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    I know this may sound silly, but I was sat on a bench in the park the other day and this boy walked past who muct have been about 16/17 and I thought "oh, he's nice looking" and then suddenly thought "dear God! I'm not allowed to think things like that anymore!". A group of men then walked past, and I suddenly realised that I'm now old enough to be acceptably fancied by men , but I'm not a woman yet. or am I :confused: ANyone else feel the same?
    #I'm not a girrrrrlllll.....not yet a womaannnnn, all I needddd is time. A moment that is mine, while I'm in betweeeen#

    I get like that all the time, I get really confused when kids nearly run into me and say "Say sorry to the lady" I'm like ...what no he ran into...ohhhh
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    Then what is the source of distress?
    Umm... the ravishment? I'm thinking Robin Hood Prince of Thieves evil man here.
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    (Original post by 2776)
    "Beign ravished damsel in distress" My god you are a randy English student
    Doesn't surprise you though, does it?
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    I'd have thought you'd have preferred Rickman's dark locks to Costner's mousey tones
    Rickman was on my top 20 list the other day.

    I like a bit of evilness...
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    I'd have thought you'd have preferred Rickman's dark locks to Costner's mousey tones
    hmmmm... he is such a good baddie in that film...

    lou xxx
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    I quite like the fact that "goodies" are usually blonde and baddies are usually darker. Filmmakers catering to my personal tastes.
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    Hmm, yes I have grown up a lot in the last couple of years for a number of reasons but I still find 16 year old school girls very attractive!!!!
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    There's something about a boy in school uniform. HOW BAD do I sound saying that?!
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    (Original post by blissy)
    I quite like the fact that "goodies" are usually blonde and baddies are usually darker. Filmmakers catering to my personal tastes.
    hmmmm yeh. did anyone else see goldeneye and want sean bean to come out ok and not pierce brosnan? just me then...

    lou xxx
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    (Original post by blissy)
    There's something about a boy in school uniform. HOW BAD do I sound saying that?!
    Nah, I'd say the same about girls
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    Nah, I'd say the same about girls
    Do you still have your school blazer JJ?
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    Lol I remember the first and last time I went to Jumpin Jacks and their were some school uniform girls there, they were 18/19 but some how it was so sexy. It was the only part of the night that was half decent.
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    (Original post by blissy)
    There's something about a boy in school uniform. HOW BAD do I sound saying that?!
    Just boys in suits generally
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    (Original post by blissy)
    There's something about a boy in school uniform. HOW BAD do I sound saying that?!
    lol *cradle snatcher*... i prefer guys in rugby shirts and that kinda slightly rough look... not really schoolboy...

    lou xxx
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    (Original post by Mysticmin)
    Just boys in suits generally
    mmmm, straightjackets :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    lol *cradle snatcher*... i prefer guys in rugby shirts and that kinda slightly rough look... not really schoolboy...

    lou xxx
    I have been majorly put off rugby players. Here in Cam they are the WORST. Especially those from John's :rolleyes:
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    Do you still have your school blazer JJ?
    I do. I still have my first ever blazer from when I was a wee nipper!!! My mother keeps them all. I've even got the shorts from when I was about 5
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    lol *cradle snatcher*... i prefer guys in rugby shirts and that kinda slightly rough look... not really schoolboy...

    lou xxx
    thats JJ (again)
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    (Original post by Mysticmin)
    Just boys in suits generally
    Any preference in colour of suit?
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    (Original post by Joey_Johns)
    I do. I still have my first ever blazer from when I was a wee nipper!!! My mother keeps them all. I've even got the shorts from when I was about 5
    I'm only interested in the most recent one though!


    I must say, I do like it when my bf is doing his silver service waiting.... I especially like his bow tie (I like to wear it too!)
 
 
 
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