) attractive for any number of non-sexual reasons. Maybe she just wants to feel good about herself. Maybe she’s conforming to what she thinks makes her presentable. Maybe she just enjoys painting and her face just happens to be a pretty convenient canvas. I’d even go as far as to say that very few women put on makeup thinking “I want to look more fertile or sexually ready.” They think “I want to look nice!” So, makeup is more about many women’s self-esteem than its effect on some men. You have to look beyond makeup to get a better signal for a woman’s receptiveness to someone’s sexual advances. You know, the way they talk to you, their body language, and some such. Our idea of attractiveness has a lot to do with outward signs of sexual arousal and fertility. That does not mean that a woman applying makeup is actually sexually aroused (and willing to explore that with you). Life’s unfair like that. Yes, wearing glasses does not make a person illegible for IPS if the eyesight is otherwise all right and within permissible limits.