I recall a friend who once worked in a university hall of residence.
He told me he noted the good looking girls at the start of the year. During the year, having had opportunity to note their character, he decided that none were actually beautiful once the ugly inside was taken into account.
I was reminded of that after reading this story.
Drinks were thrown and blood was spilt when two blondes clashed in a bar about who looked best in a silver dress, a jury has been told.
Victoria Clapham, 22, wore the dress on a night out in central Wellington late last year. It was given to her by her friend Matthew Vibert and his mother – but she says she did not know he had previously given it to another woman.
In Wellington District Court yesterday Ms Clapham denied telling Masters that the dress looked better on her. The dress is not an exhibit in court and was not photographed for the jury to see.
Ms Clapham told the jury she knew Masters and Mr Vibert had broken up but not that the dress had previously belonged to Masters.
Masters was first to throw a drink when the pair met in the toilets.
Any man who dates either of these two is a fool.