The Price of Cute

Price n.
The amount as of money or goods, asked for or given in exchange for something else.
The cost at which something is obtained: believes that the price of success is hard work.
Archaic. Value or worth.

Cute adj., cut·er, cut·est.
Delightfully pretty or dainty.
Obviously contrived to charm; precious

I know you’ve seen it, and I know you know what this means. The price of cuteness is: short shorts when it’s freezing, or a tank top at night, maybe an itchy sweater or crunches until you can’t crunch any more.

You hit a point though where the price is too high and there’s not enough crunches that could help; where a nice jacket or long pants just sounds better than showing off those calves. There’s a ton more freedom in it. What do you think?

2 Comments

  1. There is a price to pay to be cute. True. However, it is the smarter that are creative enough to get around the payment and still fit the description of “cute”. (…and it’s all relative anyway… =)

  2. well said katie. i guess there’s a way to get around the price – but there’s still a price. you’re right though. it is relative – cute for one might be cute for another.

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