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    Ok, so I was shopping for clothes in a mall the other day, on my own. It was pretty quite and some girls working in the store were looking at me pointing me out to their work friends and smiling at me- i've had that a quite a bit before. But for the first time I had an almost 'laddish' comment from a couple of girls as I walked past them in the mall. As I approached them, they looked across and one shouted 'hubby-licious!' and then they smiled at each other. I have never had that and tbh i was a bit embarrased and walked straight past.

    Do girls actually do this? because i always thought it was bored groups of guys who would shout out/slander/honk (if in cars) young attractive girls.

    And what does hubbylicious mean anyway? lol
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    Well girls did it to you so clearly girls do 'actually do this'...

    /thread
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    It means you narrowly avoided having to interact with a bunch of retards.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Do girls actually do this? because i always thought it was bored groups of guys who would shout out/slander/honk (if in cars) young attractive girls.
    ...huh?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    As I approached them, they looked across and one shouted 'hubby-licious!' l

    http://i598.photobucket.com/albums/t...te/6t0bitx.gif

    They sound retarded.
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    Im so blooddy drunk boyy
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    girls sometimes say stuff like that to guys they find attractive, and hubbylicious is a compliment lol
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    Yes, they want you. However, because you just walked passed ****ting yourself they probably thought you were a little *****, they owned you for those few moments. I wipped my ass out to girls who did this, that shut them up. Do this then you'll have taken control, girls love that ****... Do this, and that glory hole is yours.
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    Wow! Where was this? Near a primary or secondary school? In a chav dominated area perhaps?
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    What kind of weirdo randomly shouts hubby-licious after someone :lolwut:
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    That made you uncomfortable? I'd like to see your reaction to old pervy men who shout 'get your tits out' at you .... I hope that now that you're at the receiving end you'll realize that not all girls are lying when they say they don't like guys to treat them like that. However, those girls were probably just having a laugh, I bet she wouldn't say that if she was alone.
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    Hubby-licious? Well, even I know that that's a pretty sure fire way to get a guy to play the most elusive game of hide and seek possible.
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    'Hubbylicious' isn't particularly masculine, it could have been an in-joke/saying. Relax!
 
 
 
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