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    "The pajama craze"
    An_254668 posted:
    It seems some have taken to the Pajama Boy and wear night clothes in public (see The essay posted this week makes good points on people wearing proper attire in public. I wrote in the blog that I still enjoyed seeing girls/women showing their "cheeks to the breeze" (a phrase in a recent entry in relating to girls with micro skirts which reveal their derrière or buns). They didn't post my comment so I rewrote it that I liked seeing girls, beautifully attired, but with micro skirts. This was posted. I admire girls and how men and women can enjoy each other to optimum degree. It is how God made us and I do believe in the adage "Use It or Lose It." I recommend those who seek good tutorials to see Klixen's works at Really properly attired, pleasant and beautiful. She's produced such an vast library, there's always something exciting and fulfilling. With her tenacity and skill, she always reaches her goals.

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