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    Default Things you think but don't say (no judging!!)

    I try not to judge girls my age too much... I tell myself to think something positive such as 'that's a gorgeous dress' or 'cute shoes' instead of you look prettier/hotter/younger than me so therefore I hate you. But I still judge.
    I dated a bloke last year who is tall, and at the time, large (he's since lost a heck of weight). I am only 5 foot tall. I had to break up with him before things got serious because I myself could not figure out how it would work physically! Sound shallow but I really couldn't and I didn't want to string him along.
    I do think mean thoughts about other mothers and their misbehaving children.... But seeing as my boy can hold his own in the brat stakes its very pot-kettle-black and glass houses...

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    [QUOTE=Lumpy Melon;6935315]This is totally random but i always finding myself staring at prams and wondering how they fold up, like to the point where if I can't figure it out I want to ask but don't cause it's weird lol!

    I also always want to high five and give words of encouragement to larger people I see exercising, but I don't want to make them feel awkward![/QUOTE

    Me too. I'm always noticing prams.

    Sometimes I'll see someone struggling to collapse their pram and I want to go up and help them, but I worry they'll think I'm weird or bite my head off.

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    I'd like to say that I find someone's stories way to unbelievable and can't wait till they get caught out, but alas, I cannot as it would be mean.
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    to DH's cousin:

    1. You are his cousin, not his sister, therefore my kids will not be calling you Aunty. If you took any time to pay attention to anyone other than yourself you would also notice that DH and his brothers don't really like you referring to yourself as their sister.
    2. You are in a relationship with a guy that you KNOW cheated on you, not just a one night stand, a full on relationship with another chick. Now that's fine that you want to stay with him, but don't whinge to me when he is being a d!ck.

    To all people, please dress for your size, if you are bigger than please don't wear midriff tops and leggings. It's no good for anyone, and no I'm not a stick thin rake, I'm bigger myself.

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    I struggled to hold in fits of giggles when a guy with baggy pants down at his knees with an oversized top on strutting like he was so cool but from behind he looked like he had a GIANT body and tiny tiny legs.... or....like two midgets stacked. *ducks and covers for being so un-pc*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumpy Melon View Post
    I also always want to high five and give words of encouragement to larger people I see exercising, but I don't want to make them feel awkward!
    Yesterday when I was driving home from work I saw a larger man jogging with a larger child. He looked stuffed and was sweating badly but he glanced over to the larger child and they both gave each other the biggest smile and the man patted the kid on the back as they jogged. I wanted to stop the car and cheer them on haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    I will admit to on more one occasion, looking at a couple who physically don't match (he's 7 foot and built like a brick sh!thouse she's a 5 foot and looks like the wind will knock her over for example) and just casually wondering how they "do it" and other um things. My neck gets sore after 5 minutes of kissing a guy a foot taller than me.... How do they make it work???
    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    i'm so glad i'm not the only one.

    Its like when you look at a pregnant woman...and you have that tiny giggle like "you had sex..." (SO immature! we also make jokes about my pregnant friends craving cocktails and receiving 'virgin' cocktails - since they're so clearly now :P )
    Quote Originally Posted by MinnieMouse81 View Post
    Me too! There are a couple in my mums group that still creep me out 6 months on!
    I do this too.

    There is this one lady who works at my local KMart who is always so happy. I mean really happy. I just wanna ask her how she can be so happy ALL the time, even with the rude customers.

    Another one. Bit sad. When I see families and friend at the Crosses of people passed on the side of the road, I wanna hug them and say "your friend or relative has not died in vain. every time I see a cross it reminds me of how careful I need to be while driving. I am a a more vigilant driver because of them, thank you". But I don't want to add to their heartbreak.


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    Default Things you think but don't say (no judging!!)

    When ever I see a mum breastfeeding her baby in public I see it as a beautiful thing I wanna say 'good on you' (for having guts to do it in public- I'm pregnant with first and hope, if I can even breast feed, that I am comfortable doing it discretely in public) but fear that if I even glance too long or smile that I would come across as creepy! Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post

    Its like when you look at a pregnant woman...and you have that tiny giggle like "you had sex..." (SO immature! we also make jokes about my pregnant friends craving cocktails and receiving 'virgin' cocktails - since they're so clearly now :P )
    Hmm, I'm pregnant and someone said to me just today... " I know what you were doing 7 months ago!" and had a little giggle...

    Umm, I just said err, no you don't! Lol sine there was no sex involved in this conception! Haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbert View Post
    When ever I see a mum breastfeeding her baby in public I see it as a beautiful thing I wanna say 'good on you' (for having guts to do it in public- I'm pregnant with first and hope, if I can even breast feed, that I am comfortable doing it discretely in public) but fear that if I even glance too long or smile that I would come across as creepy! Haha.
    Me too!!
    I've got a bub and am unable to breastfeed it public purely because of boobs are humongous and I can't just whip out a nipple, it's gotta be the whole boob.
    But when I see other mums feeding I just wish I could say 'good on you!' As I know the feelings you feel and the looks you get when you feed.
    When I see brand new mummies with teeny tiny bubbas I make a point to smile at them when bub is crying etc when I should say 'everyone goes through it, don't stress' as I know I always freaked out at the shops when bub cried and people just stared. However, if someone had said something to me I probably would've cried hahaha

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