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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    What's the point?
    Of what?
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    Of what?
    Shaving your legs?

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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    Shaving your legs?

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    So I can feel like a lady, all silky and smooth.







    Not really, thought I would try and fit in with fellow leg shaving cyclists. The smoothness is just a bonus :yes:
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    I take this even further. If I say I'm meeting someone at 3pm it usually translates to 3.30pm at the earliest.
    That's not because you keep missing your trouser leg is it? If so, yay I'm not alone!

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    That's not because you keep missing your trouser leg is it? If so, yay I'm not alone!

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    It's because I hate being the first person there, standing around waiting for 20 mins! I'm a bad friend.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    It's because I hate being the first person there, standing around waiting for 20 mins! I'm a bad friend.
    Nahh you're not. I'm always late, luckily so is everyone else

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    I love animals and children.
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    I tend to be an equal-ish mix of traditionally feminine and traditionally masculine traits...

    But I guess crying at sad films/touching moments/character deaths is considered feminine??
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      I'm very emotional and sensitive, and spend a lot of time fussing/agonising over my hair.
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      (Original post by ChickenMadness)
      I love children.
      So being a teacher is not a masculine career then?
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      (Original post by Aivicore)

      But I guess crying at sad films/touching moments/character deaths is considered feminine??
      I think you're right. It's a shame that it's considered feminine to get emotionally attached to fictional characters.
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      Having a waist and being empathetic .
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      (Original post by Autistic Merit)
      So being a teacher is not a masculine career then?
      Why are you asking me that? lol.
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      (Original post by ChickenMadness)
      Why are you asking me that? lol.
      I'm guessing he teaches
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      (Original post by ChickenMadness)
      Why are you asking me that? lol.
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      I'm guessing he teaches
      Yeah I'm a teacher and I'm masculine but I love working with kids.
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      (Original post by Autistic Merit)
      Yeah I'm a teacher and I'm masculine but I love working with kids.
      Sounds like you got some good personality traits going on there. *

      *see my username

      **not srs (about the hitting on you part)
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      (Original post by Dehydrated)
      Sounds like you got some good personality traits going on there. *

      *see my username

      **not srs (about the hitting on you part)
      I also have an extremely high sex drive - masculine.
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      (Original post by Autistic Merit)
      Yeah I'm a teacher and I'm masculine but I love working with kids.
      Doesn't really change child rearing and fondness of children being a traditionally feminine trait.
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      (Original post by Autistic Merit)
      I also have an extremely high sex drive - masculine.
      Well... I'm feeling quite thirsty all of a sudden
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      I spend ages doing my hair
     
     
     
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