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Old 08-26-2004, 04:26 PM   #21
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i live less than 1/4 mile from my community college... summer + short skirts = bling
It'* no fun when you're a chick, too, though. I see outfits on a regular basis that make me want to poke out my own eyes.
Oh yeah. I totally hear ya. I really don't get why some people (girls mostly) wear what they wear. But I heard somewhere that showing midrifts are out and collarbones is in...which is good news.
Maybe for you guys (girls), but not for us (guys)!!! There'* nothing wrong with short skirts and exposed midrifts!!!
Then you haven't seen enough girls attempting the look (and pretty much failing). And really, I'm not being mean. Not everything looks good on everyone...even me .
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Agreed! But, most girls know if they've got the goods to present the eye candy!!

And others don't and gross us out!!!!!!!!
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i live less than 1/4 mile from my community college... summer + short skirts = bling
It'* no fun when you're a chick, too, though. I see outfits on a regular basis that make me want to poke out my own eyes.
Oh yeah. I totally hear ya. I really don't get why some people (girls mostly) wear what they wear. But I heard somewhere that showing midrifts are out and collarbones is in...which is good news.
Maybe for you guys (girls), but not for us (guys)!!! There'* nothing wrong with short skirts and exposed midrifts!!!
Then you haven't seen enough girls attempting the look (and pretty much failing). And really, I'm not being mean. Not everything looks good on everyone...even me .
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Agreed! But, most girls know if they've got the goods to present the eye candy!!

And others don't and gross us out!!!!!!!!
Good, I'm glad that you can admit that skin isn't always a good thing.
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It'* just sort of creepy sometimes. I don't know about everywhere else, but there are all these girls around here, some of them even as young as Jr. High, running around wearing next to nothing (and what they are wearing is probably cutting of circulation to vital body parts)...and they affect these poses and vacant stares that they must have gotten from magazines. It'* so...like...soft **** Stepford. And then like you guys were saying...the ones that don't seem to realize they've got a nasty gut wedged between their too-tight pants and itty bitty shirt. Eeeyeew.
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It'* just sort of creepy sometimes. I don't know about everywhere else, but there are all these girls around here, some of them even as young as Jr. High, running around wearing next to nothing (and what they are wearing is probably cutting of circulation to vital body parts)...and they affect these poses and vacant stares that they must have gotten from magazines. It'* so...like...soft **** Stepford. And then like you guys were saying...the ones that don't seem to realize they've got a nasty gut wedged between their too-tight pants and itty bitty shirt. Eeeyeew.
LOL! Priceless description!!! I agree, though!
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It'* just sort of creepy sometimes. I don't know about everywhere else, but there are all these girls around here, some of them even as young as Jr. High, running around wearing next to nothing (and what they are wearing is probably cutting of circulation to vital body parts)...and they affect these poses and vacant stares that they must have gotten from magazines. It'* so...like...soft **** Stepford. And then like you guys were saying...the ones that don't seem to realize they've got a nasty gut wedged between their too-tight pants and itty bitty shirt. Eeeyeew.
Yeah, I saw a 20/20 or Dateline or something clip on this. Jr. High girls are dressing way too old for their age. I mean even the printing on tee shirts-I'm not even sure if a girl that age really knows totally what "sexy" means and they are wearing shirst saying that. Then everything else is saying something in just the way it looks. At least people my age can look at what they are wearing and say "yep, I know what it looks like I'm trying to say and I'm still gonna wear it", but (usually unfortunatly) it is the girls my age that the tweens are imitating. /pop culture rant
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I have a question, where are the parents??? I know that I will not let Jessica out of the house when she is wearing something that I do not approve of. I think that we (PDad and I) have taught what is appropriate and what is not.
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I have a question, where are the parents??? I know that I will not let Jessica out of the house when she is wearing something that I do not approve of. I think that we (PDad and I) have taught what is appropriate and what is not.
That is the root the problem. A majority of them do it for attention. They're obviously not getting attention (love, support, etc.) at home, so they dress provocatively to attract ANY attention...positive or negative.
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I have a question, where are the parents??? I know that I will not let Jessica out of the house when she is wearing something that I do not approve of. I think that we (PDad and I) have taught what is appropriate and what is not.
Oh, I agree that the parents or lack of attention, in most cases, is a big part of the problem. My parents wouldn't (and still won't, and I'm 19 ) let me out of the house in anything inappropriate and, much like I'm sure you have taught Jessica, I don't feel the need to even try. Girls need to learn that beauty is inside, but on the same hand, you can look very nice in appropriate clothing. In reference to the TV clip I saw about "tween (or preteen) style", parents basicly acted like they were hopeless and most said they didn't like how their girls were dressing but thought they couldn't stop it. Part of it is marketing on companies part, but I see many parents today who are feel it is more important to be their children'* best friend, not their parent.
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I see many parents today who are feel it is more important to be their children'* best friend, not their parent.
YES! You hit the nail right on the head. I agree 110% with that.
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I have to agree with you Jeanie....I think it is time parents learned how to be parents and not how to be friends....Lord knows I have enough friends.
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