She’s so 20th century
She’s so 1970s



Will you please drop what you’re doing and just take a look at the teeny tiny ten-year-old JD?

So cute! So young! So innocent!

She’s, all, doing the Princess Di side-glance before even Princess Di was doing it!


I’m surprised I managed to hang on to my virginity until age 14, ‘cuz I was just that cute in my zipper turtleneck and Herbal Essence’d hair.

I doubt I could fit into that stylin’ turtleneck today, but if I could, man, I would wear the hell out of it. Perhaps with a jaunty stickpin and a plaid skirt with fringe.

Forget Gossip Girl and 90210! Here’s JD bringing back the oversized turtleneck! Perfect for hiding wrinkles and/or goiters!

And I’d kill to wear my hair like that today. Don’t you think it would look very cute and stylish? I’m serious! Back then, my face was not so round and moon-like and didn’t require the bouffant-like tidal wave effect I now sport. Having hair plastered to my head like this today would make me look like a sad, fat-faced emo boy.

Why don’t I have that gap between my two front teeth anymore? I like that gap. It gives a face character. And speaking of character, how about that honker?

Luckily, I grew up blissfully unaware that I had a huge schnozz. It wasn’t until I was around 17 that my mom, looking at my current school picture, said, “I’m glad your face finally grew into your nose.”


Well, I hope you enjoyed this post about nothing more than some old photo I found!

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61 Responses to “I Was a 10-Year-Old Stylista”

  1. 1 Anne

    I think you were adorable (and I think I had the same turtleneck). Maybe you should find one and send it of to the stylist for Gossip Girl. It could be the next big thing.

    Anne’s last blog post..I Can Totally Relate

  2. 2 Jenn Thorson

    Only a mom can get away with something like that nose comment. My mom used to pat me under the chin and say, “Stand up straighter dear, so people can’t see your double chin.”

    I was, like, 110 pounds and 5 foot 7.

    Thanks mom! :)

    Jenn Thorson’s last blog post..SlapChop Breaks Hearts and, Well, Itself

  3. 3 chat blanc

    You totally could have been on America’s Next Underage Top Model! :)

    chat blanc’s last blog post..Dude, where’s my blog?

  4. 4 Carl

    Your childhood photo is 1000 times better looking than mine. Every time I looked at my own because some friend of mine wanted to go down the memory lane, they ended up having to call 911 and rushed me to the emergency room.

  5. 5 Judy

    My school picture taken in the sixth grade had me wearing a green striped t-shirt and Bozo the Clown hair. I think my mother didn’t know it was picture taking day at school.

    Judy’s last blog post..What A Mess

  6. 6 The Incredible Woody

    At 10, I was sporting the ‘Dorothy Hamill’ haircut but I hadn’t quite learned how to use the curling iron. Use your imagination – you’ll get the picture!

    And I had boobs – big ones!! No training bra stage for this girl!

    The Incredible Woody’s last blog post..WTF Friday

  7. 7 April

    How cute! That’s funny you didn’t know you had a big nose until you were 17 – I didn’t know I had a big nose until like – 3 months ago. I’m 30. I just happened to be looking at a photo that was close up on my face and turned to my friend and said “Christ I have a huge nose.” She looks at the photo – looks at my nose and says “yea, you do!”

  8. 8 Daisy the Curly Cat

    You were a cutie! But I am very, very worried about the upside-down zipper on the turtleneck. I’ll bet you had to unfold the turtleneck over your face in order to work the zipper. You could have strangled!

    Daisy the Curly Cat’s last blog post..Howdy, Pardner!

  9. 9 Ilana

    Old pictures make me cringe. Whether they’re from 20 years ago or 2 months ago, I always think I have horrible hair/clothes/skin, and I look around accusingly at my friends and family, and demand, “Why did you let me go out like that? Why didn’t anybody TELL me I had bad hair/clothes/skin and I looked like a genetic experiment gone wrong?!”

    Ilana’s last blog post..Sexual Harassment

  10. 10 Natural


    that is the princess di look. i wonder if that look will get me anything. i must try it out.

    i’m glad your face grew into your nose as well. lol

    Natural’s last blog post..My Two Left Feet

  11. 11 Stephanie Barr

    I was beautiful, too, though you’d never know it from my school pictures.

    Yours looks so much nicer than mine ever did. Maybe I wasn’t as beautiful as I thought.


    Stephanie Barr’s last blog post..For atorturedsoul: How Far Is the Horizon?

  12. 12 Mama Needs a Cosmo

    Okay. You SERIOUSLY need to find that turtleneck. It would sell for a pretty penny on eBay.

    I remember owning an eggplant-purple zip-up polyester bell-bottomed jumpsuit made by my mom. I saw Jamie Sommers (The Bionic Woman) wear it on TV, and bless her heart, my mom went out and found the pattern for it. The jumpsuit even had a belt that tightened using oversized gold-plated “D” rings. I totally thought my sh!t didn’t stink. And wore that sucker to TWO school picture days. Yep. I was the hippest six-year-old on the planet with that jumpsuit. And Dorothy Hammil haircut. :)

  13. 13 cardiogirl

    I *completely* remember the zipper up the neck with the HOOP on it. Love that!

    And you did nail that Princess Di side glance. Way to go 10-year-old JD.

    cardiogirl’s last blog post..The book of questions, Volume 39

  14. 14 absepa

    Aw, how cute was little JD?? I had a jumpsuit with a zipper/hoop thingy like that on it when I was about five. It’s hard to imagine now why my mom let me wear a jumpsuit at that age. I’m lucky I didn’t wet myself about 10 times a day, since those things were notoriously difficult to get out of.

    I am tempted to (ahem) rip off this idea for my blog, since I have some old photos of myself from the 70s that I can make fun of. You do believe that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right? :)

    absepa’s last blog post..I Think the Answer You’re Looking for Is "Yes"

  15. 15 babs - beetle

    Aww, so cute! I give you ten years and you’ll be looking at all your old photos and wanting to be that girl again, no matter what!

    This is strange because I have been going through all the old photos of me today, for a little video I’m making ;O)

    babs – beetle’s last blog post..Oh my word! It’s carol!

  16. 16 Angelika

    I don’t think that nose was big.

    That sweater would definitely be in style today!

    Love it. :-)

    Angelika’s last blog post..High Five Friday – 4/24/09

  17. 17 Mary @ Holy Mackerel

    You haven’t seen a schnoz until you see one of my earlier photos. My kids both exclaimed simultaneously at how big my nose was when I was in high school, and they also guessed that I grew into it.

    Mary @ Holy Mackerel’s last blog post..The Chicken Caper

  18. 18 Regan

    Awwww, you were so cute! What a wonderful thick red turtleneck! I’m sure it kept you nice and warm in the winter. :)

    And your nose really doesn’t look that big.

    Regan’s last blog post..Girl Scout Cookies

  19. 19 Grace

    Oh come on, you are just cute as a button! Beautiful hair – what was that you used, Herbal Essence? Gotta get me some…

    Grace’s last blog post..What I’m totally liking today

  20. 20 Kathy

    Aww, you look so cute! And you do NOT have a shnoz. You reminded me of stick pins. I used to have a ginormous cowl neck sweater that I always put a gold pin in. I had about a square mile of fabric to work with. Too bad I don’t have a picture of that, or we could have a dual of the thick neck sweaters.

    Kathy’s last blog post..File It Under Stupid

  21. 21 misstfied

    Big shnozz??? Er, where? Sheesh, if you thought your nose was big back then but not so much anymore then what the heck is it now…..a micro-chip??? LOL

    Honestly, your nose was adorable back then, just like you yourself were altogether.

    Awww, super cute!

    No wonder you wore a turtleneck, you were so darned cute you probably had an arsenal of hickeys hidden under there.

    Uhhhh huh!

    Yep, I knew it! ;-)

    misstfied’s last blog post..All Gassed Up With No Place To…Blow?

  22. 22 Lin

    You are the only other person that I know that still refers to goiters. Yep.

    What a lovely child! But what fun is an old picture when it is just so darned cute?? No wacky hair, no silly clothes, no funky furniture in the background, or annoying friends/relatives to share the polaroid boundaries. Boring! You are just too sweet, clean-cut, and downright adorable. Yawn. Go dig up some weird photos and join the club, JD!

    Lin’s last blog post..Field Trip Hell

  23. 23 Tim

    Cute you were, but what is with the impish little smile? Were you planning on… doing something?

    Tim’s last blog post..Wordless Friday Evening

  24. 24 JD

    Anne: I really do believe it’s time for the giant-collared turtleneck, zipper-neck turtleneck to make a comeback. I’d be happy to model it on What Not to Wear.

    Jenn Thorson: LOVE the moms. My mom was actually horrified to discover I didn’t know about my big nose at that point. She thought it was common knowledge.

    chat blanc: YES! If only reality TV had been invented way back then, I would’ve been cat-fighting and pouring beer in bitches’ weaves with the best of them.

    Carl: I have to admit: this is the best of the lot. Second grade, for example? Worthy of a trip to the ER, for sure.

    Judy: Or maybe she DID! No, no, of course she didn’t. I remember getting in huge fights with my mom over my 6th grade picture. I wanted to wear my long hair naturally parted in the middle, and she insisted on barrettes. The damn barrettes won. THEY ALWAYS WIN!

    The Incredible Woody: I coulda used some of your boobs. Well, maybe not at 10. Yikes! I had similar curling iron problems: one side would be perfect and the other side would be kind of bent. And then there would be the big burn mark on my neck—hence the giant turtleneck.

    April: Aren’t friends and moms the BEST?! I seriously do not think about my nose that much. I have way more pressing issues—and at 17 I’m certain I had way WAY more pressing issue.

    Daisy the Curly Cat: Oh, my cod! I never thought of that! Thank goodness I came through my dangerous childhood OK. And now it is very unlikely I’ll ever wear a zipper-neck turtleneck again. Thank you!

    Ilana: They never tell you. Even today. You can’t trust anyone, especially yourself. For me, college is where it really started going wrong. Bright blue tights and a neon-polka-dotted sweater dress? REALLY?

    Natural: Try it! Altho these days someone may think you must smell something funny.

    Stephanie Barr: Oh, no. I know you were beautiful because you ARE beautiful. And believe me: that was my ONLY good school picture. The others are scary. I was feeling sorry for myself after Dave commented that the picture I posted with my sleep study post was “extremely unflattering.”

    Mama Needs a Cosmo: I bet I can find it on ebay! If I do, do you dare me to buy it? Even for a pretty penny? Oh, man. Please, before I die, get me a picture of that eggplant Bionic Woman jumpsuit. That sounds totally awesome. I would’ve worn it every DAY. My mom sewed too, but I don’t know that she would’ve made me something THAT cool.

    cardiogirl: Yes, the all-important HOOP! It was so fashionable. I wish I could recapture the mysterious magic of the 10-year-old JD. These days, the side-glance looks rather forced.

    absepa: Rip away! Hell, I’m flattered by just about anything. I would LOVE to see 70s pics from EVERYone who commented here. If you have a picture of you in that cute jumpsuit, I’ll send you an autographed photo of Gus.

    babs – beetle: I don’t need 10 years—I’m already wishing! Such clear skin! Oh, I do love the 10-year-old JD. I can’t wait to see your video. Is it up? I’ll have to go check . . .

    Angelika: Well, thank you. I didn’t either, really, and am still not sure. It’s hard to be objective when your mom says something like that. After all, moms know everything, right?

    Mary @ Holy Mackerel: OK, moms, friends, and kids. They tell it like it is. But you DID grow into it. That’s the main thing. I guess.

    Regan: Thank you, Regan! It definitely did keep me warm, which was important then, because I probably weighed about 12 pounds.

    Grace: They don’t make the same kind of Herbal Essence, tho! I’ve searched and searched. None of it smells the same. And, to be honest, I may have used Prell then. Regardless, I think it was the magic of young, 10-year-old hair more than the shampoo, I’m sorry to say.

    Kathy: Yeah, I think the stick pin didn’t come into play until I was around 16. I had those giant cowl-neck sweaters/tops too. What the hell. Why did we need all that fabric hanging down? And what on earth did the stick pin even DO? Crazy times.

    misstfied: Well, you know, the more I look at my nose, the more I wonder. Could my mom have been WRONG? No . . . other people have made the same comment. And believe me, my nose didn’t shrink—my face just got WAY bigger. HICKEYS? At 10? Yeah, probably.

    Lin: I actually HAVE a goiter and usually refer to it as an enlarged thyroid, ‘cuz “goiter” is such an old-lady word. But it’s also funny as hell. I’ve got more weird/horrible school pictures, believe me. AND YOU WILL SEE THEM!

    Tim: Thank you, my friend. Yes, I think I was planning some sort of coup. Probably against my math teacher or maybe that mean boy on the monkeybars.

  25. 25 Trade Show Guru

    hey JD,
    Thanks for the trip down memory lane. I haven’t seen a turtleneck in a long time. I just wish it was a full length picture so we could see if you were wearing bell bottoms too! Nice flashback. ~ Steve, the trade show guru
    PS. Cute picture, very cute. :)

    Trade Show Guru’s last blog post..Trade Show Booth Display Design Secrets

  26. 26 Prefers Her Fantasy Life

    It’s adorable. I am surprised though that your hair wasn’t parted in the middle. I thought that was the 70s way.

    Prefers Her Fantasy Life’s last blog post..Where, Oh, Where Did This Hippie Mom Fail Her Kids?

  27. 27 JD's Mom

    What an adorable picture of you! But you’re NEVER going to let me forget what I said about your nose 30 + years ago, are you??? I have apologized and apologized, but for naught!

  28. 28 Marie

    Adorable then, adorable now, no doubt about it. Ask your Robot. :)

    At least your mother apologized. Mine, when I was 23, asked me “When are you going to do something about that awful mousey brown hair?”.

    Well Mom, 54 now and I STILL haven’t done anything about it! So take that! lol

    Marie’s last blog post..A Great MS Walk!

  29. 29 Pricilla

    Old photos are so very entertaining. I think we all had the same school photographer…

    In mine I think I have on a brown sweater and my cat’s eye glasses. With rhinestones at the corners, of course.

    Pricilla’s last blog post..Kevin the Explorer

  30. 30 Christa

    You are CRAZY adorable in the non-bi-polar kinda way. And geez, no fly-aways?

  31. 31 MomZombie

    Cute picture. Brings back memories.
    I had several of those ribbed, zippered with the big ring pull tab thingie shirts. I loved those shirts. I paired them with my big bell tie-dyed jeans and I was bitchin’. I even had some white Keds with red and blue stripes. And I loved washing my hair with Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific shampoo. Do you remember that? It was on the shelf next to the original Herbal Essence shampoo bottle with the hot babe on the label.

    MomZombie’s last blog post..Would you like bread with that sandwich?

  32. 32 Puglette

    very cute! but you didn’t have the light blue iridescent eye shadow. my brothers used to say they looked like lizard bellies.

    Puglette’s last blog post..Oh, Ollie

  33. 33 JD

    Trade Show Guru: Aw, thank you. Yes, I’m almost positive I was wearing bell-bottoms. And they were probably some kind of plaid.

    Prefers Her Fantasy Life: Well, this would’ve been around 1971, so I don’t think the middle part had yet gained popularity. I know I sported the middle part in my 6th grade picture—and that will NOT be posted here.

    JD’s Mom: I have forgiven but not forgotten. Your apologies are never for naught! Keep them coming!

    Marie: HA! Looks like you had the last laugh! I know my mom would love to take me for a makeover—hair, clothes, makeup, etc. I guess it’s just the way of moms. I’ll have to check in with my Robot. He hasn’t called me “adorable” for a while.

    Pricilla: Oh, I loved my cat’s eye glasses. I wore them in my 2d grade picture. This is my only good school photo. The mysterious smile and side-glance were apparently only features of my 10-year-old self.

    Christa: I KNOW! Magical hair! And, right, I was not yet clinically crazy at the age of 10—thank you for noticing!

    Puglette: The eye shadow came a few years later. Oh, yes. Slathered on like butter on toast. I like the lizard belly comparison, actually. I was going to say it was a blue that never existed in nature, but maybe not!

    MomZombie: YES! I remember Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific, but I don’t think I ever used it. Sigh. That Herbal Essence ad takes me back. They don’t make the same scent that they used to. Now they make it like everybody else: “Rain Mist and Mango” or “Raspberry Chai Tea.” No regular scent. Your outfit sounds awesome. Any pics?

  34. 34 Musingwoman

    Can I just add one more adorable? ’cause it’s true. :)

    P.S. I think back then I had a turtleneck like that in every color known to man.

    Musingwoman’s last blog post..A dream (or nightmare) you’ve had

  35. 35 Beau Horner

    Oh, honker…..I thought you said hooker. It took me about 10 minutes to get to the bottom of your comments b the way. You ever seen Journey to the Center of the Earth before? It was kind of like that, but without piranha fish.

    Beau Horner’s last blog post..Camping is For People without Ceilings

  36. 36 Lola

    You totally rocked that turtleneck! That look though, is something else.

    Lola’s last blog post..Chicago Area Blogger Meet-up Results Are In!

  37. 37 Mike

    You were actually a very cute girl.

  38. 38 JD

    Musingwoman: There can never be too many adorables. I wish so much I still had that t-neck. IN FUCHSIA!

    Beau Horner: I don’t remember the piranha in Journey to the Center of the Earth, but I will take your word for it. Well, I hope now that you’ve made it this far, you’ll stick around for a while. There WILL be hookers, I promise.

    Lola: HA! Thanks. I wonder if I could get away with that look today without people thinking I was insane.

    Mike: Aw, thank you, Mike!

  39. 39 shakespeare

    I would post a picture, but mine are HORRIBLE! I was pulling my hair back into a bun at this age, with spastic hair all around my face. Absolutely awful! I don’t think I’ve even shown those pictures to my husband, even after nearly twenty years!

  40. 40 TheSnackHound

    That was the Susannah Hoffs “Walk Like an Egyptian” sidewards glance rather than Lady Di, methinks.

    TheSnackHound’s last blog post..Sheena, Queen of the Juicer

  41. 41 Naomi

    I think that you were very cute.Don’t wory. For twenty centery you were really beautiful girl. And the hair-style is vert stylish.Thanks for sharing of this picture.

  42. 42 Jeff

    Hey, if I couldn’t write a post about an old picture, I would have been out of the blogging business years ago. Well done!

    Jeff’s last blog post..Unbelievable

  43. 43 Lola

    Definitely you can come to the next meet-up. I had a widget on my sidebar on all 3 blogs notifying of the event. Keep an eye out for an announcement on the next meeting. Hopefully I’m still invited. Lol!

    Lola’s last blog post..Chicago Area Blogger Meet-up Results Are In!

  44. 44 Tiggy

    Oddly, every photo taken of me from the ‘difficult hair and acne’ age of 11 to 16 disappeared one night… I can’t think who might have tore them up and buried them…

    Tiggy’s last blog post..Tiggy’s Shopping Bizarre – Process That Deer!

  45. 45 misstfied

    LOL, I sure do enjoy reading all of these comments, just reading them is a great trip down memory lane. Irredescent blue eyeshadow? Ha ha, Puglette, thanx so much for “that” reminder; I have a brother, too, so I know exactly what you’re saying and, believe me, he enjoys reminding me about those “bright blues” I so loved if he so much as “thinks” that I may have forgotten about them, lol. (Oh, and don’t even get me started on my lipstick color choices from “back in the day”…yikes). Ha, we should have a blogger “Back In The Day” Day where everyone posts the worst of the worst pic(s) of themselves that they possibly can, I guarantee have oodles and oodles of those to share, lol.

    misstfied’s last blog post..G.B.N.F. ~ In Memory Of Dad ~

  46. 46 Canucklehead

    Darn! As one of the conditions of my probation I’ve had to install a program that automatically blocks pictures of people under the age of 30 (LONG story!)
    Anyway, I’ll assume you were a cure little one – so I didn’t have to be.

    (Okay, I could see it — but so many people already covered ‘AWWWW’ before me I had to come up with something else. On a related note, I remember being a cute kid – so its weird that I was somehow magically transformed into a weird troll-like creature every school picture day.)

    Canucklehead’s last blog post..#unfollow friday

  47. 47 JD

    shakespeare: A bun?! At ten??? Oh, dear. Well, as I’ve said above, this is my only good school picture. Which means, of course, that I WILL be posting at least one other bad one, just for comparison’s sake.

    TheSnackHound: Ah . . . you may be right! Yes, yes, the more I look at it, the more I think it IS indeed the Susanna Hoffs side-glance from that video that I LOVE! So Susanna Hoffs is the thief, not Princess Di.

    Naomi: Why, thank you.

    Jeff: HA! Thanks. Your old pictures are true blog fodder. This one is just . . . well, it’s just plain adorable, who am I kidding?

    Lola: I remember reading about it and checking out the Communication Exchange site, but at the time, Aurora seemed like a long way away and I don’t know that anyone had signed up at that point. Oh, well. Next time. Only if I get a squirrel head, tho.

    Tiggy: I have found that torn-up and buried photos can indeed be unearthed and taped back together. Try it, why don’t you?

    misstfied: I love the idea of a “Back in the Day” post. I think I actually have a photo of me in an iridiscent blue formal applying iridescent blue eye shadow. Complete with Led Zeppelin black light poster in the background.

    Canucklehead: I can still see the cute kid in you, even if no photographic evidence exists.

  48. 48 Lola

    Aurora isn’t that far, even from Skokie. I90 to I88. We did actually have one blogger from Chicago join us. For the rest of us, except for Patricia, it was about a 45 minute drive. And I had a lead foot because I was running late, so I shaved 15 minutes off my time. Lol!I love to drive, I’m a freak that way, so it didn’t bother me a bit.

    In fact, don’t let the fact that it’s in Aurora scare you. On one side of Route 59 it’s considered Naperville, on the other is Aurora, so Panera was right on the border. So it’s really just like driving to Naperville.

    I’ve done squirrels, now I think I’ll have to think up something different. Lol!

    Lola’s last blog post..Chicago Area Blogger Meet-up Results Are In!

  49. 49 Florida Girl In Sydney

    You are just the cutest 10 year old evah (that was with my fake Aussie accent). Makes me want to break out all the old photos!

    Florida Girl In Sydney’s last blog post..My Lady Gagas

  50. 50 BK

    You look fabulous! And I believe you still look fabulous. :)

    BK’s last blog post..Is Swine Flu ‘The Big One’ and Prevention

  51. 51 Alex

    Nice post – I wonder how many of us do things so someone else doesn’t have to!


    Alex’s last blog post..3 Mistakes That Kill You Blogging To Make Money Efforts

  52. 52 JD

    Lola: No, Aurora isn’t that far. I just get so lazy. And I got married in Naperville! Maybe next time the participants can be meerkats?

    Florida Girl In Sydney: Break ‘em out! And then provide captions with a fake Aussie accent!

    BK: I do! Well, in the dark with a blanket over my head. That’s very kind of you to say. I am ever striving for fabulousness of the inner beauty variety, anyway.

    Alex: Hmmm. I think you’d be surprised at everything you do so I don’t have to. Make a list and then report back to me, please.

  53. 53 Lola

    I can’t make any promises about meerkats, but if you show up and somehow can get meerkats surreptitiously into the conversation, I’ll see what I can do.

    Lola’s last blog post..It’s The Stand!

  54. 54 Tim

    Now that you promised hookers, you’ll probably never get Canucklehead outa your hair :-)

    Tim’s last blog post..Happiness Is Just A Delusion Away

  55. 55 Tim

    Whaaa?!? In moderation again? It must’ve been the hookers…

    Tim’s last blog post..Happiness Is Just A Delusion Away

  56. 56 JD

    Lola: You’re on! If anyone can find a way to bring “meerkats” into a conversation, ’tis I.

    Tim: Don’t worry! I always rescue you. As for the hookers, Canucklhead has already shown up on my doorstep, reeking of cheap cologne and bacon.

  57. 57 Brent Diggs

    I don’t care what anybody says, that was great look on you.

    I think turtlenecks are about to make a big comeback. Actually probably not, everybody’s too busy with moonboots and legwarmers.

    Brent Diggs’s last blog post..Doctor Toboggans vs The Memphis Zombies – a Multimedia Retrospective

  58. 58 JD

    Brent Diggs: So what you’re saying is if I show up in a photo wearing a turtleneck, legwarmers, and moonboots, the Internet will explode?

  59. 59 Baron von Rochester

    Oh, you’re so cute! I totally would have had a crush on you. I might even have one now. I mean, on the adult you, not on the ten-year-old you. Uh. Maybe I should quit before someone calls the cops.

    Baron von Rochester’s last blog post..My Day at the Dentist

  60. 60 JD

    Baron von Rochester: Why, thank you (or perhaps that’s just the dental drugs talking?) Don’t worry. I’m so starved for attention I doubt that I’d call the cops even if you were stalking me and sending me inappropriate e-mails. Hint, hint.

  61. 61 holiday formal dress

    very nice,.. interesting article


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