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Offline GALFAMU

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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #75 on: December 30, 2010, 12:36:29 PM »
:lol:............in the "deleted" comment, I quoted a poster's comment and erroneously referenced the poster as being one gender when, in fact, the person was the opposite gender.  The gender confusion sort of detracted from the whole point of the post.

But............just for you, GAL.

Is there an acceptable length above the knee, if at all,  for a 40+ woman to wear her dress?  I've seen some gals walking about who obviously are oblivious to BOTH their age and girth.  :o

I knew IT!  That is  a good one...

It helps if you have legs like Tina Turner's or Angela Bassett's.

Or a similar shape to Natalie Cole pre-kidney failure.

I figure that sometimes people refuse to be honest about what is in the mirror.

Sometimes, the determination to wear an outfit or a piece of clothing wins out over whether it fits properly or is flattering.



« Last Edit: December 30, 2010, 12:42:51 PM by GALFAMU »
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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #76 on: December 30, 2010, 12:51:38 PM »
*How about demanding that a man have a body like LL Cool J when you look like Monique (before her weight loss)...or is that another topic?*Demanding a man have a heap of money when you live check to check.

*Spending your lat $30 on eyelashes and only having a 1/2 tank of gas.




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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #77 on: December 30, 2010, 01:11:57 PM »
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Is there an acceptable length above the knee, if at all,  for a 40+ woman to wear her dress?  I've seen some gals walking about who obviously are oblivious to BOTH their age and girth.  :o
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This is exactly why you shouldn't be shopping in the juniors section. I guess my mom just hammered it in my head but after a certain age, super short skirts just look silly even in your legs look like Tina's. I mean, she wears that stuff to perform, that's not real life clothing.

Clothing should be appropriate in fit. Fit will always outlast style trends.

And yes, I am a lady though my screen name doesn't denote my gender lol

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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #78 on: December 30, 2010, 01:57:16 PM »
:lol:............in the "deleted" comment, I quoted a poster's comment and erroneously referenced the poster as being one gender when, in fact, the person was the opposite gender.  The gender confusion sort of detracted from the whole point of the post.

But............just for you, GAL.

Is there an acceptable length above the knee, if at all,  for a 40+ woman to wear her dress?  I've seen some gals walking about who obviously are oblivious to BOTH their age and girth.  :o

I knew IT!  That is  a good one...

It helps if you have legs like Tina Turner's or Angela Bassett's.

Or a similar shape to Natalie Cole pre-kidney failure.

I figure that sometimes people refuse to be honest about what is in the mirror.

Sometimes, the determination to wear an outfit or a piece of clothing wins out over whether it fits properly or is flattering.





their friends that tell them they look good need to have their mouths washed out with soap.
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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #79 on: December 30, 2010, 02:29:59 PM »
:lol:............in the "deleted" comment, I quoted a poster's comment and erroneously referenced the poster as being one gender when, in fact, the person was the opposite gender.  The gender confusion sort of detracted from the whole point of the post.

But............just for you, GAL.

Is there an acceptable length above the knee, if at all,  for a 40+ woman to wear her dress?  I've seen some gals walking about who obviously are oblivious to BOTH their age and girth.  :o

I knew IT!  That is  a good one...

It helps if you have legs like Tina Turner's or Angela Bassett's.

Or a similar shape to Natalie Cole pre-kidney failure.

I figure that sometimes people refuse to be honest about what is in the mirror.

Sometimes, the determination to wear an outfit or a piece of clothing wins out over whether it fits properly or is flattering.




.........as expected, GREAT response, GAL.   :clap:

Now, another question for GAL, Bearforlife, and the other ladies here:

Is the "acceptability" of the amount of cleavage exposed in public ALSO related to age?  In other words, generally, should the amount of cleavage that is exposed be diminished as the lady gets older?

What is "titillating" on a 25 year old might be "stomach turning" on a 45 year old.  ;D

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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #80 on: December 30, 2010, 03:03:59 PM »
Get a hat baby....get a hat....

Alright, I'm going home and shave it all off.  But I have to go up pass Fayetteville in the morning and if I catch a cold I'll be expecting some chicken soup.  :lol:

please sir, don't shave that noggin.  nobody wants to see those knots on your head.   :nod:

how far past fayetteville.

Forgot the name of the town.  I plan to be sleeping. :lol: But when we get to Fayetteville we are heading east toward the coastline.

if go through goldsboro i can arrange to have a room reserved for you at cherry hospital.   :nod:

have a good time.  lot's of good people in down east north carolina.

Just got back. Went through Goldsboro to Bayboro, every dang town was a boro. :lol:
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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #81 on: December 30, 2010, 03:07:38 PM »
bayboro.  you should have taken the ferry.  it's out of the way.  if you had kids with you they would have loved it. 
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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #82 on: December 30, 2010, 03:09:42 PM »
:lol:............in the "deleted" comment, I quoted a poster's comment and erroneously referenced the poster as being one gender when, in fact, the person was the opposite gender.  The gender confusion sort of detracted from the whole point of the post.

But............just for you, GAL.

Is there an acceptable length above the knee, if at all,  for a 40+ woman to wear her dress?  I've seen some gals walking about who obviously are oblivious to BOTH their age and girth.  :o

I knew IT!  That is  a good one...

It helps if you have legs like Tina Turner's or Angela Bassett's.

Or a similar shape to Natalie Cole pre-kidney failure.

I figure that sometimes people refuse to be honest about what is in the mirror.

Sometimes, the determination to wear an outfit or a piece of clothing wins out over whether it fits properly or is flattering.





Even if you have legs like Tina after forty hems should start going down and not up.  :lol:
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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #83 on: December 30, 2010, 03:17:49 PM »
Women over forty should

get some new friends if yours look like this. 



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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #84 on: December 30, 2010, 03:26:39 PM »
 :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #85 on: December 30, 2010, 04:02:46 PM »
Women over forty should

get some new friends if yours look like this. 



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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #86 on: December 30, 2010, 05:51:39 PM »
Women over forty should

get some new friends if yours look like this. 



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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #87 on: December 30, 2010, 08:49:23 PM »

Now, another question for GAL, Bearforlife, and the other ladies here:

Is the "acceptability" of the amount of cleavage exposed in public ALSO related to age?  In other words, generally, should the amount of cleavage that is exposed be diminished as the lady gets older?

What is "titillating" on a 25 year old might be "stomach turning" on a 45 year old.  ;D

To me, cleavage and age are not related..I mean boobs all over the place are not cool no mater how old you are or how great a shape you're in.

???? for Strike--what  do you think is an acceptable length for a skirt for women 40-plus?
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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #88 on: December 30, 2010, 08:54:19 PM »
:lol:............in the "deleted" comment, I quoted a poster's comment and erroneously referenced the poster as being one gender when, in fact, the person was the opposite gender.  The gender confusion sort of detracted from the whole point of the post.

But............just for you, GAL.

Is there an acceptable length above the knee, if at all,  for a 40+ woman to wear her dress?  I've seen some gals walking about who obviously are oblivious to BOTH their age and girth.  :o

I knew IT!  That is  a good one...

It helps if you have legs like Tina Turner's or Angela Bassett's.

Or a similar shape to Natalie Cole pre-kidney failure.

I figure that sometimes people refuse to be honest about what is in the mirror.

Sometimes, the determination to wear an outfit or a piece of clothing wins out over whether it fits properly or is flattering.





Even if you have legs like Tina after forty hems should start going down and not up.  :lol:

 :lol:  Maybe it is me..but how short are we talking?

Honestly, I think if you can pull it off, a 40plus woman can wear a skirt at her knee or at least  two inches above the knee.

I am not taking about 60's micro minis or  booty-skimming skirts...
I am not competing with anyone but myself.
I simply want to be a better person today than I was yesterday.

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Re: What habits or fashion should a forty year old Black man leave behind?
« Reply #89 on: December 30, 2010, 10:26:00 PM »

Now, another question for GAL, Bearforlife, and the other ladies here:

Is the "acceptability" of the amount of cleavage exposed in public ALSO related to age?  In other words, generally, should the amount of cleavage that is exposed be diminished as the lady gets older?

What is "titillating" on a 25 year old might be "stomach turning" on a 45 year old.  ;D

To me, cleavage and age are not related..I mean boobs all over the place are not cool no mater how old you are or how great a shape you're in.

???? for Strike--what  do you think is an acceptable length for a skirt for women 40-plus?

This chic has no friends if they let her come out the house like this.
  Makes me want to stop drinking milk. :shrug:

I saw the picture of VG and I'm gonna hook her up on her birthday.

Got to also take care of my other ladies so J1908

Bear4life   

and GK   

I even fount you a homecoming ensemble.



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