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Where can I buy cute fitted polo shirts in light/babyblue without any logos or anything on it?

Try a brand like Hanes, which sells lots of plain clothing without logos. 
Sarah G.

by purpletoenails on 8/17/2011 2:54:52 PM


omg, i love 'love me or let me go' by Avery, i heard that song about 2 months ago, its my absolute fav!

by beefalo on 8/17/2011 2:15:57 PM


I LOVE the song Pumped up Kicks! Whenever I hear it, it makes me just wanna go for a jog.

by ashambjor on 8/17/2011 2:05:22 PM


At the beginning of summer, I planned on doing cross country. I trained hard throughout the summer, and I still really want to join, but now I have so many other conflicts that I'm not sure I can. I'm doing drivers ed, dance, and marching band, and I'm also taking classes with a lot of hw. My parents said it would be best not to do xc, but I still REALLY want to. Should I go for it, or should I keep training and do track in the spring? Thanks!!

Hey Chica!

Remember, school comes first. If you can't finish your homework AND do all those activities, something has to go. If you can cut something else so you can work in XC, go ahead, but if you already have a lot on your plate, consider waiting til Spring. Talk to your parents, and even your guidance counselor. It all depends on what your priorities are, and what you think you can handle.

Sarah G.

by skichick95 on 8/17/2011 1:42:12 PM

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