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rach2jlc

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Let me give you a background

I go to school at Barnard Collge =/
it's not so bad
I'm only 18, i don't have an exorbitant amount of money like many other people here, but i can still buy Dolce & Gabbana jeans Haha OMG ! LOL !!!!!
and i buy a high amount of Versace and Hollister dress shirts just for variety and because they look nice to me, i know its not the best quality but i like having enough quantity (30 dress shirts to be exact)
feel free to critique
maybe i should be buying $800-1000 dollar Kabbaz dress shirts instead of less expensive ones even though ill end up having less dress shirts because Kabbaz tells me that it's like Lamborghini instead of Corvette.
I dress in tube tops not fitted, shorty-shorts or leather chaps, and nice clean white sneakers nike/creative recreation


Just today walking to the cafeteria, I noticed the girl in front of me, about the same age.
I noticed she was wearing a dress and no top, but some sparkly stars on her nipples. I sometimes also wear a nice conservative white dress shirt with some type of stripes not tucked in, which is important to me because if you tuck your shirt in it just says your a teacher or something like your uptight or just odd because a dress shirt is only casual if you leave it untucked. And some nice clean black pants.
She was also wearing some Louboutin Pumps, the ones with the straps which sometimes i question whether i should wear these because the straps also seem questionable to me, but these were very clean and looked excellent and made her foot look almost edible
She didn't shave her pits and had excellent style without looking floozy-ish, overall very sophisticated
=)
Now I was thinking how would it be to introduce myself to her just based on the passion for sex and sexy time and feeling "ranchy" and "uninhabited"

I don't think im straight but do you guys think its weird that I would like to meet her just because we have the same interest in having random "ranchy-time" sex?
I was "really feeling her style"
which i definitely do like boys, but i cannot deny how perfectly she had her nipples hidden with sparkly stars.

I mean I would definitely say nothing could be improved in my taste for general street wear
maybe ill see her again, and ill definitely say something!!! =)
 

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Originally Posted by rach2jlc
maybe ill see her again, and ill definitely say something!!! =)

Please do, and make sure to give her my address. It's a shame for scantily-clad women to be wasted on unappreciative people.
 

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Sorry honey, but using the phrase "louboutin pumps" in any context other then "I can't believe my wife spent our entire vacation budget on a pair of Louboutin pumps" means you are irrevocably homo.
 

rach2jlc

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Originally Posted by Magician
Sorry honey, but using the phrase "louboutin pumps" in any context other then "I can't believe my wife spent our entire vacation budget on a pair of Louboutin pumps" means you are irrevocably homo.

but i go to barnard and was feeling ranchy and she had nipple stars OMG LOL!!!
 

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I did a chick from Barnard once.
 

rach2jlc

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Originally Posted by MetroStyles
I did a chick from Barnard once.

lol i just did this for a laugh OMG LOL! Lulz! BRB! ROTFLMAOPIMP!!!! LOL!! OMG!
down to the diction of my speech =D
 

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Originally Posted by rach2jlc
down to the diction of my speech =D
God, you homos are always talking about dics.
 

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Originally Posted by rach2jlc
lol i just did this for a laugh OMG LOL! Lulz! BRB! ROTFLMAOPIMP!!!! LOL!! OMG!
down to the diction of my speech =D


Damnit, I already fapped b4 I learned it no real!
 

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bi-curious = bisexual.


There's an important lesson they teach in Dutch schools with their sex education. If a lifelong lesbian gets sexually attracted to a man, and wants to have some form of sex with him, she is not a lesbian, she is bisexual. This applies even if she doesn't physically consummate her desire, or that she still prefers women above men.

The reason they give this lesson is that more people than admit are bisexual, and that sexual identities are not set in stone or divided so strictly between dead straight and screaming gay. There is also the inference that bisexuality is far more common than society talks about (for instance people pass it off as a phase or - in instances of prison etc- desperation). Also it all can be difficult to categorise especially when someone can be genuinely straight one day then change to bisexual the next which can be often the case depending on who they are enamoured by.

Im not sure what its like in the States but I was brought up in Britain. Most of the women I've ever known openly admit to having bisexual feelings - its pretty much the norm for the under 30s, however very few 'straight' men do the same (despite many advances). I have no idea if this is genuine or not, but I have come to realise people cannot be categorised.
 

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Since the original thread is falling down the page, I definitely want to make it clear that my post was a joke. It was making fun of this thread started by a different member yesterday, a thread that was so egregiously dumb that I felt it needed one even dumber in order to highlight it: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=89112 SO, I'm sure you guys realized I was joking... but I just want it to be REALLY clear that this whole thread is a lampoon, not a serious question. (haha)
 

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sorry, to be honest I mostly skim read the post :p
 

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Originally Posted by rach2jlc
SO, I'm sure you guys realized I was joking... but I just want it to be REALLY clear that this whole thread is a lampoon, not a serious question. (haha)

Guy, are you trying to convince us or yourself here? It's alright if you feel this way inside. Be open about it.
 

Thomas

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Originally Posted by rach2jlc
Since the original thread is falling down the page, I definitely want to make it clear that my post was a joke. It was making fun of this thread started by a different member yesterday, a thread that was so egregiously dumb that I felt it needed one even dumber in order to highlight it:

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=89112

SO, I'm sure you guys realized I was joking... but I just want it to be REALLY clear that this whole thread is a lampoon, not a serious question. (haha)


yeah, whatev. We all know the truth. You likez the clamz.

...

Yesterday was a really strange (but fun) case of dada posts across all the forums. Maybe it's the markets, maybe it's the weather, who knows. But I hadn't chuckled this much in ages.
 

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