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Hmm, I don't know if I agree with you about young people missing things. I'm 23 and I tend to be very observant about women's features, whether I'm with them or just admiring. In fact I told a friend of mine that I was romantic with for a while that her hands fascinated me so many times I think she got sick of me, ha.

frankie says relax

I love your Barnes and Noble observations, and your musings about youth, love, relationships, adulthood, etc.

Keep em coming.

And, off topic, I have to add, Hepburn's behavior re: her relationship to Tracy is very sad. I knew there were some "issues" there with her, but I'll never view her in the same way again. She needed help; she was a very hurt person in an awful relationship.


How nice, another new Judith above. I remember 23. :-)

I was going to say that I feel the same way, Lance. When you are young you dont appreciate what you have - no doubt that young woman, though proud of her hands, doesnt see herself the way you did.
I wouldnt worry about her though - there are plenty of guys with open eyes and hearts.

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