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Gamine BS: Womanly Jiggles. What's the verdict? (193* d) RE: BS: Womanly Jiggles. What's the verdict? 13 Jun 02


Thread Creed Alert, sorta

CarolC: Already do the nude picture thing...I work with a pretty prominent photographer who was actually one of Ansel Adam's friends before he passed away...A couple of my pictures have won a few prizes in some photo contests -whoo hoo. And it *did* help with the 'older' thing.

I don't generally hang in bars either...but I find this particular one good to study in (off all things). There is just enough activity and noise to keep part of my (ADD)brain busy while the other part is focused on strange diseases and physiological mechanistic processess, all of which I will forget after August 24th.

To get back to jiggles, though...an interesting observation from my night out: there were young women who definitely didn't jiggle, or if they did it was 'cute' jiggles and then there were much older (than I) women, who DID jiggle, who were out there whooping it up (sometimes with the much younger guys - although it was in a 'oh-how-cute-is-that-grandma-lady-dancing-with-my-boyfriend-let-me-take-a-picture' kind of way), but there was nothing in-between, and in-between jiggle wise too, (like ME age). Am I in some sort of 2nd 13 year old adolescence, only I know a LOT more now?

Where are all the in-betweeners hanging out?




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