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    I love clothes. I had taken pictures of all my wardrobe pieces (shoes and accesories included) and uploaded them to my pc in order to create oufits without turning my real wardrobe and room into a mess.

    I´m only naked when I need to be. In some way, I think it´s uncomfortable.

    But hot tubs are great. I always look for them when booking hotel rooms for my journeys.

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    I want time to fly from now on - think I've done enough. Don't need to look back at my memories for consolation. Think I'll be fine.

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    I hate clothes, I hate shopping for them, I hate trying them on and I'd prefer not to have to wear them because they get between my skin and feeling things

    unfortunatly, the motor burned out on the hot tub, so we're saving up to get a new one... hopefully soon!
    Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I hate clothes, I hate shopping for them, I hate trying them on and I'd prefer not to have to wear them because they get between my skin and feeling things

    unfortunatly, the motor burned out on the hot tub, so we're saving up to get a new one... hopefully soon!
    That´s why underwear was invented. And I LOVE lingerie. I have a good collection of it.

    I hate shopping too. And that´s another advantage of my invention. I enter the stores´ websites, and, when I see a piece I like, download the image and use it in my "virtual wardrobe". Saves me lots of time and keeps me from dealing with annoying salespeople.

    I hope you get the hot tub soon too!

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    I actually went lingerie shopping when I was in Brazil because there was a great selection and it was cheaper than it is in the US... unfortunatly, I grew out of it not long after I returned... it was tragic

    and the squirrel in the yard keeps staring at me
    Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I actually went lingerie shopping when I was in Brazil because there was a great selection and it was cheaper than it is in the US... unfortunatly, I grew out of it not long after I returned... it was tragic

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    Agreed. Brazilian lingerie stores are the best thing around here. And, I know what you mean because I was very disappointed when I visited Victoria´s Secret stores in Boston and Baltimore.

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    I liked the sizing system there better! it was easier to find a size that worked when you didn't have to fall into the traditional US parameters of size!

    plus, there were brighter colors and prettier designs in general

    my sis took the entire set
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    Yes, although lately, all bras come in the "36 B" measuring system. All that I bought in the last three months have it marked that way.

    I don´t complain about colours, though. As long as they have black, red, grey, and purple, I´ll be fine.

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    I'm still sick but I actually went to work today so that's a plus.

    Unfortunately, one of my coworkers said my illness reminded her of when she had mono. Then I remembered that the day before I started feeling like crap I had about a 20 minute conversation with a girl who had gotten over mono recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I liked the sizing system there better! it was easier to find a size that worked when you didn't have to fall into the traditional US parameters of size!
    How did their sizes work? I'm always amazed that any woman finds a bra to fit based on how they are sized here. Just totally bizarre to me. Actually women's pants too... just measure the damn things in inches like guys do.

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