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I rejoined a gym - really and on the first day!!!!

Monday, July 02, 2012

I rejoined a gym because I miss having a pool. I found a place I could join for $10 a month. On the first day I almost left again. Look at my pictures of myself on my page. Is there some hidden message there that I can't see. Something that says to people talk to me when I am naked in the dressing room. Please stop!!!!! Unless you are trying to tell me I am on fire there is nothing you need to tell me that can't wait until I have my clothes on. Or you have your clothes on. My momma taught me to look at the person talking to me. She never covered naked chatters at the gym.
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    Lol Gold dust...Telephone booth?

    That feels creepy, when I have peeps in the changing area, I just go to the stall and change...because I'm weird lol.

    Cheap Rate tho!

    Have a in the pool.

    1572 days ago
    Glad you can cool off in the pool!
    Do they have a closed changing area like Lifetime has? Or wait! Superman used a telephone booth, what about the handicap stall? I know what you mean though...I change as quickly as possible, my hernia is my business!IMHO

    1574 days ago
    Look them in the EYES. (And, just for the record, it's WAY more awkward on the farm than in the locker room. *Ask me how I know*)

    Have fun in the pool!
    1574 days ago
    You should swap stories with Jenny... she witnessed a naked woman doing the "happy baby" yoga pose in the dressing room.. There ain't enough mind bleach on the planet for that one.

    1574 days ago
    some people are so rude. Glad you found a place for only $10 a month I guess i better look in to a place for me. I never thought some gyms would be afordable even to me.
    keep up the good work emoticon
    1574 days ago
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