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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 3/9/2009, 6:05 pm

    Myrr wrote:a lot of cheap avatar clothing aren't trousers. can't guarantee you'll like them though.
    Long skirts = my favourites.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Myrr on 3/9/2009, 7:58 pm

    oirioiri, get short short short mini mini mini mini skirts Very Happy
    naw, I think I saw some long skirt/dresses somewhere in the normal sections, not purple
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 10:25 am

    Suits me fine I suppose. In real I hate short skirts.
    Reason:
    1. It gets cold during the winter, even me!
    2. If I trip, my knees get scraped.
    3. I generally don't like small clothes, like big airy ones.
    4. Short skirts are worn by those... "cool" "screw school" type people.
    5. I generally don't like the fact that people can see your underwear if you don't sit right when using miniskirts.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Myrr on 4/9/2009, 12:11 pm

    in my opinion, my girlfriend and friends that are girls look best when wearing jeans or a frill dress.
    Asians look great in a frill dress Very Happy (usually the ones that arent too thick and go down to around the kneecaps or higher or lower.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 12:27 pm

    Frill dresses, I usually don't wear them, too short, and if I buy the bigger ones, I can't keep it up.
    I prefeer big cotton dresses that goes down to about ankle height. Always wear big sizes too keep it airy + I like long sleeves
    so I can flap it around sort of... weird taste of mine.
    Otherwise I wear a knee skirt, shirt and a lab coat (mostly for the science classes of course...).
    Don't know why, just like people to take me serious as a science student and not some random girl that's being toured around.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Myrr on 4/9/2009, 12:31 pm

    i love it when they wear long sleeves that are really thin, you know those clothes are tight x)
    I'm sure you can imagine why haha..
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 12:36 pm

    Not really... and I don't wear skinny long sleeved stuff. It's more like a coat/robe/bathrobe? Naw I'm not sure how to describe it.
    Just an oversized dress.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Myrr on 4/9/2009, 12:38 pm

    baggy clothing lover?

    i dont really like it when people wear high heels that cover like half the toes, it just looks weird.

    I actually don't care about shoes.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 12:44 pm

    Baggy clothes... naw not really that type. I hate hip-hop stuff, I'm talking about more like
    long sleeves in... cosplay etc? Oh and I'm a bit interested in lolita fashion as well, so
    my parents sometimes order some dresses from Victorian Maiden for me.
    As for shoes, I just like flat shoes... just flat that doesn't have shoelaces.
    There aren't any high heels for me as I usually just buy shoes from the children's section.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Myrr on 4/9/2009, 12:50 pm

    As an Asian guy who goes to a school with 26.9% Asians and with 90% of the guys that make most of the girls go "Oh Em Gee he's so cute," I usually wear tight clothing, usually not baggy. Sometimes I'd wear very baggy jeans and a hoodie, though most of the time I wear tighter jeans (not the super tight jeans that follow the shape of your legs) and a black blazer or a checkered blazer, or a jacket that's reaaaalllyy expensive. For short sleeves it's just a normal small sized T-shirt from H&M or something. I love jackets with loads of buttons or designs; idk why.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 12:54 pm

    Bleh I don't think boys as cute. No offense, but I find boys too... unreasonable to speak to and they're also... big!
    Geez it's like me standing beside a giant if I chat with one.

    I usually wear a red or blue dress with a pink or white shirt over it, or the forementioned coat combination.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Myrr on 4/9/2009, 12:56 pm

    haha, I'm only 5'8''. People call me a lady's guy since it's really easy for me to get along with them, even the shy ones. Though i'm not the kind to be addicted to making nonstop flirts.. i prefer to stay faithful.

    Ex. right now Smile
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 12:59 pm

    "only" 5.8
    If you're talking about feet, then I'm afraid I'm around 4" -.-"
    Don't pretend you know how it is Razz
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Myrr on 4/9/2009, 1:05 pm

    O_O 4 feet?!
    I've never seen anyone under 4'10'' who's in my grade D:
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 1:10 pm

    1.24m to be exact. I don't see it as a big problem, but it's not something nice to have when you're walking
    among people that are usually 1.60 or taller.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Flair on 4/9/2009, 1:14 pm

    In a few years i'm sure you'll get your growth spurt .. if not, start swimming, or biking with your seat very high :O

    (Lol, every thread is going off-topic)
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 1:16 pm

    Read my sig.
    Anyway, I doubt I'm going into a growth spurt as I'm soon 14.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Myrr on 4/9/2009, 1:23 pm

    My girlfriend was 5 feet exactly wen I asked her out, and in like 2 months she got to 5'5". That was in 2006, so she was 13, like you.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 1:29 pm

    I really don't think I will grow, really.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by PapaSmurf on 4/9/2009, 1:32 pm

    Even if you don't, girls being short isn't as big a deal as guys, so no worrys Smile
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 1:37 pm

    Short boys are better mannered than big boys =3
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Flair on 4/9/2009, 4:12 pm

    Lies. My brother, shorter than me (AND older), has less knowledge of respect and manners than I do.

    If you ask me, height has nothing to do with manners...in my opinion, manners depend on a couple of factors: how you were brought up; the values that are bashed into our brains at a young age, the capability of our mind to understand; common sense; logic and rationality..

    Many more factors, but since I am not that smart (modesty) I don't have a full understanding of how the human mind works as well as how society affects the human mind.. But, I DO have a good understanding of manners and can accurately say: Different people have different manners depending on their life experience, not necessarily because they are short/big/fat/ugly/cute/beautiful/athletic/smart/nerdy/friendly/anti-social/drinkers/gamblers/poor/rich/middle-class/stopreadingnow
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 5:01 pm

    I was just joking about the stereotype. Many "bulked up" boys tend very much on their brute strenght
    to keep an image of being tough etc while skinny thin ones tend to be good at school or techs etc.
    It's just a stereotype thing, of course you're right. Manners are decided by genetics and environment.
    How you're tought to behave will generally decide how you are among people, but genetics (if you're an attention seeker or something)
    will probably play it's role too. Some people are following their manners more than others, and some might even
    just hate how their tought manner is.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Myrr on 4/9/2009, 6:22 pm

    Me and a lot of others in my group are very well balanced with a good image of both being tough and nice, as well as smart.
    I actually behaved differently. My environment up till 7th grade has been terrible. Though, because of my influence on all the people in the breakdancing club which I created, I guess most of the asians now have tried to join to learn breakdancing since we offer free lessons after initial deposit. A few non-asians join every now and then too. We're up to 44 members and still growing Smile

    I kind of go to a party/sports school so being able to breakdance and bboy dance sums up both parts, especially during dances. Completely different from other schools. Their dances just go blah blah and everyone dances and grinds and whatever. Our dances are basically neverending cycles of people within our club dance competing each other in a large circle with people watching and cheering. Of course after a while we stop showing off and go to the lobby.

    Lol, I remember one time when my girlfriend, who goes to a different school, took me to her school's homecoming dance, and we managed to sneak in 5 of my friends and 2 girls to the other school's dance. They announced that homecoming as the best one they ever had.

    Enough about my life, whenever I start I can't stop. What I vaguely said was you want to make a difference. People acknowledge those who are smart, get good grades, and are affiliated with clubs at a high position, or start a new long-lasting trend.
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    Re: Balance issues?

    Post by Konishi on 4/9/2009, 6:49 pm

    I have an A/A+ average, but it's not like that's anything to people. Besides, I just don't want to intrude/speak because
    I'm afraid I bother people by doing that.

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