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post #126 of 141
o/t Dweckl is that really you on myspace??

if so, you really are pretty hot! Even in all the wierd poses
post #127 of 141
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Originally Posted by r0cket- View Post
Well, it's not like I called them fat or anything.
I for one found that to be quite cute.
post #128 of 141
ok well if it is you you are hot, if it isnt you then whoever it is is hot.

i was gonna add you but i didnt want to just add someone that wouldnt "know" me


Oh ps, NinaG looks good in her sevens!!
Need some A pockets, girl
post #129 of 141
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Originally Posted by fosterzmom View Post
Well, I have learned something today! Do you want to be shipped off to Korea to have this done?
what exactly did this guy do? Is it the same pic just without a beard + smiling?
Okay I am too lazy to read everything but DWECKL your pic is hot
post #130 of 141
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Originally Posted by dweckl View Post
This discussion reminds me of the Huge Wang Gang I belong to.
what about the Itty Bitty Titty Committee?
post #131 of 141
I think a lot of the trick is knowing how to take a good BOOTY picture!!! I am pretty pleased with my ass when I look in the mirror, but when I have someone take a picture of it it looks WAYYY bigger. I guess we need to work with getting the angle right! Any suggestions from you professional ass-photo-takers?
post #132 of 141
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Originally Posted by igawtscammed View Post
ok well if it is you you are hot, if it isnt you then whoever it is is hot.

i was gonna add you but i didnt want to just add someone that wouldnt "know" me


Oh ps, NinaG looks good in her sevens!!
Need some A pockets, girl
it's not him, silly!
post #133 of 141
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Originally Posted by trem0lo View Post
Um... duh??

How do you think I feel? Most of the guys in the Diesel forum are tiny boys who wear a size 26-28. I feel like a beast in my 33s, so I rarely post pics.

LOL! im a 33 too and I feel the same way! just check out my latest WAYWT post which i was too scared to post...

post #134 of 141
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Pfft.
WOW rocket, that's quite some comeback! Just for your info, I admire housewives MORE than I do career women (not saying I don't think it's awesome to have a nice career). My mother was a housewife and let me tell you, I wouldn't have wanted it any other way. When I have children, I plan to stop working and raise them until they are of a decent age, then start working again. I am who I am today because of my wonderful mother and all the dedication she had. Because she put her children first, and stayed home with us, we got more academic attention as well. I could read and write before ever starting school.
post #135 of 141
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WOW rocket, that's quite some comeback! Just for your info, I admire housewives MORE than I do career women (not saying I don't think it's awesome to have a nice career). My mother was a housewife and let me tell you, I wouldn't have wanted it any other way. When I have children, I plan to stop working and raise them until they are of a decent age, then start working again. I am who I am today because of my wonderful mother and all the dedication she had. Because she put her children first, and stayed home with us, we got more academic attention as well. I could read and write before ever starting school.

damn straight! my mom was a housewife and I always got dinner!
post #136 of 141
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Originally Posted by Shelly View Post
WOW rocket, that's quite some comeback! Just for your info, I admire housewives MORE than I do career women (not saying I don't think it's awesome to have a nice career). My mother was a housewife and let me tell you, I wouldn't have wanted it any other way. When I have children, I plan to stop working and raise them until they are of a decent age, then start working again. I am who I am today because of my wonderful mother and all the dedication she had. Because she put her children first, and stayed home with us, we got more academic attention as well. I could read and write before ever starting school.
I agree with you, because in this day and age you can't be too careful when it comes to your kids. You may mess around, have someone watching your kids, come home and find out something happened to your kids. My mom works with a lady whose grandchild is dead. The child was in the care of a babysitter, one who watched the baby all the time. Apparently the baby was crying to much and the babysitter shook the baby to death. The babysitter was a grown woman with children of her own, the baby was somewhere between 6-12 months old.
Being a housewife isn't for everyone. It's not something I aspire to do, but I want to be the person watching my kids when I have them. Just the other day I was watching a show on tv, about daycare workers and babysitter that hit and beat the children in their care.
Some people might not think of that. But I do. And that may not be everyone's reason for being a housewife. But really who are you to critize what other people choose for themselves? And maybe for some people it wasn't a choice. Some men don't want their wives to work.
post #137 of 141
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Originally Posted by IAmRenee View Post
And maybe for some people it wasn't a choice. Some men don't want their wives to work.
Like me...my wife better be waiting for me when i walk in the door with a huge dinner, a clean house, and be wearing lingerie every day OR ELSE
post #138 of 141
Nique, you're such a pig! No, nuthin wrong with a little lingerie after a long day!

On the housewife topic, through my teens and most of my 20's, I never thought I'd want to have children. I then met my husband, who's degree is in child development, and gradually decided that it would be right for me. I had my first when I was 32 and kept working, part-time. I had my second at 34 and quit altogether. It has been AMAZINGLY tough being away from work after having worked full-time for 10+ years, but I decided that it would be the best thing for my family. I wanted to be there for my kids as they grow, and will be here for them when they get home from school, etc.

I didn't have that growing up and it was really difficult. Our mom was single and worked like crazy. I am the oldest and had to take on a lot of responsibility that I shouldn't have had at that age (10-17). I basically swore that IF I decided to have children, I would really be there for them. I think some are able to make it work, and do it well, working outside the home. I just experienced the extreme opposite growing up, and want my children to have a better, more supportive environment.

Oh, and it's nice to make dinner for the hubby in a french maids outfit sometimes...

Sorry, this thread keeps getting hijacked! NinaG...you're still smokin in those sevens!
post #139 of 141
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Originally Posted by sdnoobie View Post

Oh, and it's nice to make dinner for the hubby in a french maids outfit sometimes...!
its also nice to post pics of you in a french maids outfit too...
post #140 of 141
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Originally Posted by nique27 View Post
Like me...my wife better be waiting for me when i walk in the door with a huge dinner, a clean house, and be wearing lingerie every day OR ELSE
post #141 of 141
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its also nice to post pics of you in a french maids outfit too...
LOL HA! Way too shy for that...that's a for-hubby-only show! (And I barely have the nerve for that!)
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