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Old 12-08-2004, 12:47 AM   #21 (permalink)
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^ i really dislike girl's fashion in general. i always thought punk girls were really cute though. maybe its because its just different from the rest. i noticed i kinda like geeky girls too, it's f*cked up.
oh and i dont really expose my arse to the world. i sag my jeans but i dont bare all. it's not one of those obnoxious sagging where i have to hold up my pants or anything.
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Old 12-08-2004, 12:57 AM   #22 (permalink)
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meh, my style is really laid back, jeans and a t-shirt, or a sweater/hoodie type thing, only my clothes need to be really fitted, I'm not a fan of baggy clothes on me, but I don't wear skin tight stuff either. And raine, I completely agree with you on the fact that people should never show 5 inches of their stomachs if their stomach is hanging over the waistline of their jeans.
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Old 12-08-2004, 01:05 AM   #23 (permalink)
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meh, my style is really laid back, jeans and a t-shirt, or a sweater/hoodie type thing, only my clothes need to be really fitted, I'm not a fan of baggy clothes on me, but I don't wear skin tight stuff either. And raine, I completely agree with you on the fact that people should never show 5 inches of their stomachs if their stomach is hanging over the waistline of their jeans.
Thank you.
This just really makes me sick. And sometimes I can't help but stare at it because they out it out there.

And I can wear just about anything but don't. I have a flat stomach. But the last time I wore a belly shirt or something like i had to have been maybe 12.
And I ould wear baggy jeans but I kinda have a habit of ripping those more easily than other jeans. And I could wear sweats all the time or wind breakers but the sound just annoys me and sometimes it's too hot to wear sweats.
And I could wear shirts that show 5 inches of my stomach but if I did my mom would hire a 24 hour body guard and that would be embarrassing.
And I'd wear shorts but if I did my mom step dad would kill every guy who looked at me. And I'd wear hills but I'm already taller than the average girl so then I'd also be a lot taller thans some guys and it doesn't help that I have a reputation for being a guy basher and that I beat the crap out of one guy before. Actually I think it was 4 guys on different occasions but you get the idea. And I'd wear boots all the time but I'm more of a sneaker person and I hate the laces on boots. And I'd wear earrings if it weren't for the fac that I always lose them. And I'd wear sandals all the time if I didn't live with so many klutzs.
and I'd keep typing in this post if I wanted to be known as the biggest loser here. So i'll stop
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Old 12-08-2004, 01:15 AM   #24 (permalink)
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heh, I always have to wear earings (i need them to fiddle with), a necklace (again, I fiddle with it, nervous habbit), a watch (I always need to know the time), and two of my rings that have a really special meaning for me. I usually wear heels, but they're only like 2 inches, so not very high at all.
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Old 12-08-2004, 01:35 AM   #25 (permalink)
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heh, I always have to wear earings (i need them to fiddle with), a necklace (again, I fiddle with it, nervous habbit), a watch (I always need to know the time), and two of my rings that have a really special meaning for me. I usually wear heels, but they're only like 2 inches, so not very high at all.
I can't sleep. And it's about 2:30 in the morning and I'm gnna be tired as heck in school tomorrow.

I'm 5'8" and me in heels is like a 350 lb woman in a belly shirt.
Maybe not that extreme but you get the idea. (Wait do canadians have the same metric system as americans?)

I only wear breacelets, necklaces, earrings and toe rings.
Two of my rings are special to me. One my grand dad gave me and the other has dolphins on it and it's very very cool.
I have a locket.. . that i can't find. . .For the past 2 years.
I have a locket that I can't find. . for the past 4 years.
There is nothing on my neck at this point.
I've got maybe 400 toe rings at the least. I have taken the time to count and accessorize them and organixe them ina particular order. Red ones take up two cases that can hold 24 in a case. Blue ones take up about 6 that can take up about 24 in a case. Flower designed toe rings fill about 9 cases each that hold 24 rings. Then we've got the ethnic toe rings that say stuff liek cuba or bonita or something and those take up 4 cases. Then you've got the toe rings for when you wanna feel pretty cause that must be what you're feeling if no one's gonna see them. Those take up 3 cases. and the list goes on and on. I have a toe ring fetish and I can't help it. I have about as many toe rings as nutter butters that I go through in 2 months.

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Old 12-08-2004, 01:40 AM   #26 (permalink)
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I've got a zillion rings, two that I always wear (one that I got in iceland, and one that my best friend gave me), then I wear two others, which changes every day. All of my necklaces have some sort of sentimental meaning, and my earings are just there because I feel wierd if I don't have them in. I'm 5'8 too (canada is on the metric system, but I grew up using the imperial system, so I always think in terms of pounds and feet and inches), but I still wear heels, and my dress shoes are like 3 inches, so i'm 5'11 with them on, but I hang around tall people, so I don't feel like a giant.
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Old 12-08-2004, 01:51 AM   #27 (permalink)
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I've got a zillion rings, two that I always wear (one that I got in iceland, and one that my best friend gave me), then I wear two others, which changes every day. All of my necklaces have some sort of sentimental meaning, and my earings are just there because I feel wierd if I don't have them in. I'm 5'8 too (canada is on the metric system, but I grew up using the imperial system, so I always think in terms of pounds and feet and inches), but I still wear heels, and my dress shoes are like 3 inches, so i'm 5'11 with them on, but I hang around tall people, so I don't feel like a giant.
One of my best friends is barely 4'11"

You are one of the few girls I've met who is above 5'6" and likes to wear heels.
Yuo wanna hear something crazy though?
My younger sister is taller than both me and you. She's about 5'9" or 6'1"
I get my shortness from my mom. If she was taller like everyone else in my family i would be taller than my sister.
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Old 12-08-2004, 01:56 AM   #28 (permalink)
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yeah, see my mom's family is all scandinavian, so they're all giants, and my dad's family are midgets (with the exception of my dad). Everyone in my mom's family is rediculously tall except her (5'6), and everyone in my dad's family is rediculously short, except him (6'0).
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Old 12-08-2004, 11:48 AM   #29 (permalink)
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Old 12-08-2004, 11:50 AM   #30 (permalink)
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yo wats happenin up in this room
ya'll tryin to rap
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