But whoever invented the stuff called "glitter" is a sadist. There is nothing about glitter that could be considered attractive. I'd put it in the category of tacky, annoying, childish and dangerous.
Glitter sticks on everything except what you originally put it on. I had a gift on my car seat that I had picked up from my office. Close by was a folder that contained a donor agreement that I was presenting that afternoon. I was unaware that the wrapping paper and bow were covered with glitter. Even though the folder was a foot from the gift, it was covered with glitter when I arrived at my appointment.
I tried to wipe it off (stupid amateur mistake). Yes it was now on my hands, my suit and in my eyes. Ever get that stuff in your eyes? Man!
I walked in to the appointment looking like I spent the afternoon with a team of pole dancers.
Maybe it's just me. Maybe you ... my readers ... love glitter. Personally I believe in the phrase "All that glitters is not gold " although I'd probably replace "is not gold" with "is useless".
It's been a week and I STILL have glitter on my hand.
Excuse me I have to go take another shower.