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Old 11-10-2003, 08:46 PM   #31
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There are more. She has a dark purple one that joins in a 69 and that is what that one means. There is a lavender one for gay anal sex she gave a gay goth guy and he was glad. You buy them in a pack of several at Spencer's in the mall. Now I know what she's been up to with her friends down there They are gel like but not filled with gel. There are no beads.

Thanks for your info and comments everybody. I'm on it and I'll tell you what goes down. I appreciate anything you all have to say.
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Have I mentioned lately how glad I am not to have teenagers?
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Old 11-11-2003, 12:22 AM   #33
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I just had a thought... if IO is known as the GREEN room, then wouldn't it also be the fingering room?
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that's some fooked up shit right there
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i am around kids all day every day and have never heard of this.
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Old 11-11-2003, 05:44 AM   #36
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they were popular around here a good 10 years ago, but back then they were called 'shag bands' similar meaning, if a boy broke one, you had to shag him. never heard of anyone actually breaking any bands and doing the deed however...


did a search on google, found this

http://www.ebslive.com/forums/showth...?threadid=9837

it has some pictures of them
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They had a report on this on FOX news last night. They said they were the same ones that have been around for years but have now taken on this meaning. (the news didn't call them 'fuck you' bracelets though) The girls in the story claimed that no one ever really did what the bracelets represented but boys pulled on them and snapped them and they 'guessed they wanted to kiss me or something.' It said some schools had banned them. Now that it's been on the news, everyone will know what they mean.
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i work in a private school w/ a dress code, so that's obviously not a problem here... but i coach @ a public high school... i'll have to take a looksie and see what i can see... sounds more like a middle school thing though i'll do my best sherlock holmes anyhoo
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Old 11-12-2003, 11:16 AM   #41
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never heard of them before, but of course, that was in Thee punk days,'76. they didn't put it on bracelett's then-they just Told u! lol!
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How charming.
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My son (26) thinks sending his little girls to Catholic school will shelter them from such things as "bracelets." Hells bells they probably invented it. Don't flame me, some of my best friends are Catholic and said this at lunch today. My oldest grand daughter is 5. I started talking to my son when he was around 9 about innocent things like dreams.. if you know what I mean. It starts all over again - only it's different now . Girls! *sigh*
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I have noticed that the more children are 'sheltered' these days the wilder and more rebellious they become. At least Seabird's daughter was open enough and had a good enough relationship with her mother to tell her. When kids hide things and get sneaky, things get worse. Kids need to know they can come to their parents without fear. It's imossible to hide from everything out there in this day and age so might as well have it out in the open and confront it head on. It's going to be there one way or the other.
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