Anyone ever had love at first sifht.Orfelt electricity from a touch or kiss??
Just a note - I've flagged your first hub as purely personal. Hubpages is not a blogging site. It's for writing quality, grammatically correct, neat and interesting stand alone articles.
I had it.wanted to kno if anyone had it on da same level I did.
if you have electricity in your veins, you better make sure you are grounded
Now Hollie, that's a piece of advice that would work in ANY Situation...
Going to jail? Avoid wearing nylon tights.
Going shopping? Avoid wearing nylon tights.
Have embarrassing personal odor? Avoid wearing nylon tights.
Husband Cheating on You? Avoid wearing nylon tights.
Are you a Republican? Avoid wearing nylon tights.
Occupying Wall Street? Avoid wearing nylon tights.
Have electric in your veins because you are being sifhted? Avoid nylon tights.
As a matter of fact, I can only think of one good use for nylon tights... and it isn't wearing them.
Uses For Nylon Tights
Robbing a bank
Staking your tomato plants
As an emergency fan belt
Straining lumpy custard/gravy
Melissa, I've just pictured you burning them, or...putting them over your head. This is not a cool look. Avoid wearing nylon tights...on any part of your body.
Over the head would be a bad idea, and burning them would be ridiculously stinky.
They are horrible things and I can't think of any reason for their invention.
by Neil Coulson 3 years ago
Skirts and pantyhoseGents: If skirts and pantyhose (tights) were a man’s fashion, would you wear them?Ladies: If skirts and pantyhose (tights) were a man’s fashion, what would you think of men wearing them?Gents: Have you ever worn a kilt?
by LuvToWear 10 years ago
Do men look better wearing seamed, full-fashioned nylon stockings or in seamless?
by Michelle Liew 7 years ago
What things should you avoid saying when you break up with someone?All of us would have had our share of relationships and their problems. What are the things you would avoid saying when you have no choice but to break up with someone and why?
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