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nebsrox: please keep your texting to your phone. i got a headache reading your post.
sac: i totally agree with you. part of growing up is going out into the world, meeting new people, forming new friendships. while i do still have some friends from school, they aren’t my closest friends today.
ilc: while your current life revolves around these girls, your life will iy”h change drastically in the next year, and you won’t need those same types of friendships. when you’re in your last year of school, you can’t imagine life without spending most of your waking moments with these girls. i promise you, you’ll be so busy making new friends, people who won’t judge you by which clique you belong to, that your high school classmates will fade into the background of your thoughts.
I always ask the hostess what I can bring to make it easier for her, i.e: kugel, dessert, etc.October 28, 2010 4:57 pm at 4:57 pm in reply to: What Product, Device, Etc Would You Like To See Made? #704318
When I was in fifth grade our teacher asked us the same question. I said I’d invent a car that folds into the size of an attache case so you wouldn’t have to look for parking. Same dream today, all those years later 🙂
a walk on the boardwalk, or even go to a lounge and pretend you’re on a real date 🙂
oh, and my advice about the actual QUESTION: use concealer under eyeshadow, waterproof liquid eyeliner & mascara, and for lips use a few layers of lipfinity, outlast, or superstay (different companies). and btw, when you see a post like this, frum men should STAY AWAY!
helpful and bentorah, you have got to be kidding. there is no excuse to be metzaer the klal by NOT wearing a bit of makeup. that’s not to say that anyone should be overdoing it, but just a bit for your own self respect. tasteful & classy is the way to go.
One place to start is with the stores selling these clothing. Please explain to me how a store that has branches in BP, Flatbush, and Cedarhurst sells ONLY skirts that barely brush the knee, if that much, and that’s ON A SHORT PERSON!!! Then you have a store right in middle of Coney Island Avenue that the store sign itself has women parading on a runway AND NOT ONE PERSON HAS DONE ANYTHING TO DECRY THIS! I personally do not shop in this store because it makes me sick to see this. Have we become so desensitized that women in skirts above the knee are the accepted norm?