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weemam @weemam (13377) 2 Mar 07
I was looking in my wardrobe the other day trying to part with some to send to the Charity shop I have the suit I bought when My eldest was married 22 years ago It is classic style and so wont date , My clothes range from a 16 to...
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fluffykitten I do exactly the same. Im currently a size 24 but i have a size 10 little black dress in the back of my wardrobe that has never fitted me. I bought it in a sale when i was a size 14 hoping that one day i would fit into it - 12 years later and three kids later...
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SpitFire179 @SpitFire179 (2536) • Canada 2 Mar 07
What do you think of them? You know the ones, the sometimes funny or cute, iritating little emails from friends and family that fill your inbox, and are sometimes more frustrating than the spam that some of you get. I mean some of...
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ElusiveButterfly @ElusiveButterfly (45097) • United States 2 Mar 07
What started out as a likely job prospect has once again become a disappoinment for me. I received my rejection letter in the mail a couple of days ago. I know that I promised to keep everyone posted regarding the results, so...
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hockeygal4ever @hockeygal4ever (10022) • United States 2 Mar 07
I see so many of my own friends getting on their kids about "their grades". Upset because their kids get a "C". A "C" grade means average. Why do so many of us expect "above average" from the world, including our own kids? I...
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fluffykitten I think its perfectly acceptable to be average - after all if everyone had grade A's there wouldnt be enough jobs or uni places etc for everyone. Of course we all want our kids to do well but i think too much pressure to get the best grades can only lead to...
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