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Extra Exercise and Abort Experiment!!

Thursday, October 07, 2010

My social experiment didn't work out today b ut there is always tomorrow. Got an additional 2 mile walk in even though I did the big workout this morning. Woohoo!
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    Ahahaha yeah I think everyone has a few people they know that they've done a mad dash into a shop a bit quick to avoid talking to them ahaha.

    I've always been interested in gender roles, it was a big topic when I was studying AS sociology. Kinda wish I carried it on, it's really interesting :P. I love the whole 'child-free' rather than childless thing too. You'd think people were a lot more laid back with that now, but I think the reality is that it's a bit more repressed so people pick and choose when to show their ugly nature rather than all the time like it was in the 30's/40's.

    I think a lot of it is jealousy as well. My SIL gets constant harassment about having kiddies with my bro, she does WANT kids but she's 27 now which is apparently 'too old to wait' wtf right?! She ended up falling out with a lot of her close friends over a certain incident where she just blew up and said 'Sorry I have a social life, sorry I can go out at the weekends, sorry I choose to travel and have fun with my life before having children. Sorry you guys feel so bored that you get your kicks out of teasing me. I might be an older mum, but at least I've lived my life'. That killed the friendship a bit quick xD

    Yay for your big workout and long walk today! You're on a roll lately :D

    2545 days ago
    Maybe I could move it up to HUG them and run??!! hahaha
    2545 days ago
    You are absolutely hilarious m'dear!

    Greet and run! Hahaha! I'm sure that's a social experiment of some kid, right?
    2545 days ago
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