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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Catchoftheday, Dec 19, 2008.
Are you really going out into the world looking like that.
Come on tidy yourself up
for one horrifying moment i thought my grandmother was on this site. *shudder*
MMMHmmm! All that was missing was the muttering under the breath,
"Damn' fool goin' out there lookin' like a motherless chile. Like she's got no family!"
Anyway. Tie your shoes!
Yeah, I'm going out like this what's it to you Bub? I got me a image to uphold and this oughta do it.
On second thought you're right. I shouldn't go out looking like this-why don't you go do my shopping and errands for me?
Okay, I'll put on a hat.
I tell my family that all the time
Where are you- at a delivery room?
OMG! My mom said that to me through most of my teens. :tongue: :lmao: It was usually followed by, "for heavens sake put on some lipstick you never know when you will meet Mr. Right."
Who should I be going out looking like??
You don't understand this. This is called fashion. FASHION!!!
*hurtles out of the room waving arms*
NTQT - what is it with mothers and lipstick? every dyke i know, her mother "maybe if you just wore a little lipstick...". no, it's not changing a damn thing.
anyway, i am going out. all moms, grans and those concerned i am presentable. boots polished, laced neatly and tied. clothes clean, pressed and coordinated. washed behind my ears, the hair is neat. i'll look both ways before i cross the street, i'll the hold the door open for people, i won't swear and i promise to use please, thank you, Sir and Ma'am as needed.
and YES i am wearing clean underwear.
forgot. i'm taking a jacket just in case.
The local mall seems to have a lot of girls under 25 who wear low rise jeans. What makes this so bad is they are usually grossly overweight and they like to wear t shirts which ride up over their bellys. :yuck: Add to this the requisite heart, butterfly, or dolphin tramp stamp and it's enought to make me hurl my mocha frappucino. I usually say to myself, "what a shame that poor child has no mother."
OMG, the first time this was said to me, I took afront. Now...
If they only knew...
Well done Mr Pecker that's much nicer :smile:
Anybody, just not like THAT :frown1:
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