Can anyone relate?

D.G.rocks 2012/07/14 03:11:11
I stole my half sister 17 magazine and tried reading it. I did but afterwards I found myself lost. I have not once got involved in this so called girl talk. Probably because I don't have really any close girl friends. I'm nothing like anyone in that stupid magazine...
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  • raschell97 2012/07/14 17:46:36
    well you shouldn't try to be like any one in those magazines go against the grain and don't worry your not the only one who can't enjoy those heck I read hunting and fishing magazines while my mother wants me to read girly magazines
  • BIG BAD JOHN R. 2012/07/14 15:52:46
    I would have to say that's not a bad thing, being your own person is a lot better than someone who just follows the crowd.
  • BritPunk 2012/07/14 11:50:03
    Oh yes I can relate totally. There is so much more to life than silly girly magazines. would have you believe.
  • Marieღ 2012/07/14 05:58:50
    Yeah, I'm not really that girly, I'm mostly friends with guys. I have maybe 3 or 4 friends that are girls.
  • Poet003 2012/07/14 03:38:09
    Yes, I relate. You need to read real books like the Archetypes for Wisdom a textbook
    that can be bought in Barnes and Nobles or a Astronomy textbook or a Physics textbook.
    Learn to paint and sculpt. Solve 3-d puzzles and play a instrument.Read Allen Ginsburg
    ,Shakespeare, and greek n roman classics in translation if you must.
  • Poet003 Poet003 2012/07/14 03:41:14
    Try www.greatcourses.com for lifelong education at your own pace.Try listening to Rufus
    Wainwright, Emilie Autumn, The Rolling Stones, The Doors, Muddy Waters, rockabilly,
    all styles of jazz etc.
  • Poet003 Poet003 2012/07/14 03:46:31
    Learn to manipulate your moods to your success n fun thru music. I was in a coma n forgot
    much but Im having fun relearning. Read real magazines like Mens Journal and National
    Geographic.Read the National Geographics HISTORY OF FEMALE EXPOLRERS.
    Read the Icelandic sagas, the Mayflower compact, and Irish literature like Synge,Yeats,
    and Lady Gregory.Read the great African -American literature such as Baldwin, Maya
    Angelou,Zora Neale Hurston, etc.
  • Poet003 Poet003 2012/07/14 03:47:43
    Watch the PBS doctumentaries on the blues , jazz, american history, national parks,fractals, Einsteins Big Idea, Nova etc.
  • BritPunk Poet003 2012/07/14 11:45:07
    Great advice, old bean :-)
  • spiderpanda 2012/07/14 03:28:33
    actually i totally understand what youre talking about. those girly magazines are crap. my friends and i mostly talk about youtubers, hetalia, and other random fun stuff :D
  • SceneQueen❤Rose+Rachel❤ 2012/07/14 03:28:31
  • Yutt 2012/07/14 03:15:01
    Probably not if I read it I might get it because the majority of who I hung out with in high school were girls so I could probably figure it out haha
  • D.G.rocks Yutt 2012/07/14 03:22:16
    haha.all my friends are guys, well, I'm friends with everyone for the most part. but close friends? guys. haha
  • Poet003 D.G.rocks 2012/07/14 03:52:11
    Nerds need to grow in infinite ways and form underground gangs.
  • Poet003 Poet003 2012/07/14 03:54:18
    or or clubs I mean
  • Poet003 Poet003 2012/07/14 03:58:40
    Wanda Jackson was the Rockabilly Queen.She dated and was musically trained by Elvis.She had n even wrote a few hits.Shes still alive.The only feminist website
    and magazine I know of is Bitch . They are also on youtube.I am positive they
    are not the only tho.

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