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    I was gonna say man up, but i think TSRs got it covered
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    (Original post by scorpion95)
    Go for it, nothing wrong with older girls,
    Otherwise known as women.
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    late 20's is considered 'older women'
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    wats frigid..

    why dont i understand anything here.. do you like have a specialist TSR terminology of the lexical and semantic feild. don't you mean

    rigid. lol.
    Judging from your posts in this topic, you honestly can't be older than 10.
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    (Original post by ButterflyWishes)
    late 20's is considered 'older women'
    If the woman is older than you by a few years, then she's going to be considered an 'older woman' whether she's in her late 20s or under 20.
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    (Original post by Sadian)
    Judging from your posts in this topic, you honestly can't be older than 10.
    lol..yeh you see i cant be asked to do anything in full words.. that why i sound like a child.

    However, if you do want me to speak in the appropriate recieved pronounciation, then i shall do so. i apoligize from being from a working class background. we were not gifted with the correct english, that is why im very colloqial and tend to use alot of slang words with everyone!!!
    i got A* in my english. dont needto pruv anyting to any1!
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    lol..yeh you see i cant be asked to do anything in full words.. that why i sound like a child.

    However, if you do want me to speak in the appropriate recieved pronounciation, then i shall do so. i apoligize from being from a working class background. we were not gifted with the correct english, that is why im very colloqial and tend to use alot of slang words with everyone!!!
    i got A* in my english. dont needto pruv anyting to any1!
    received*
    apologize*
    for*
    colloquial*
    a lot*
    A* in English? Standards are really slacking.
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    (Original post by Sadian)
    received*
    apologize*
    for*
    colloquial*
    a lot*
    A* in English? Standards are really slacking.
    like i didn't no how to spell it. obviously i do. just couldn't be asked.!!
    but yeh good english does not come naturally to me. but i did get an a* woooooo

    juxtaposition yeh
    oxymoron
    just for the emphasis!
    wbu! what did u get.

    btw i get soo peed off when someone observes my writing!! don't!!!! i get angry...
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    Play it cool, relax, remember she approached you so there shouldn't be as much pressure and BANG HER!
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    Teveth, just ask yourself this:

    What would Ed do?
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    (Original post by DontJudge)


    like i didn't no how to spell it. obviously i do. just couldn't be asked.!!
    but yeh good english does not come naturally to me. but i did get an a* woooooo

    juxtaposition yeh
    oxymoron
    just for the emphasis!
    wbu! what did u get.

    btw i get soo peed off when someone observes my writing!! don't!!!! i get angry...
    I haven't done my GCSEs yet. Now look, I wouldn't be correcting you if you weren't so up yourself randomly bringing up how you got an A* in English which somehow means that you're allowed to type almost incoherently. You don't have to type perfectly but the way you just bring up that you got an A* in English and bragging about it makes you come off as obnoxious, especially accompanied with your terrible spelling and grammar.

    Also, you're not s'posed to do a full stop before exclamation marks. And just because you randomly mention English literary terms doesn't mean anything, just makes you come off as quite stupid.
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    (Original post by Sadian)
    I haven't done my GCSEs yet. Now look, I wouldn't be correcting you if you weren't so up yourself randomly bringing up how you got an A* in English which somehow means that you're allowed to type almost incoherently. You don't have to type perfectly but the way you just bring up that you got an A* in English and bragging about it makes you come off as obnoxious, especially accompanied with your terrible spelling and grammar.

    Also, you're not s'posed to do a full stop before exclamation marks. And just because you randomly mention English literary terms doesn't mean anything, just makes you come off as quite stupid.
    noo.... imvery proud of my A*. and im sure you would be. if you camefrom an area which are full of gangs.its not safe anywhere. you can;t revise anywhere! at home its adisaster. im not white!! i put my all into thiss i wanna get a good education!! despite all this i made it. i made it.

    people always assume im dumb cos of my area. but i made it.
    its not obnoxious. if you got it you flaUNT IT.
    however i would think its obnoxious if a middle class rich person kept flaunting it.. cos obviously they'd get a good gradE!!!/

    btw how cumyou havn't done your GCSE, does this mean your younger than me??
    shocking!!! your very mature for your age
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    (Original post by DontJudge)


    noo.... imvery proud of my A*. and im sure you would be. if you camefrom an area which are full of gangs.its not safe anywhere. you can;t revise anywhere! at home its adisaster. im not white!! i put my all into thiss i wanna get a good education!! despite all this i made it. i made it.

    people always assume im dumb cos of my area. but i made it.
    its not obnoxious. if you got it you flaUNT IT.
    however i would think its obnoxious if a middle class rich person kept flaunting it.. cos obviously they'd get a good gradE!!!/

    btw how cumyou havn't done your GCSE, does this mean your younger than me??
    shocking!!! your very mature for your age
    I actually just turned 16 last month. I understand, I'm Bengali myself and I live in East London. My cousins and brother are those chav kinda people so I know what you mean. I feel bad now for being rude to you because you seem like a nice person.
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    (Original post by Sadian)
    I actually just turned 16 last month. I understand, I'm Bengali myself and I live in East London. My cousins and brother are those chav kinda people so I know what you mean. I feel bad now for being rude to you because you seem like a nice person.
    dont worry about it.
    mashallah your very clever for your age!
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    dont worry about it.
    mashallah your very clever for your age!
    Thanks!
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    (Original post by *Dreaming*)
    Looks like you've caught yourself a ****.
    This.
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    (Original post by Teveth)
    Okay, first of all, let me say that I have always had a liking for women older than myself, so when one started to chat me up at random when out shopping I couldn't believe my luck. She gave me her number and I didn't think much of it, but all day she's been texting me and she wants to meet up. What do I do? I'm not very good with women my own age, never mind women in their late 20s with a kid! I assumed she was just having a bit of fun, but apparently not.

    Do I need to man up, or shall I run a mile?
    Lol I dont' really see any problem with it; I like women regardless of their age, however maturity plays a large part in it as well (I'm assuming it's the same way with you.)

    I would say that if you're interested, go for it, however know where you and her stand in the relationship. There is a senior here that often invites me over to help with homework and hang out with and stuff, but I have to remember that A) I'm 19 and B) She's 24.
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    dont worry about it.
    mashallah your very clever for your age!
    (Original post by Sadian)
    Thanks!
    Run along kids, it's nearly your bed time.


    On topic though, smash it. :sexface:
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    (Original post by CB91)
    Run along kids, it's nearly your bed time.


    On topic though, smash it. :sexface:
    It actually is .__.
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    lol! you run along you 60 year pensioner! more long wheel along... you'd be in a wheel chair.

    it is for students
    Make sure your mum tucks you in and reads a you bedtime story.
 
 
 
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