A girl's Lament  

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1/9/2006 9:03 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

A girl's Lament

My original ad lacked conversation starters, so many of you had nothing to begin a conversation with, other than "Hey Hottie".

I'm a traditional girl, with some extra equipment. I like to shop, but I don't go in for designer clothes unless I'm buying them at deep discount. I can't wear anything from Victoria's Secret. Their clothes seem to be for little girls who need a lot of padding, regardless of what the supermodels in their TV ads show. I look great in Frederick's of Hollywood lingere. I wear a lot of black, white, and red. My normal workday outfit is conservative, a pair of slacks and a blouse. My "around the house" outfit is a pair of old Lee jeans and a sweatshirt. My dating/going-out outfits are all skin-tight pants/skirts and anything low cut. I paid for these 38D's myself, and I'm darn proud of them! I also work out like a fiend to avoid BWA, and don't mind showing that off either.

I read. Every day it's the newspaper, a magazine, or a chapter of two of the latest novel. I have a doctorate, and work in pharma, so most of the magazines are ones which are not available at Borders. I'm the only one I know who reads Italian fashion magazines. I learned Italian just to be able to understand the ads! LOL. My favorite author is Patricia Cornwell. Did any of you notice how butch she's gotten as the years have progressed?

I have little time or energy for politics, world affairs, or "the stars". Whether Jessica Simpson is carrying George W's or Satan's baby is immaterial to me.

A perfect date? Good food, a glass of wine, and conversation. If there's more, it's because you've gotten me excited with the way you look, the way you communicate, and if there is "chemistry".

And, to answer the one guy who asked the very unlady-like question of "how big is your penis"? Let's just say that you'll never know for sure. Bigger than a pencil, smaller than a tree trunk. LOL.

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