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Dumbfounded, Louie tells Vanessa she is "beautiful." But Vanessa's goal is not to squeeze herself into Louie's definition of beauty. has employed the average-looking-Joe-scores-hotter-woman trope on his own show for four seasons.
All I want is to hold hands with a nice guy, and walk and talk.
It isn't until she gifts him very expensive hockey tickets that he offers her a friendly chat over coffee. You have no idea." As a waitress at the comedy club, Vanessa has watched Louie deliver dozens of self-deprecating monologues.
Their platonic meet up is pretty much a perfect date. But mocking oneself, especially when it comes to weight and body image, is a distinctly male privilege, she tells Louie: And the worst part is, I'm not even supposed to do this. Have you ever walked down the street in the light of day, holding hands, with a big girl like me?
Some of the many ways that you can attract women are with your confidence, charisma, charm, humor and masculine vibe. The more ways that you can make a woman feel attracted to you while you talk to her, the more she will be willing to overlook the fact that you’re not a perfect male model with loads of money and are just a normal guy.
That’s the truth, even if some people don’t want to believe it.
The reason why an ugly guy can have a hot girlfriend is that women can feel attracted to men for reasons other than looks.
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In the May 13 episode of "Louie" titled "So Did The Fat Lady," an overweight woman named Vanessa courts Louie aggressively.
She's quick and mordant and perfect for him, but he laughs off her advances like she's a child asking to arm wrestle. You think your dick is going to fall off if you hold hands with a fat girl?
When Vanessa starts to talk about how tough it is dating in New York as a "fat woman," Louie instinctually replies "You're not fat." Vanessa (played beautifully by Sarah Baker) proceeds to deliver the most incredible, seven-minute truth bomb we've seen on television all year. Tell anyone how bad it sucks, because it's too much for people.
"Louie, you know what the meanest thing is you can say to a fat girl? I mean, you, you can talk into the microphone and say you can't get a date, you're overweight. But if I say it, they call the suicide hotline on me.
This week, he used his storytelling abilities to reveal some powerful truths about body image, dating and the way the two interact. Had these words be written by a woman, they'd represent a confident, plus-size woman demanding her right to love her body and for others to recognize her worth. But coming from a white man in his late 40s with two young daughters, who is choosing to acknowledge body image issues that affect nearly everyone, the words are uniquely powerful.
is well known for his brand of humanity ripped-wide-open humor. Instead, she demands he recognize the reality of "fat" women's lives: Vanessa and Louie are both victims of inane beauty standards and the neuroses they produce: Vanessa's body is not seen as beautiful, while Louie loses an opportunity to date a wonderful woman because he will not permit himself to find an "unattractive" woman desirable. But with this monologue, he turns it in on himself.