what does it mean when say that someone lives a "Shallow life"? can explain? why they like that?
- 8 months agoFavourite answer
Shallow life is a life in which there is no great thinking. It is an ordinary life where we do a job, earn money, get married, have children, bring them up, get them married, take part in entertainment, fulfill sex desires, purchase a house, earn great or small wealth and finally die one day without even asking what was the purpose of our life in the very first place.
- LindaLv 78 months ago
They are materialistic and only care about looks, money, and status and especially making themselves happy at the expense of others.
- Anonymous8 months ago
They are only interested in superficial or materialistic aspects of life. They are not deep thinkers. They are in a rut. They follow a daily routine without trying to understand why.
- j153eLv 78 months ago
The implication is "deep" or "profound" vs "shallow" or "unawakened."
An example of shallow or stereotypical "Valley girl norm" is given in the science fiction movie "Earth Girls Are Easy." In other words, the first human-alien contact, as experienced by two Valley girls, finds them focusing on the possibilities for dating the aliens. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_Girls_Are_Easy
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- 8 months ago
all they like is materlistic things