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My mom says I'm not a tomboy but I think it's cause she doesn't want me to be. There is no shame in it! Just be who you are. I like to wear t-shirts too and I HATE getting dressed up! So going to a private school with a dress-code (no T-shirts and stuff) is hard for me. I'm proud that I can get down in the dirt and kill spiders and stuff while the preppy girly-girls look at me like Ewwww! It's funny actually. Like when I kissed a horse once and their like "Ewww she just kissed a horse!" I'm like "So"? They think things like that are nasty but they're dying to kiss a certain boy??? Also you probably get to hang out with boys cause they accept you better. Recently I hung out with some boys and they like totally accepted me because I would put up with their boyish antics like randomly swinging their fist half an inch from my face (my cousin LOL)and I'm not afraid of what nost girls are afraid of. I was like wow hanging out with boys is AWESOME! So girly just be who you are!!
by dixiecowgirl on 2/26/2011 8:22:18 AM
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