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« ceciladkins wrote on Saturday, Jul 05 at 09:03 PM »
Look, spaghetti arms, this is my dance space. This is your dance space. I don’t go into yours, you don’t go into mine. You got to hold the frame.
« ceciladkins wrote on Saturday, Jul 05 at 01:25 PM »
Thank you Dr. Laura, or is it Dear Abby? I hope your future ex-husband shares the same views in your "equal is balanced" way of looking at things rather than recognizing that every person, every partnership, and every marriage is different. Behind every woman who self describes herself as a strong woman is a man who just wants to die in his sleep.
« ceciladkins wrote on Saturday, Jul 05 at 11:05 AM »
Thank you Renne2gk for your deep thoughts on being superficial.....now get your Legally Blonde DVD set out, put on your TJ Max business suit and make yourself feel better about having been a prude in college rather than enjoying yourself and maybe having had a shot at The Cecil.
« renee2gk wrote on Friday, Jul 04 at 02:33 AM »
The way you dress can leave a lasting impression. Dressing like a bum will make people think you are lazy. Don't walk around campus with your bra showing and shorts that show your behind for the whole world to see! People will think you are trashy.If you don't take the time to dress presentable, people will wonder what kind of work ethic do you have. The trashy look will bring questions about your ability to work with customers. First impressions are lasting impressions. It will make you less appealing as a candidate for a job. Your resume will be forgotten, because of your appearance. I'm betting that there are alumni walking around on campus looking for potential new hires after graduation. What they will find is a bunch of woman who are lacking class. Take pride in how you look! You don't have to spend a fortune on clothes to dress appropriately. Buy clothes that are the correct size and don't wear shorts that show your behind. Auburn is considered a classy school, please ladies have some pride in yourself and the University!
« renee2gk wrote on Friday, Jul 04 at 12:54 AM »
Very well written article. When I met my future husband, we both had graduated from college and were working in our field of study. I had a goal and something to prove to myself. I wanted to live on my own income,(Zero help from my parents) because I wanted to be self sufficient. I did not want to rely on a man to take care of me. I was successful at reaching my goal and I was a much stronger person and a stronger partner. Your husband will respect you more,if you are able to take care of yourself. Marriage is a partnership and respect lasts longer then young love. The real world will kick in and there aren't any guarantees that your husband will always have a job. (Especially in this economy.) If you want to stay home with your kids, that is ok, but work part time. Also, you will be a better candidate for a full time position if the need arises. Your job will help pay the bills until your husband can find another job. A strong woman balances the partnership called marriage.
« ceciladkins wrote on Sunday, Jun 29 at 07:58 PM »
Very sad. Hope the other passengers recover. RIP.
« ceciladkins wrote on Friday, Jun 27 at 08:31 PM »
I don't know that feminism is really necessary anymore because I don't think there is much discrimination left in the workplace. I pretty sure all the skirts I work with feel the same. Also, the article didn't quite cover it, but don't most feminists refuse to shave their armpits?
« ceciladkins wrote on Friday, Jun 27 at 08:27 PM »
I can't be happy with a loss...makes me feel like an Alabama fan.
« ceciladkins wrote on Thursday, Jun 26 at 07:55 PM »
I've been asked by the AU administration to tone down my dress because it was quite distracting to the ladies on campus, so I pretty much just wear Dockers, a Van Huesen button down collar shirt, braided belt, Haines standard white briefs, Haines black athletic socks and either my Chacos or my soccer cleats....still turns the ladies' heads, but I guess they can still concentrate enough.
« DaCampusKid wrote on Thursday, Jun 26 at 01:10 PM »
I think a more appropriate title would have been "Greeks wear the darndest things".
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