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Japan's latest craze
December 2, 2006
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December 3, 2006
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Nothin like gettin their panties in a bunch is it. Just gotta look to see, right?

So is this the latest concept of "airing out" for personal hygiene problems? Maybe built in a/c. I don't know the normal weather there so cannot speculate on that. Or could be the government's way of preventing shoplifting. Ya know w/ overcrowded jails and all, if the jails there are overcrowded. I think our country is best at that.

Interesting things to ponder there Garfield. 🙂

December 3, 2006
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"Nothin like gettin their panties in a bunch is it. Just gotta look to see, right? "

Heh I get you. These printed skirts was just soo funny for me. I would never buy one, but if I could look like this in a see-thru skirt well maybe.

I e-mailed this to my brother. He can print them and I can maybe find a market here for them. Although I am just joking. These skirt will not sell in South Africa.

We are too conservative.

"Or could be the government's way of preventing shoplifting. Ya know w/ overcrowded jails and all, if the jails there are overcrowded. I think our country is best at that. "

Heheeee. I think these skirts can have a impact on shoplifting. And our jails as just as overcrowded. I would love to see the reactions of men when they get to see a women in it.

Thanks mama. I had a good laugh.

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December 3, 2006
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Garfield:

Glad I made you smile. I have a confession tho. I didn't read what was wrote but upon glance it looked to me like the skirt was a sheer skirt and that the undiepant was a separate article worn under the skirt. In otherwords, without diggin myself in further, I thought it was 2 items of clothing and not one. Make sesnse? I should have stopped and read the instructions first.

Ya know, it is hard enough trying to get my 13 yr old's friend to dress w/ a wee bit of modesty. Thank God my child has a ton of modesty in her.

Now there's a discussion... What or how can you instill modesty in a young lady of age 13. What is a nice way to keep from tellin her friend she looks like hoe (of course I'd never tell her that.)

But then 15 years ago there was a scarf that you could twist, swoop, or wrap around you to look like a skirt or a shirt. The skirt wasn't bad, but the shirt did look a bit risque.

December 4, 2006
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My brother just e-mailed me to say its a hoax.

It shows you not to just trust everything you see and read on the internet.

Well they looked pretty original to me and I had a good laugh.

Thanks for the info

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December 4, 2006
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I had a good laugh too. I even showed it to my youngest and said if you ever think of.... she says "oh mom, that's just gross". I got to use the hoax as a teaching tool so I got some good out of it.

Thanks SC for letting us know.

December 4, 2006
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"I have a confession tho. I didn't read what was wrote but upon glance it looked to me like the skirt was a sheer skirt and that the undiepant was a separate article worn under the skirt. In otherwords, without diggin myself in further, "

I could sort of gather that this was your thoughts. Anyway you asked

"What is a nice way to keep from tellin her friend she looks like hoe (of course I'd never tell her that.) "

It would be interesting to get others opinion on this issue. I have 2 girls aged 10 and 12. My oldest is turning 13 in the next 3 months. They are both very sporty and do not worry what they dress in. By this I mean they wear shorts and t-shirts etc

They STILL hate shopping. I thought its just a fase but I don't know anymore.

My childs one friend is nearly 13. She dressed like t..t. I also do not know if I would ever be able to say anything. She is into all the fashions and tries to 'help' my oldest daughter to get some dressing sense into her. We do not see her often and I prefer it this way.

She is really emotionally neglecled and clothing is one way she acts out. All the parents can see this and we know the problem lies with her upbringing.

Thanks for raising this question

Garfield

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