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  • Accesorized!!!!

    Anybody else get a few laughs out of this one?
    Please Click the Eggs & Pokeemanz found here!!!!


    Not dead which eternal lie; stranger aeons, death may die.

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    Jennie is accidentally becoming a giiiiiiiiirrrrrl!!

    she's a giiiiiiiiiiiiirrrl!
    Originally posted by Lithanial
    Gah! when did kitty get older? I been asleep for too long!

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    • #3
      So, Jen has issues with being considered feminine or girly, but yet, she uses "the girls" to get tickets, in back doors and her wiley feminine, girly self to influence those around her.

      Uhm... Okay. (Heck, works for me).
      Wireheads

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      • #4
        I wondered when she'd visit camden town.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jimbo View Post
          So, Jen has issues with being considered feminine or girly, but yet, she uses "the girls" to get tickets, in back doors and her wiley feminine, girly self to influence those around her.

          Uhm... Okay. (Heck, works for me).

          There's a difference between being female and being "a girl." Flashing cleavage does not make one "girly." Moreover, there is more than one way to be "a girl." Getting all giddy over shopping, properly accessorizing things, etc, is one way, but there's also a certain type of attitude that can be referred to as "being a girl." This has nothing to do with gender; I've known a few heterosexual males who could be referred to as "girls" with far more frequency than many of my female friends.
          Last edited by Seolta; 07-12-2007, 02:56 AM.
          ~Captain of the pirate ship Virtue

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          • #6
            Based on the art that does look like a pretty snazzy jacket
            Headbutts,

            A sign of affection in Cats, Marines, and old school punks. - freiman

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            • #7
              I thought Jennie was doing a revival of the Sargent Pepper musical when I saw the jacket.
              "I could get lost in a lunchbox"

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              • #8
                I've been really enjoying the shopping arc! I was actually a lil behind on the strip, shame on me... but my male chimed in with "Are there really stripper shoes like that?" and I had to go look and catch up.

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                • #9
                  Those shoes remind me of the pimp platform shoes worn in "I'm Gonna Get Ya Sucka" with the aquirium and goldfish in them.
                  "I could get lost in a lunchbox"

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Seolta View Post
                    Getting all giddy over shopping, properly accessorizing things, etc...
                    Man, I know a few bikers who do that. Wouldn't want to mention how "girly" they are, however.
                    Wireheads

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                    • #11
                      I may be over-analyzing here, but Jennie does appear to be bringing up a question that a lot of women are facing nowadays, especially proclaimed feminists like herself: "Am I demeaning/degrading myself by liking/doing 'traditional' feminine things?"


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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mike Taylor View Post
                        I may be over-analyzing here, but Jennie does appear to be bringing up a question that a lot of women are facing nowadays, especially proclaimed feminists like herself: "Am I demeaning/degrading myself by liking/doing 'traditional' feminine things?"
                        My response? HELL no...

                        Then again, I've been sewing since I was 18 months old, can cook, clean, do my own laundry...and so can my sister and both brothers. I can also drive a nail, use a rivet-gun, hatchet, hand-saw, power drill, hand-drill, do basic wiring, set up a tent, build a decent fire, climb trees, and catch my own food. Enjoying something doesn't degrade you...but letting what others think determine what you do or don't do, or what you enjoy doing, does. The original point of feminism was supposed to be equality...so how does exchanging one set of restrictions for another help that along? Do what you want to do, because you want to do it, and to hell with what people think you should or shouldn't do, as long as you're not hurting anyone in the process.
                        Last edited by Seolta; 07-13-2007, 04:02 AM.
                        ~Captain of the pirate ship Virtue

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                        • #13
                          The real life Jen seems to have it pretty much together with self image. She just seems to like pointing out her own hypocracy for fun and profit!
                          Originally posted by Tipouf
                          *pounces and stuffs al in mah bra*
                          Newbie kills = 1
                          Originally posted by sableagle
                          .. but by night I'm a mad spell-check use-use-er .. I'm just a sweet cthulvestite, Elder God in crotch, snuggled in Tip's bra-a-ah.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Seolta View Post
                            My response? HELL no...

                            Then again, I've been sewing since I was 18 months old, can cook, clean, do my own laundry...and so can my sister and both brothers. I can also drive a nail, use a rivet-gun, hatchet, hand-saw, power drill, hand-drill, do basic wiring, set up a tent, build a decent fire, climb trees, and catch my own food. Enjoying something doesn't degrade you...but letting what others think determine what you do or don't do, or what you enjoy doing, does. The original point of feminism was supposed to be equality...so how does exchanging one set of restrictions for another help that along? Do what you want to do, because you want to do it, and to hell with what people think you should or shouldn't do, as long as you're not hurting anyone in the process.
                            I agree with you 100% on this, but, like I said, there are some people that can't separate things out. (Before anyone says anything, I don't think Jennie herself really has this problem. )


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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Seolta View Post
                              My response? HELL no...

                              Then again, I've been sewing since I was 18 months old, can cook, clean, do my own laundry...and so can my sister and both brothers. I can also drive a nail, use a rivet-gun, hatchet, hand-saw, power drill, hand-drill, do basic wiring, set up a tent, build a decent fire, climb trees, and catch my own food. Enjoying something doesn't degrade you...but letting what others think determine what you do or don't do, or what you enjoy doing, does. The original point of feminism was supposed to be equality...so how does exchanging one set of restrictions for another help that along? Do what you want to do, because you want to do it, and to hell with what people think you should or shouldn't do, as long as you're not hurting anyone in the process.
                              Well said!
                              Like the wind that blows in thunder,
                              Like a stallion on the fly,
                              I got it on,
                              And I'm standing strong ...

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