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At that age approx 79% of them are hotties, best go look at her mama son! ;)

MILF foe President!

Another valid point worth taking into consideration.

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Oh man, Edgerrin! Like Julia Stiles wasn't the PRIZE from that movie.... Give me the girl with a BRAIN!

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Deal. You can have Julia, I'll take Larisa.

:D

Seriously. It was an honest question. Why would you rather be with someone who can't put together a coherent thought beyond what shoes will go with the outfit she's wearing? They're almost as bad as those women Witchy terms "hair flippers." In fact, they grow up to be hair flippers.

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Seriously. It was an honest question. Why would you rather be with someone who can't put together a coherent thought beyond what shoes will go with the outfit she's wearing? They're almost as bad as those women Witchy terms "hair flippers." In fact' date=' they grow up to [i']be[/i] hair flippers.

Ahhhhh, the great mystery of the male species. I will never figure out why they value that "hair flipper" type of chick over someone like you or me, squEEze. :rolleyes:

'Salright, though. Beauty fades, but brains last forever -- well, unless I eventually pickle mine to death with an excess of Coors Light and/or Smirnoff Twisted. But even with that handicap, I can run circles around those hair flippers. :P

Witchy

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Seriously. It was an honest question. Why would you rather be with someone who can't put together a coherent thought beyond what shoes will go with the outfit she's wearing? They're almost as bad as those women Witchy terms "hair flippers." In fact' date=' they grow up to [i']be[/i] hair flippers.
They are more of a "catch and release" type of woman. Everyman needs to hone his skills before he settles for the woman who is RIGHT for him. geez squeeze, it is called wild oates! ;)

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Well, yeah....I get that. I just don't understand why you wouldn't want to go for a total package type of deal. Even for "catch and release." That's just me, though, I don't believe in settling. ;)

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Seriously. It was an honest question. Why would you rather be with someone who can't put together a coherent thought beyond what shoes will go with the outfit she's wearing? They're almost as bad as those women Witchy terms "hair flippers." In fact' date=' they grow up to [i']be[/i] hair flippers.

Ouch.

Moreover on the same subject, kind of, my little brother's best friend's big sister. She is absolutely beautiful and I mean beautiful. Right now she is going around asking 8 years old, same age as my brother if they would rather have a wife that was very pretty but very mean or a wife who was very ugly but very nice and almost everyone has said the first. My brother said the first and I about strangled him. She does this in proof to her mom that she doesn't have to be a nice person. Gosh. :(

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Ouch.

Moreover on the same subject, kind of, my little brother's best friend's big sister. She is absolutely beautiful and I mean beautiful. Right now she is going around asking 8 years old, same age as my brother if they would rather have a wife that was very pretty but very mean or a wife who was very ugly but very nice and almost everyone has said the first. My brother said the first and I about strangled him. She does this in proof to her mom that she doesn't have to be a nice person. Gosh. :(

Well, that's a good barometer for her, I guess if she plans on marrying an 8-year-old. How old is this "little brother's best friend's big sister"? Is she a full-fledged hair flipper or an in-training hair flipper??

I just love some of the conversations we have on here sometimes. :D

Witchy

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