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Answered 2010-05-17 00:16:47

Yes appearances is always deceptive especially when it comes to a relationship. We always think that people who are a quite type, or even shy can fool a lot of people. Not all people who are quite or shy will be that. And this will be the look that they want others to see from them. Appearances is very important but if we always believe that when a person is quite, it doesn't mean that he is always quite to everyone else. From my past experience the man that I married told me that he is a quite type man, but I found out that his only quite with me not to everyone. His appearances kind a fooled me but then again I never let it bothered me anymore because I am his wife.

So over all do not let appearances of a person fool you, there's a lot more that you must know when it comes to appearances.

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