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Old 08-15-2010, 02:30 PM   #12501
 
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So, I've lost over 20lbs in 4 months and no one's said anything besides the SO, who knows I've been working really hard at it. I mean, I am doing this for myself, but I'd like it to be noticed too. Is that so horrible? Sigh.
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^ NO! And Im very impressed! Well done you! Im sure you look amazing!
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I bet you look fantastic! I'm impressed and jealous. I hope we get to see pics of you looking gorgeous and awesomely fit in your beautiful retro wedding dress.
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a) people are using this thread for it's actual purpose oh god what is the world coming to.

b) I really really like myself! I am awesome! my hair is fabulous! I am smart! I look fan-freaking-tastic in glasses! why on earth do I sell myself so short?
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a) people are using this thread for it's actual purpose oh god what is the world coming to.

b) I really really like myself! I am awesome! my hair is fabulous! I am smart! I look fan-freaking-tastic in glasses! why on earth do I sell myself so short?

I just want to say " look, look with your curly eyes"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhZ_OLHdoNk
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Racism OTOH is usually based on hatred, an intense emotional dislike.
Hatred is bassed on fear of something unknown. Otherwise Idaho couldn't be both one of the whitest and most racist states - there's not too many minorities to have a familiar aversion to.

Parallel to that, most anti-gay bigots don't know any gays. Example: http://articles.sfgate.com/2010-01-2...rriage-couples

The video where he tearfully explains the scales falling from his eyes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnTwrnKb61Q
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Breaking the thread rules, but hey they've been broken eleventy billion times all ready but:

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I do not support gay rights and I think being gay is a sin.God made Adam and Eve,not Steve and Lee and not Eve and Linda.
Hmm, nice.

I don't believe god made Adam, Eve, Steve, Lee, Linda, Harry, Edward or anyone at all.


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omg turtles you are amazing. have I not said that enough? because you are! that commerical is the most amazing thing I've ever seen. why can't all commercials be that great?

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I wish that the nc.com curlies could have their own little town so I could just go hang out with you guys when I wanted to and get shopping advice and exchange hair products. I feel like that would be so fun!
me too! do you know of any good shopping sites! LOL I'm online shopping now! not really I'm just online window shopping..
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Old 08-15-2010, 03:56 PM   #12511
 
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I love online window shopping! it helps me figure out what I want to add to my closet.

I really like wetseal, forever21, and charlotte russe for trendier stuff that won't last as long, and the websites are super easy to use. I have long searched for an h&m website, but I just can't find one in english. I go to anthropologie to drool over clothes I can't afford and on j.crew sometimes, but that's just for belts.

my lord, I think I have a problem.
www.hm.com/us

I like AE for jeans, tanks, and graphic tees. Target has plain v-neck tees that hold up well. I also like their skirts and jackets. And I just got a lovely flannel plaid shirt there...I'm going back for some more in different colors . Aeropostale has decent camis/tanks. I used to like H&M, but we don't have one nearby.....

Oh! And Aeropostale's Curvy Hailey jeans are nice if you have a large booty....They also cuff well if you cuff you jeans in the fall/winter.
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I love online window shopping! it helps me figure out what I want to add to my closet.

I really like wetseal, forever21, and charlotte russe for trendier stuff that won't last as long, and the websites are super easy to use. I have long searched for an h&m website, but I just can't find one in english. I go to anthropologie to drool over clothes I can't afford and on j.crew sometimes, but that's just for belts.

my lord, I think I have a problem.
www.hm.com/us

I like AE for jeans, tanks, and graphic tees. Target has plain v-neck tees that hold up well. I also like their skirts and jackets. And I just got a lovely flannel plaid shirt there...I'm going back for some more in different colors . Aeropostale has decent camis/tanks. I used to like H&M, but we don't have one nearby.....

Oh! And Aeropostale's Curvy Hailey jeans are nice if you have a large booty....They also cuff well if you cuff you jeans in the fall/winter.
nice!
I need new pants. and I have a coupon for them and I have a big butt!
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I love online window shopping! it helps me figure out what I want to add to my closet.

I really like wetseal, forever21, and charlotte russe for trendier stuff that won't last as long, and the websites are super easy to use. I have long searched for an h&m website, but I just can't find one in english. I go to anthropologie to drool over clothes I can't afford and on j.crew sometimes, but that's just for belts.

my lord, I think I have a problem.
www.hm.com/us

I like AE for jeans, tanks, and graphic tees. Target has plain v-neck tees that hold up well. I also like their skirts and jackets. And I just got a lovely flannel plaid shirt there...I'm going back for some more in different colors . Aeropostale has decent camis/tanks. I used to like H&M, but we don't have one nearby.....

Oh! And Aeropostale's Curvy Hailey jeans are nice if you have a large booty....They also cuff well if you cuff you jeans in the fall/winter.
nice!
I need new pants. and I have a coupon for them and I have a big butt!
They have Curvy Haileys, Curvy Baylas, and Curvy Chelseas, which are flares, skinnies, and bootcut, respectively.

The only problem is that they can be a pain to find in-store. You may have to try a few different stores to find them...or you could just order them.
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kenzie. DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU??

I've stayed away from american eagle because their stuff is skin-tight on me and I'm super uncomforable with my tummy. That's the reason I don't like abercrombie and hollister either, their sizes run small and my tummy needs room to breathe!

have you guys already done back-to-school shopping?
I've done some, but the AE nearest us was out of the length I need in jeans, so I'm ordering those and a few shirts. I have a couple other shirts, and really all I need now is a jacket and a new purse.....cause there's NO FREAKING WAY all of my books and my computer will fit in my backpack. Ergh.


I can't even walk past Abercrombie/Hollister in the mall because of all of the icky perfume. And I think it's kinda weird that you think AE's stuff is tight. I always thought they ran a bit big....
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no, my back to school shopping is kaput lol. I figured it would be too busy to shop.




*little rant*

so I have another job interview tomorrow, I feel by talking about it I'm already jinxing it, but I'm confused.

So the interview is at the same place the last interview was but I'm not sure where at. Its a theater so it might just be in the same office, where i had my last interview, what I'm mainly scared of is that If I go and the ladies that interviewed me last time see me going for an interview in a different department of the theater, they might just think to NOT hire me when school starts. But what if the interview tomorrow goes bad and then NO ONE hires me. UGH.

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Old 08-15-2010, 04:26 PM   #12518
 
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I need to get a bag too...what class do you need your computer for?

hmm..maybe i'm grouping AE with abercrombie and them? I tend to stay away from tshirts/tank tops in general, so maybe my memory is fuzzy? I also tend to deny when I'm gaining weight and won't go a size up :/ which I am working on!
All of them. Our school district is a tester district. All of the students get MacBooks, and Apple is monitoring our test scores, grades, and productivity, among other things.

Its kind of a pain in the ass though. Especially cause teachers use the computers to assign more projects, and because you can only use the school-assigned backpacks for your laptop, which fall apart after 6 months.
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Old 08-15-2010, 04:29 PM   #12519
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Note to paranoid self: My hair can frizz. My outfit can suck. But I'm still beautiful.
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