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    • #564929
      Carolyn Kay
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      I buy about half of my clothes myself, either at the stores or on line. The rest of my femme wear my wife helps me with. We go shopping together, I am in drab, and she helps me select items. Just last week she bought me a new bra while we were out. We have a lot of fun shopping and  last year, before covid, she even talked me into using the changing room to try things on. It was only two blouses but still I enjoyed it. She will not go out with me if I am femme dressed but does let me dress around the house.

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Carolyn,

        It’s so lovely to read how many SO’s are actually very supportive of their partners.

        Lol Amanda xx

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      Phoebe Smyth
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      I usually make my own purchases either online or in store. My wife and I are different sizes however occasionally we buy each other things or may be returning something that’s sized wrong and the other will adopt it instead but not usually as we typically have different tastes.
      We do share some things such as nail polish, etc..

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Phoebe,

        So lovely to be able to share things with each other, and have the the same interests in feminine clothes and makeup too.

        Lol Amanda xx

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      Brittney Andrews
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      I voted:

      Buy my own “women’s” clothes; I’ve been doing this since late 2015. I shop alone and in-store, usually in “drab” but I’ve shopped dressed full en fem twice. I’ve been slow and steady in building my confidence to now I browse and buy from anywhere that sells women’s clothes.

      Wear SO’s cast offs; Although my SO’s clothes are women’s plus sizes and too big for me, she cleaned her closet out this spring and had a huge bag for the donation bin. I had heard of a re-sell store in my area and I separated the nicer clothes from the daily/casual clothes. This time something told me try everything on to see if anything might fit me. Good thing I did, I found a black long sleeve all lace button-up blouse. Since all lace has no stretch, it fit me perfectly; I kept it.

      Others?; I have got some women’s clothes from my CD/TG support group. Before COVID, we partnered with a TG teen support group and held a free clothes swap once or twice per year; usually in the spring and/or autumn. I ended up with 5 dresses, 3 blouses, 1 top, 1 casual top, 1 cardigan, 3 camis, and 1 skirt over two swap events.

       

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Brittney,

        Love the teen swap idea, or even just a CD second hand  clothes bank which could support those in the local communities that have difficulty in obtaining items either physically or financially.

        Lol Amanda xx

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      zeezee
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      There are four places close to me that resell clothing. I have bought a lot of things there, especially shoes. I wear a women’s nine which is easy to find. I love stilettos and have quite a few pair. I also buy online. I found a seller on eBay that sells (seconds) of Orchard corsets. I ordered one and I am so happy with it. It is a true corset and does wonders for my waistline. I am a little shy about buying in person (It’s for my wife.). I was buying a pair of shoes a few weeks ago at a resale shop. The cashier said ‘enjoy your shoes’ as I left. I gave her a big smile and said thanks. That made me feel so good. I will go back.

      Of the four places, Goodwill is the worst. Volunteers of America is much better with a huge selection at low prices. The other two are resellers. I like them both although one is more friendly than the other.

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi ZeeZee,

        I ‘m sure once you get the confidence buying yourself becomes easier. Start at the stores with the nice assistances and remember you don’t have to explain anything it’s not their business to know. Good luck,

        Lol Amanda xx

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          zeezee
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          I had that experience recently. I took a dress to the counter at a second hand store. She smiled, thanked me and off I went. Hugs.

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      Chelly Kross
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      Mine has advanced in stages over the years.
      1. My first wife never knew, so I would sneak hers from the closet when she was away. I would occasionally buy pantyhose and stash in secret hiding places.
      2. After our separation, I bought me a few things, still hid them because nobody knew.
      3. Upon meeting my current wife and confessing to her early on, my wardrobe exploded. She bought me things, let me wear some of her things(we are the same size), gave me things she didn’t like and later gave me things she said she thought looked better on me than it did her. I have also bought myself new outfits on occasions, but she pretty well keeps me stocked up now. My favorite item to buy me is shoes, high heels specifically. We still have a few outfits we both like, so we just share those pieces, but for the most I have my own complete wardrobe now and she has hers.

      Chelly

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Chelly,

        So beautiful and rewarding to read a post where a SO  is  in harmony with  her partner thats a crossdresses. A wonderful example that crossdressing   often can and does work in relationships.

        Lol Amanda xx

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          Chelly Kross
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          Thank You Amanda!! And yes it can work, and I realize I am fortunate to have a SO that feels the same way.  I see so many stories on here where its not accepted and it makes me realize how lucky I truly am.

          Chelly

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      Leslie Mary Shy
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      My

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    • #564315
      Regine Kelly
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      When i first started this in earnest, and came out to my wife, She half filled my closet with clothes that were just a bit to big for her, then, as Christmas was coming on, she went crazy buying for Regine.
      Since that time, I buy all my own, online, in person, wherever. The only thing she hasn’t given me, are Lingerie, and shoes, those I pick myself.
      But I am so grateful to her, for getting me going, and she has great taste, I may add.
      Hugs Regi👸💖

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Regi,

        Sounds like you have an absolutely treasure of a wife.

        Bless her,

        Lol Amanda xx

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          Regine Kelly
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          Oh, she is, and I do, Amanda, I am the luckiest girl alive
          Hugs,Regi👸💖

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      Rayna Carlian
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      I started with the “thrift” approach and such while testing what I liked on my frame.

      Once I was “out” to my wife, I started buying from online shops(Amazon Prime is great, free shipping and free returns).  I also started going to Kohls and other stores in the mall. Sometimes my wife would go with to shop and give her 2 cents on my choices.

      I know some folks have done the Amazon thing delivering to the lockers, so that the SO doesn’t see what’s purchased. I never went that route.

      I was in the Macy’s women’s shoe dept last weekend looking at knee high boots. Another shopper asked, “you looking a these LADIES boots?” with a little too much attitude. I said “Yeah! They’re cuter and have a better heel than the men’s version”, she didn’t know how to respond and just shrugged and started talking to someone else…hehe…

      It’s fun to show her what I picked up and see what she thinks. “oh that’s cute!” is what I hope for. “Ohh, hmm, no…” happens too. Usually followed by “you KNOW you’re not a 23 year old hoochie, why did you get this?” LOL

      Get out there and do some shopping! The more the see us buying what we like in drab, the less surprising it will become for everyone.

      Have fun out there!

      XOXO

      Rayna

       

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Rayna,

        Absolutely agree sweetie, get out there and shop, because wearing it is just the tip of the iceberg in pleasure being a female.

        Lol Amanda xx

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        Laura Lovett
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        Clothes and shoe shopping en femme is much more fun and feels more natural than drab shopping!

        The range of reactions is stunning – tends to be either gushing enthusiasm and lots more help than you’d expect, or a sniff, a cold shoulder, and being completely ignored like you’re not even there.

        The latter is rare, and those shops simply don’t get my custom.

        I wouldn’t want to support places with that attitude anyway 😁😍😍

        Love Laura

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          Amanda Burton
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          Hi Laura,

          Totally agree shopping en-femme feels so natural, and it’s such a tremendous buzz of excitement.

          Like you any establishment that’s not accepting  of me, does not financially gain by me.

          Lol Amanda xx

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          Rayna Carlian
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          COMPLETELY agree Laura! If I feel snubbed for being, Me? I’m out of there….no business again…

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        “you KNOW you’re not a 23 year old hoochie, why did you get this?” LOL indeed.

        I have a pair of black pleather Daisy Dukes, and a pair of black pleather leggings, neither of which will ever leave the house. I knew that when I bought them, but a girl can dream of her lost youth, can’t she?

        Hugs,
        Lulu

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          Amanda Burton
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          Hi Lulu,

          What’s life if we can’t  dream Lulu, it’s a pleasure we can afford, and dreams don’t hurt.

          Lol Amanda xx

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          Rayna Carlian
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          That’s exactly right Lulu! dreams are a necessity, like a good pair of pumps…LOL

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    • #564304
      Alice Underwire
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      Hi Amanda,

      A great question!  Probably the best fitting category as a lone shopping shopaholic is buy my own.  As Grace said from boutiques, women’s clothing stores, charity shops and on-line.

      Alice

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      Kimberly Ann Victoria
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      I am a closeted CD so I buy all my own clothes. I was brave enough to go to Goodwill today and it was exhilarating. Shopped for clothes like every other Women there. Tried on all the clothes I looked at and nobody gave it a second thought. Left there with Women’s pants, a cute flowered Skirt, a Top, 3in Heels and my prize possession a LBD (Little Black Dress)

       

      • #564311
        Clara Cross
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        Nicely done Kimberley. There is no substitute for in person shopping. Seeing the real color, feeling the actual fabric, trying it on, it’s the only way to go. And Goodwill is a great place to build your confidence. As you said, it’s exhilarating. One of the best things about CD is the shopping. Now you go girl!

        Clara

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          Kimberly Ann Victoria
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          Thank you Clara your right shopping in person is the best. I never tried on Women’s clothes in a dressing room before it was amazing

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            Krissy Richards
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            In these modern times many shops dont really care if your a man or women. They just want the sale, ive always tried to try things on back in the last century you would get some funny looks? But its all about being confident, i used to say yes i dress as a female because if you were to peel back the layers you would find just that a woman! So girls be happy carefree and most of all yourself is the only way to be

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            Kimberly Ann Victoria
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            Good advice Krissy

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      • #564293
        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Kimberly,

        Congratulations sweetie, it’s such a buzz out buying your own clothes,  and it’s true I always say on here often, nobody actually takes any notice of you either.

        Lol Amanda xx

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      Caty Ryan
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      Mostly on line, but sometimes eg lingerie in person. Also a bit “hybrid”… Buy on line, but go to a local store of that particular brand.. “Pick up for Mrs Ryan” Yes, an old saw but it works…..

      No chance of clothes swapping with the Boss. She is much smaller than me. (EG size 12 bra I’m an 18)

       

      Caty.

       

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        Krissy Richards
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        I’m a bit of a bargain hunter and love buying quite cheap stuff off ebay and some many sellers don’t really care who you are? As long as they get what they want for their items everyone is happy. I do love wandering around shops trying on and buying clothes in person too. I always ask to try them on 1st. Most shops don’t care that I’m woman

        in the process of becoming a woman x

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Caty,

        You have great eye for style.

        Lol Amanda xx

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    • #564221
      Michelle Trott
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      I buy all of my own clothes from everywhere that sells them. Love shopping in person and I love looking for bargains. I also buy ninty present of my wives clothes. She says I have awesome tastes. I am a dress and shoe hound.

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      My wife and I shared a few tops; otherwise, I bought all of my own, mostly in-person shipping (Lulu is a shopaholic).

      • #564226
        Amanda Burton
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        Hello my sweetie lovely to see you here. Gosh yes you are like me, see it got to have it, only trouble is I don’t always get it right, but it’s fun.

        Lol Amanda xx

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      Christine Petit
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      I obtain my clothes mostly through Amazon, but have bought a few things on my own. I love picking out the clothes and shoes.

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      Heather Jameson
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      Hi Amanda, I by all my own stuff, I’m addicted to shopping, it’s my favourite part of dressing I think. Nothing like getting dressed and a hard day of storming the malls and boutiques for a deal and that thing you see that you must have. I think if I was an alien when I landed my first words to the people would be, take me to your shoe store and mall.

      Thanks, Heather with a serious retail problem.

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Heather,

        I have a feeling we would give the GG’s a run for their money that’s for sure,

        Lol Amanda xx

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      Grace Scarlett
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      Hello honey…..

      I buy all my own clothes, from anywhere that sells them….shops, boutiques, charity stores, supermarkets…..and on line too.

      it’s not a chore or a job for me….it’s a pleasure and a 24/7 operation….and believe me, nowhere is safe from my clutches…..just ask my bank account!!!

      Grace xx

       

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      Lara Tucker
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      I buy almost everything from Amazon. The hub counter pick up is very convenient, and discrete.

      Perfect for this closet girl!

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Lara,

        Absolutely nothing wrong with that policy sweetie xx

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      Liara Wolfe
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      My wife and I are pretty much the same size (clothes and shoes). So while I would like my own wardrobe and because my wife doesn’t know about my starting dressing again (told her years ago and she wasn’t too keen on it) I wear her clothes and shoes. I do have my own panties and bras.

       

      Hugs, Liara

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Liara,

        Gosh that very handy, I sure hope she doesn’t find out Liara otherwise you could be in trouble, I sure hope it doesn’t come to that. Good luck with the rest start of dressing.

        Lol Amanda xx

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      Marti
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      Hi Amanda,

      When my wife died, I pinched all her sarongs, but otherwise we were the wrong size, so that wouldn’t have been an option. I used to add the odd knickers and tights and tops and then some plain tunic dresses, that sort of thing, to a big food shop at the local big store. Then to online for more choice and now I’m getting more confident at just shopping for what I want in stores and clothes shop.

      Marti xxx

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Marti,

        It’s a great relief to be able to break out of  that confinement of what I call stealth shopping ( internet, and catalogue shopping)  and have the enjoyment and confidence to shop in person in department stores and really feel that amazing buzz and pleasure.

        Lol Amanda xx

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    • #564067
      Wendy Swift
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      I used to wear my wife’s stuff (this was before I bought my own and before I came out), eventually I stopped as I noticed I was stretching out her clothes.

      My wife rarely casts off any clothes, and her taste in style is vastly different from mine so no, I would not take any of her cast offs.

      I buy my own and have been buying my own for a long time now.

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Wendy,

        It’s so much pleasure to have your own wardrobe.

        Lol Amanda xx

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      Jin Crocker
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      We shop together. for many years we were close enough to the same size that we could share most things. Now my breasts, shoulders, (alas, and tummy) are larger but we still share the same panty drawer.

      I started wearing my older sister’s clothes, then Mama bought me my own. During my teen years I was introduced to boy clothes and find them better for activities where I will get dirty.

       

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      Barb Wire
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      Hey, Amanda!

      My SO still has her nose to the grindstone for another year or two before retirement. So I buy clothes for HER! Of course I get a few accoutrements for myself while I’m at it. We get our credit card statements emailed to us both and nothing is ever said. Lucky me…

      She’s also half my size, so no we don’t share clothes.

      👗Barb :B

       

       

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        Amanda Burton
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        Hi Barb,

        I think that’s really romantic that you buy her clothes, good for you.

        Lol Amanda xx

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      Amanda Burton
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      Hi Caty,

      Gosh just looked at their site, they have some gorgeous clothes, especially tops and blouses. Definitely my kind of choice and style.

      Thank you for information Caty, mail order Australia here I come.

      Lol Amanda xx

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      Amanda Burton
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      Hi Lisa,

      It’s seems odd that some women don’t like actually shopping yet we accept that men often don’t. I suppose we just expect shopping   to be a woman’s thing, which is rather a sexist assumption. I wonder how many girls on here actually hate shopping, surly the law of averages there must be some.

      Lol Amanda xx

       

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