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stuntcat Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Aug-31-11 05:30 PM
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163. in my neighborhood I'm used to it
I'm in South Arlington (I actually had an old white woman say to me "who lives in South Arlington?" not knowing that's where I live, the old pig) At first the scarf got my attention. And I saw a couple women with the covered face and that worried me, I mean why should women have to wear that? because they're women? I grew up down South so I had to get used to it, but here there are women with scarves everywhere, like my cool gardener neighbor 2 houses down, so I don't notice it anymore.

Except today I saw a woman crossing the street with a scarf on and a long shirt and tight skin-colored leggings! It looked like she didn't have pants on! For a second I thought, why wear the scarf when you're showing everything else? lol But then I saw it was leggings.. she was just wearing what she wanted to.
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