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    (Original post by Democracy)
    Yeah, don't worry, I attract bad attention too especially in clubs...I always get groped by weirdos :bawling:
    I've groped ina club on one occasion, though I guess the outfit brought it on.

    I was outraged, but liked the attention though.:ninja:
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    (Original post by Democracy)
    Yeah, don't worry, I attract bad attention too especially in clubs...I always get groped by weirdos :bawling:
    Awww. :console:

    (Original post by fleur_de_haine)
    Cold and hideously dressed!

    Aww, even I can put on a saree (on a good day). It's just a matter of getting the folds and tightness right.:p:
    Rub it in why don't you. :p: I can never get into a routine with the folds it takes me ages to do that, doesn't help being small either have to tuck that fabric somewhere!
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    (Original post by Nitzy)
    Awww. :console:



    Rub it in why don't you. :p: I can never get into a routine with the folds it takes me ages to do that, doesn't help being small either have to tuck that fabric somewhere!
    Just tuck it into the petticoat at the top, just don't let it bunch up too much! To make the pleats, just use two hands, it's a finger action you need that I can't explain lol.
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    (Original post by fleur_de_haine)
    Just tuck it into the petticoat at the top, just don't let it bunch up too much! To make the pleats, just use two hands, it's a finger action you need that I can't explain lol.
    Lol, I know how to do its just putting it into practice that I fail at. :\ And tucking that much in feels funny.
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    (Original post by Nitzy)
    Lol, I know how to do its just putting it into practice that I fail at. :\ And tucking that much in feels funny.
    Aww fair enough. Well, I guess I don't face those problems, as I generally don't wear them, and I'm taller than my mother.:ninja:
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    (Original post by fleur_de_haine)
    Aww fair enough. Well, I guess I don't face those problems, as I generally don't wear them, and I'm taller than my mother.:ninja:
    You've worn one more times then I have! :p:

    I'm an inch taller then my mum, not that it makes any difference. Actually no one in my family is tall; were a bunch of shorties.
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    (Original post by Nitzy)
    You've worn one more times then I have! :p:

    I'm an inch taller then my mum, not that it makes any difference. Actually no one in my family is tall; were a bunch of shorties.
    No I haven't!:ninja:

    Started packing yet?
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    (Original post by fleur_de_haine)
    No I haven't!:ninja:

    Started packing yet?
    I've worn it once! :p:

    Yup, the big ones are packed just hand luggage to go, but I'll leave it till Tuesday.
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    (Original post by Nitzy)
    I've worn it once! :p:

    Yup, the big ones are packed just hand luggage to go, but I'll leave it till Tuesday.
    You need another suitcase....so I can stow away.:p:
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    (Original post by fleur_de_haine)
    You need another suitcase....so I can stow away.:p:
    Lol, there might be another suitcase to be added. :p:

    My parents are so cheap they want to take the train to Heathrow! And were leaving at 4/5pm. Indians eh?
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    (Original post by Nitzy)
    Lol, there might be another suitcase to be added. :p:

    My parents are so cheap they want to take the train to Heathrow! And were leaving at 4/5pm. Indians eh?
    Lol eek, I guess it is cheaper, and maybe faster? We always use the long-term parking thingy. I hate airports, they're so hustle-bustley. My mother's such an airport control freak as well, she has everything planned and goes a little crazy if we (or the airports:|) run off schedule.
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    (Original post by fleur_de_haine)
    Lol eek, I guess it is cheaper, and maybe faster? We always use the long-term parking thingy. I hate airports, they're so hustle-bustley. My mother's such an airport control freak as well, she has everything planned and goes a little crazy if we (or the airports:|) run off schedule.
    Most likely were going to take the district line. And that's never fast. :no: Much rather take the central line and change at holborn for the Piccadilly. I know what you mean, I also don't like airports because of all the waiting around you have to do, its so mind numbingly boring! I'm glad my mum doesn't go crazy otherwise I'll have to pretend I don't know her.
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    (Original post by Nitzy)
    Most likely were going to take the district line. And that's never fast. :no: Much rather take the central line and change at holborn for the Piccadilly. I know what you mean, I also don't like airports because of all the waiting around you have to do, its so mind numbingly boring! I'm glad my mum doesn't go crazy otherwise I'll have to pretend I don't know her.
    Meh, oh, if she ever gets too much I'll just scream 'Dhe has wires in her handbag!' and run in the opposite direction; I doubt I'd see her again:ninja:

    The District Line? Poor thing, you'd be better off walking!:p:
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    (Original post by fleur_de_haine)
    Meh, oh, if she ever gets too much I'll just scream 'Dhe has wires in her handbag!' and run in the opposite direction; I doubt I'd see her again:ninja:

    The District Line? Poor thing, you'd be better off walking!:p:
    Lol! Meanie! :p:

    I know, I bet that if I took my own route and left them to it I'll still beat them. I mean it's me after all. :awesome:
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    (Original post by Nitzy)
    Lol! Meanie! :p:

    I know, I bet that if I took my own route and left them to it I'll still beat them. I mean it's me after all. :awesome:
    Challenge them to it!

    Eek, you're going to be the 'person with the suitcase'; there's always one on the tube, that you wonder where they're coming from, or going to. Or perhaps that's just me being extremely bored and nosy dring journies.
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    (Original post by fleur_de_haine)
    Challenge them to it!

    Eek, you're going to be the 'person with the suitcase'; there's always one on the tube, that you wonder where they're coming from, or going to. Or perhaps that's just me being extremely bored and nosy dring journies.
    You know I might do that, I'll probably start complaining about how slow the train is before we get to mile end and I might just hop off and get on the central line and leave them there muhaha.

    Yeah, I'll be one of those people, but I might be carrying two trolleys. :ninja: That makes me special. Train journeys are always boring you need to entertain yourself somehow. I'll be wearing sunglasses so I'm going to a hot country. :p:
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    (Original post by Nitzy)
    You know I might do that, I'll probably start complaining about how slow the train is before we get to mile end and I might just hop off and get on the central line and leave them there muhaha.

    Yeah, I'll be one of those people, but I might be carrying two trolleys. :ninja: That makes me special. Train journeys are always boring you need to entertain yourself somehow. I'll be wearing sunglasses so I'm going to a hot country. :p:
    Lol, what are you wearing for the flight? Better be comfy!
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    (Original post by fleur_de_haine)
    Lol, what are you wearing for the flight? Better be comfy!
    A saree! Lots of thin layers so I can strip during the flight. Although that won't be a nice sight. :p:

    Most likely I will have to go back to Oxford street to find some comfy trousers, jeans is not really a good idea for a 9 hour flight is it? :no:
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    (Original post by Nitzy)
    A saree! Lots of thin layers so I can strip during the flight. Although that won't be a nice sight. :p:

    Most likely I will have to go back to Oxford street to find some comfy trousers, jeans is not really a good idea for a 9 hour flight is it? :no:
    No no no, jeans aren't a good idea! I'd go for PJ bottoms* if anything; it's what I always do if I'm flying long-haul. It depends on how cold you get though, I've been on some absolutely freeeeeezing flights, but meh, clothes just aren't comfy for me. I'd fly nude/in my boxers if I wouldn't be escorted off the plane and straight to a cell.

    Yeah, arriving post-flight in PJ bottoms, sandals, and sunglasses - I'm just so hot that I can pull it off!

    *Trackies to the airport then they can be removed mid-flight.
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    (Original post by fleur_de_haine)
    No no no, jeans aren't a good idea! I'd go for PJ bottoms* if anything; it's what I always do if I'm flying long-haul. It depends on how cold you get though, I've been on some absolutely freeeeeezing flights, but meh, clothes just aren't comfy for me. I'd fly nude/in my boxers if I wouldn't be escorted off the plane and straight to a cell.

    Yeah, arriving post-flight in PJ bottoms, sandals, and sunglasses - I'm just so hot that I can pull it off!

    *Trackies to the airport then they can be removed mid-flight.
    I guess so. Hmmm, I do have trackies but they're packed. Oh well gives me an excuse to buy more things. But my mum keeps telling me why I'm leaving things to the last minute bleh I don't care. Lol, I seem to hate sandals, I hate the sight of feet in general especially my own. So err I would have to do with the trackies and sunglasses.

    I guess if you had a private plane you could be naked all the time. :p:
 
 
 
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