Latvia is a tiny country in the Baltic States with the most beautiful women in the world, according to this article. But does it make them happy?
You may have seen an article doing the rounds over the last couple of weeks about Latvian women being the most beautiful women in the world. They beat off some pretty steep competition from the Swedes, the Italians and the Brazilians. I wonder what it is that makes Latvian women so beautiful to outsiders. Is it their eyes, their hair, their bodies?
And how can we really say that one nationality is more beautiful than any other? However, the online reaction to the article has been a real surprise to me. So how should a woman react when receiving a compliment? Instead of focusing on the positive, commentators have used the article as a weapon in the never-ending rant about Soviet times, Latvians vs Russians and the state of the economy.