Discussion in 'Waffle' started by the_voice, Apr 24, 2009.
do u were all the lastest stuff
i am i am so 80s atm
are u a slave to fashion
just me then great !!
unsure i like clothes but i wouldnt say im a slave to it ... i like nice things and dressin well,im not a hoodrat nor emo and cant stand bimberling around in casual scruffy shit , but hay thats me .....
i do like these though
dappa for the summer me thinks
i was a fashion student and fashion is bad, mkay. fashion comes and goes... style is ever lasting*
i thought it was just me
Badgers are closely related to otters, stoats, weasels, polecats and pine martens.
Badgers are omnivorous and will eat a wide variety of foods, although their main diet consists of earthworms, up to 200 per day.
The sense of smell is the most important of the badgers senses. Badgers forage for food with their snouts constantly sniffing the ground ahead of them.
The mating process involves "delayed implantation". Although females are able to mate any time after the cubs are born the fertilised egg does not implant in the uterus until December.
i quite like badgers.
im impressed with this, 200 a day.
i work in new look, so i have to be for work. and that spreads thru to my daily life
Badgers are less active during winter months but they do not hibernate.
Badger prints are broader than they are long with five toes and five long, non-retractable powerful claws that they use for digging.
An adult can grow up to 36" long and usually weighs from 22 to 27 lbs.
I'm a BIG slave to fashion, currently wearing a Lyle & Scott polo shirt and G star jeans and Air Force Ones.
Wardrobe is full of.....
Abercrombie & Fitch
Lyle & Scott
Got a £300 tax rebate the other day and that got spunked on clobber.
i know u are a fashion freak i have seen your pic
i met a MINI cab driver today.
he was 4ft 1.
where do you live i wanna see one.
in the pic topic
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