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Thread: Dresses, freedom from the tyranny of bifurcation

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    Default Dresses, freedom from the tyranny of bifurcation

    So lets face it, dresses rock. Most of you girls know it, and a lot of you guys secretly admit it. There has been a lot of talk of onsies and footy PJ's but us slightly older kids are running around full bore, and some of us want a little flounce off our bottoms and the freedom of a full skirt. Of course dresses need my second favorite clothing item, bloomers!

    I have been doing a lot of online shopping today because I have found my closet to be painfully inadequate in the department of everyday adorable wear. Sure I have some petticoats, some ruffly skirts, and some frilly blouses, but I want more! Let us discuss our love of all things dress you princesses and confused princes.

    These are the two I have been debating getting. They are way more over the top than what I would normally wear, but that is part of the fun for me right now.
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    I am a BEAR, combining my love of all things fluffy. Net technically a dress, but an outfit that comes close enough for discussion!
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    These are all modest coming at or just above the knee. Yes I would wear them grocery shopping. I really am that crazy.
    Last edited by frillyfoxy; 10-Aug-2010 at 07:58.

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    Loopygone

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    NO! Dresses are for smelly girls only! Not boys!

    *holds on to his footed sleeper tightly*

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    I agree with loopy. Girls are smelly.

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    Smelly, smelly, smelly.

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    But also nice.

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    I just want some pink onesies with the frilly thing at the bottom. (And yes, I'm a guy. A Sissy guy)

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    This is not what I expected, a very disappointing turn of events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frillyfoxy View Post
    This is not what I expected, a very disappointing turn of events.
    My post? Sorry.

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    I'm a girl and I don't like dresses. :[
    I'd much rather wear boyish baby clothes. :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleMonster View Post
    I'm a girl and I don't like dresses. :[
    I'd much rather wear boyish baby clothes. :3
    No thank you! I'm a Sissy/LG and proud to be one!

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    Olivia

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    Quote Originally Posted by frillyfoxy View Post
    This is not what I expected, a very disappointing turn of events.
    You can't expect everybody to be interested in cross dressing, the truth is that a lot of the site likes it but still a lot don't, so you can't expect everyone to care.

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    frillyfoxy, you need to join the ' Sissy ' Group. If you posted this topic there, you would get many more favorable responses. Loopy and timmywimmy are ' boys ', of course they don't like, or care about, pretty dresses.

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