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Old 02-25-2011, 03:08 PM
 
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Why are we only talking about the women?

What about the old guys with their bad hair pieces who think they're 25 and the hottest thing on the planet?

I say we give the men a little grief too, Sisters!! Solidarity!
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Old 02-25-2011, 03:13 PM
 
Location: BK All Day
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Why are we only talking about the women?

What about the old guys with their bad hair pieces who think they're 25 and the hottest thing on the planet?

I say we give the men a little grief too, Sisters!! Solidarity!

HAHA I could talk about my dad's clothes and GLASSES all day. My dad tucks everything in. EVERYTHING. Every single time I left the house my dad would say "Aren't you going to tuck that top in?"

How about his slippers that look like big puffy golf shoes.

And he thinks flip flops are some kind of "trailer park" fashion.
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Old 02-25-2011, 03:14 PM
 
Location: Denver area
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Why are we only talking about the women?

What about the old guys with their bad hair pieces who think they're 25 and the hottest thing on the planet?

I say we give the men a little grief too, Sisters!! Solidarity!
LOL - I was wondering the same thing when I saw the thread in Fashion about when should women stop shopping in the junior dept. I wondered where the thread was about "when should men stop shopping in the "young mens" dept? When should they stop wearing jeans that sag? Or backward ball caps? Or, on the other end....can we talk "comb-overs"?
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Old 02-25-2011, 03:17 PM
 
Location: BK All Day
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LOL - I was wondering the same thing when I saw the thread in Fashion about when should women stop shopping in the junior dept. I wondered where the thread was about "when should men stop shopping in the "young mens" dept? When should they stop wearing jeans that sag? Or backward ball caps? Or, on the other end....can we talk "comb-overs"?
When I was 14 and had an x-ray that revealed that I was going to stay around 5'3" my mom said "Consider this a blessing, you can shop in Juniors forever".

Are you telling me she was lying?
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Old 02-25-2011, 03:20 PM
 
Location: Denver area
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ohio - you can shop in the jr. dept as long as your little heart desires as far as I'm concerned.
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Old 02-25-2011, 03:23 PM
 
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ohio - you can shop in the jr. dept as long as your little heart desires as far as I'm concerned.
Horray
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Old 02-25-2011, 03:50 PM
 
Location: Deep in the heart of Texas
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A form fitting, covering style of dressing on a pretty woman shows confidence, self respect, and class, and imo makes them more attractive.
These women who walk around showing the junk in the trunk with the overload hanging out looks like street walkers to me and are advertising that they are a piece of property that can be had cheap.
They all have skin, legs, breasts, butts.
And some of those that cover up have a lot better bodies than the ones that make it a point to show the goods to anyone who is hard up enough to just accept a body commercial.
Before any of you slam me for my opinion, I have a very pretty adult daughter with 2 kids who thinks showing as much as is allowed is the way to go. (She just went through a divorce)
She is 5'2", blond, blue eyes, 112 lbs, 34 yrs old, and beautifull.
She thinks her best attributes is her looks and body and wants to show it.
She came in the house one day and I told her to go home and change into something respectable if she wanted to visit old Dad.
She is my first born of 6 kids and I love her. But I don't want to see her looking like that.
I've seen her ass before when she was a baby and I changed her diaper. I don't want to see it now.
If my wife dressed like that when I met her my daughter wouldn't be here. I would have looked but never married her. My wife was beautifull back then (still is to me) but she didn't act like she thought she was. She dressed like she had more to offer than just what could be seen on the outside. And she has what flesh alone can't show.
Quality, love, and foreverness for the two of us.
Cheap thrills never interested me. I wanted more than that. Luckily, I found one who didn't just do body commercials.
She could have. She had one to show if she wanted to.
But she wasn't a flaunter. Didn't need to be. It showed through her modest style of dress and her opinion that she wasn't anymore than average.
She was way above average. The most beautifull women are those that don't know they are.
The most unbeautifull are the ones who aren't but wannabee by dressing like they think they are.
Another AMEN! I dress conservatively and I have met some absolutely GORGEOUS women who are dressed conservative as well. We don't have to show off our bodies to feel good about ourselves. And frankly, my hubby knows I'm sexy and I don't have to show my midriff to prove it.
PLUS I have young boys. I don't want them thinking they can go around oggling women. I want them to respect their future wives. And if my dressing modestly helps them, then more power to them in the future.

**Just my feelings and opinion. You can wear whatever you want**
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Old 02-25-2011, 04:23 PM
 
Location: Next stop Antarctica
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A form fitting, covering style of dressing on a pretty woman shows confidence, self respect, and class, and imo makes them more attractive.
These women who walk around showing the junk in the trunk with the overload hanging out looks like street walkers to me and are advertising that they are a piece of property that can be had cheap.
They all have skin, legs, breasts, butts.
And some of those that cover up have a lot better bodies than the ones that make it a point to show the goods to anyone who is hard up enough to just accept a body commercial.
Before any of you slam me for my opinion, I have a very pretty adult daughter with 2 kids who thinks showing as much as is allowed is the way to go. (She just went through a divorce)
She is 5'2", blond, blue eyes, 112 lbs, 34 yrs old, and beautifull.
She thinks her best attributes is her looks and body and wants to show it.
She came in the house one day and I told her to go home and change into something respectable if she wanted to visit old Dad.
She is my first born of 6 kids and I love her. But I don't want to see her looking like that.
I've seen her ass before when she was a baby and I changed her diaper. I don't want to see it now.
If my wife dressed like that when I met her my daughter wouldn't be here. I would have looked but never married her. My wife was beautifull back then (still is to me) but she didn't act like she thought she was. She dressed like she had more to offer than just what could be seen on the outside. And she has what flesh alone can't show.
Quality, love, and foreverness for the two of us.
Cheap thrills never interested me. I wanted more than that. Luckily, I found one who didn't just do body commercials.
She could have. She had one to show if she wanted to.
But she wasn't a flaunter. Didn't need to be. It showed through her modest style of dress and her opinion that she wasn't anymore than average.
She was way above average. The most beautifull women are those that don't know they are.
The most unbeautifull are the ones who aren't but wannabee by dressing like they think they are.
I think you could add to that the sexy ones also don't know they are ...personnally i think the more sexy you try to be the less sexy you are.
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Old 02-25-2011, 08:18 PM
 
Location: West Orange, NJ
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Why are we only talking about the women?

What about the old guys with their bad hair pieces who think they're 25 and the hottest thing on the planet?

I say we give the men a little grief too, Sisters!! Solidarity!
cause a 40 yr old man showing off his midriff isn't considered sexy ever.
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Old 02-25-2011, 08:27 PM
 
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I never wear heels out of fear of being decapitated by a ceiling fan, but if I was shorter, I would wear them frequently.
I can relate. I have to walk with my neck bent if I go into my basement wearing my shoes.

Ceiling fans aren't a problem since our ceilings are 10' high throughout the house.

My basement ceiling must be under 6' though because I'm only 5'11" with 3'1/2" heels.
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