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    (Original post by MR.ANONYMOUS 786)
    People say I'm quite handsome but I'm always self conscious and don't think that I'm sexy even though people say that I am.


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    my case depends if im fat or trim: fat girls kept flirting during 1st 2 years at uni / in sixth form; fat nobody is interested (although they do enjoy talking to me if they end up in the same place as me)
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    (Original post by MACmakeupgirl)
    Greg Jackson

    n-n-no homer? :sexface:
    :rofl: :rofl::rofl:
    homer isn't :haughty:
    Peter is kinda :haughty:
    But Sterling :haughty: :haughty: :haughty: :haughty: :haughty:
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    (Original post by ;63656485)
    my case depends if im fat or trim: fat girls kept flirting during 1st 2 years at uni / in sixth form; fat nobody is interested (although they do enjoy talking to me if they end up in the same place as me)
    I'm just a lean person with high cheekbones, prominent jawline, thick eyebrows and a long thin nose.


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    JIRAIYA of course!
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    My man's name:love::blush:
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    (Original post by MR.ANONYMOUS 786)
    I'm just a lean person with high cheekbones, prominent jawline, thick eyebrows and a long thin nose.


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    And a golden skin colour.


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    (Original post by WhimsicalSloth)
    You know I've been wanting to play these games for so long now but never got around to it is it any good? The song 'White Rabbit' by Jefferson Airplane is what I am named for, but I suppose you could categorise it as Alice in Wonderland-related nonetheless.

    They're fun. I love a great story, especially when the metaphor is so beautiful. A wonderland, an escape, then it's slow demise and impending destruction-- Is it strange that I find it such a cool topic?

    Jazz singers have been wailing about hearts broken by Alice for decades. You've got a heck of a heritage there. Some sweet melancholy:
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    Boys: Sebastian,Christian,spencer,Zayn ,

    Girls: Isabella, Mila, zahra, noora/noor,Allegra
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    Izzie/ Lizzie, Elsa, Amy, Abbie , Gemma. +most European female names. :drool:

    Matt, Ollie, Tyler,
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    Boys: Jon, Zayn, Nebuchadnezzar, Shah
    Girls: Arya, Haya, Cleopatra, Aisha
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    Amelie and Alexandria.
    Sebastian and Nathaniel.
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    (Original post by M14B)
    I met a posh girl whose name was Persephone.
    (I thought the way she pronounced it was divine)
    Are you sure she wasn't asking for the phone in her purse?
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    (Original post by whorace)
    Are you sure she wasn't asking for the phone in her purse?
    Never occurred to me.
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    Layla.
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    (Original post by M14B)
    I met a posh girl whose name was Persephone.
    (I thought the way she pronounced it was divine)
    Like purs-eff-onee
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    Abdi
    im creasin LOOOOL
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    (Original post by Blondie987)
    Like purs-eff-onee
    Like Perseus with a phone (she pronounced it)

    I remember it as Purse-eh-phone
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    (Original post by Blondie987)
    There are two ways the English way is just like 'Jen-a-veev' which is the way my family and friends pronounce it and the French is 'Jean-viev' I think the French version is spelt with an accent though, I'm planning on using the French prnuncaiton if I ever stay in a French speaking country for a while lol
    Oh my actual god, Genevieve in French :coma: actually gave me tingles
 
 
 
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