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PostSubject: 50% Sexier   01.12.11 14:47

Well, three things really...
Yesterday, I got my braces off after I went there just to get the wires cut for my teeth whitening on Saturday. Well, he instead took all my braces off.
My teeth are perfectly straight, no weird spots of where the metal parts were, and my smile is awesome.
I got the retainers molded, and now my teeth are all sore from the drill they used to get the glue off, and file my teeth (For no reason.).
I had to go to the skin doctor the other day, as my normal doctor told me that a mole on my side was getting really discolored. It didn't look that bad or anything, it just stood out as it was abnormally shaped (Not a perfect circle) and was a little red in the middle.
They decided to cut it off. First they injected me with painkiller, than they took this little arc shaped metal knife-thing and literally just cut into it like a knife to steak. It's healing now and will have a pretty cool scar.
My grades for the last six weeks were almost perfect, I just got a B in Spanish III. I got most of my stuff back, though I'm grounded for my mom looking in my web history (torrents, "other", and a bunch of forums I regular.)
I got a pretty cool looking haircut, with golden highlights (frosted really), and my hair is pretty straight now.

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PostSubject: Re: 50% Sexier   01.12.11 14:47

Oh, and my ex was staring at me today, and when I stared back she grinned and blew me a kiss.
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PostSubject: Re: 50% Sexier   01.12.11 15:08

I would have flipped her off in return. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: 50% Sexier   01.12.11 17:09

Mr. Casanova (x50%)


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PostSubject: Re: 50% Sexier   01.12.11 22:13

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PostSubject: Re: 50% Sexier   03.12.11 16:17

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PostSubject: Re: 50% Sexier   03.12.11 16:21

For a moment there I thought you were wearing makeup, but then I realized that your face was naturally feminine.


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PostSubject: Re: 50% Sexier   03.12.11 16:25

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PostSubject: Re: 50% Sexier   03.12.11 23:46

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