...are you serious?

You're self-conscious enough to ask people on the internet what they think of your appearance?

If you can't understand how beautiful you truly are, you don't deserve to get the compliments you're longing for.

If you say silly things like that just for the compliments the polite people give you, then you certainly aren't as beautiful on the inside as people say.

Don't complain about how people don't say you're beautiful.

Your scars may be permanent, but they're a reminding part of who you used to be, guy who got called an emo fag at school because he wears a lot of black and has a cutting scar on his wrist from that one mistake.

You're not fat like you think you are, girl who got pressured to lose weight and is now bulimic.

You're smile is beautiful, girl who isn't necessarily as attractive as the other girls at school because of her braces.

You're in no need to ask this kind of thing, because when it all comes together, you'll find that one person who thinks your scars are the most handsome part of you.

Or that your braces make you look absolutely adorable, and they pag-ibig halik you even with them on.

Or that the zit on your forehead is invisible and that you needn't worry about it.

Or that size doesn't matter and you'll always be the perfect size to them.

It really doesn't matter what you look like on the outside.
Just as long as you don't have that depressing frown on every self-conscious person's face that appears when someone isn't looking at them the way they want them to.

Be confident in who you really are, and pag-ibig the traits of yourself. And stop being such a priss about the imperfections on your outside.