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High School Fashions in 1969 -- Nobody was fat
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RE: High School Fashions in 1969 -- Nobody was fat
I'm with Stalin, but I understand not all boomers are to blame for the state of society now, because I'm a millennial who appreciates not being lumped in with my peers.

“Do not remember the former things,
Nor consider the things of old.
Behold, I will do a new thing,
Now it shall spring forth;
Shall you not know it?
I will even make a wall in the wilderness
And rivers in the desert.
The beast of Mexico will honor Me,
The jackals and the oligarchs,
Because I give walls in the wilderness
And rivers in the desert,
To give drink to My people, My chosen."

-Donald Trump
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RE: High School Fashions in 1969 -- Nobody was fat
To be fair, I was moreso talking about the "liberated woman" of the 60's/70's. Nothing really changed in the world of men in that era except for the withdrawal of the military draft in 1973. Baby boomer men got fucked just like the young men of today get fucked - you were just the first ones to have to deal with it. Safe to say baby boomer men likely make up the majority of men who have been divorce raped.
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RE: High School Fashions in 1969 -- Nobody was fat
(05-25-2016 02:16 PM)Mercenary Wrote:  [Image: 9bec50d880b8a1ef90c683b7d421d253.jpg]

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05-27-2016 02:17 AM
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RE: High School Fashions in 1969 -- Nobody was fat
What happened was the economic embargo of Cuba which resulted in the now ubiquitous corn syrup replacing Cuban sugar in the American diet. 90 year old Fidel is probably laughing at us "chubby chasers" while he bangs a nice, young, thin Cubana.
05-27-2016 02:19 AM
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(05-27-2016 01:53 AM)General Stalin Wrote:  To be fair, I was moreso talking about the "liberated woman" of the 60's/70's. Nothing really changed in the world of men in that era except for the withdrawal of the military draft in 1973. Baby boomer men got fucked just like the young men of today get fucked - you were just the first ones to have to deal with it. Safe to say baby boomer men likely make up the majority of men who have been divorce raped.

The baby boomer guys who were white-knighting for feminism in their younger days - free love maaaaaaaaaaaaaan - were most likely the guys who got divorce-raped when they were older. They got what they deserved.

But yes, they did take down almost everyone else around them, never mind their descendants.
05-27-2016 03:33 AM
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(05-26-2016 11:35 PM)puckerman Wrote:  If you want a picture of high school from 1969 to 1974, watch reruns of this outstanding program from that era. It's definitely one of the best high school shows ever:





There were 122 episodes of Room 222. Today it is almost forgotten.

Hell yes, Denise Nicholas. First crush for a lot of guys back in the day.

Looking Skeptical:

[Image: dreams-are-what-le-cinema-is-for-october-2013.jpg]

Making Crochet Work:

[Image: Five+Desperate+Women_Denise+Nicholas_1971.JPG]

Being Raped:

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“That sig BTW is a very asinine anti-family anti-parent quote. You live in a country where 40% of children grow up without a biological father, yet somehow “the greatest burden a child must bear is the unlived life of its parents”? Sorry but this is fruity Boomer nonsense.”

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05-27-2016 01:10 PM
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(05-26-2016 04:43 AM)Dalaran1991 Wrote:  
(05-25-2016 02:16 PM)Mercenary Wrote:  I have some photos of my father from the 1970s where he went to the beach with his buddies.
In various photos him and his are friends lined up with all of them carrying their girlfriends on top of their shoulders just like in this photo here:

[Image: 9bec50d880b8a1ef90c683b7d421d253.jpg]

Can you imagine this today ?
Most girls are too fat to be lifted by a man and most dudes are too weak to carry a girl piggyback style.

All those girls are huge WB. From hairstyle, to feminine face, adorable smile, and hot bod.

If your father and his friends were the "average guys" back at the time, holy shit what a wonderful time that was!!!! Its not even comparable to the average guy now.

Most definitely WB the blonde girl in the red swimsuit!
05-27-2016 05:55 PM
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RE: High School Fashions in 1969 -- Nobody was fat
I bet girls were so much easier to approach and day game than today. I mean even if a girl wasn't interested in you, she would still have a friendly chat and maybe clue you in to parties and social events, boosting your confidence and chattiness for the next girl.

I've passed on approaching several girls because I was turned off by their resting bitch face or their air of confidence, which is manufactured by feminist culture, and therefore, fake. And because it's fake, they have to double down on their attitude to compensate for their lack of a natural feminine confidence.

I doubt any of this existed back then outside of a minority of fringe loonies.
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RE: High School Fashions in 1969 -- Nobody was fat
Girls were still mostly skinny in the 90s and pop culture reflected it:
[Image: clueless.jpg]

I remember seeing a girl that was a sharp 7 with interesting eyes that I knew had a crush on me, even through my young, scared, self-limiting worldview. Every now and then, I would joke around and tell her (when the calculus teacher had stepped out) that she was secretly my sex kitten. Loudly, enough for the whole class to hear, but I didn't care. I was of course, a virgin and doing a good job having a moment of confidence that I knew what I was talking about. She had curly, auburn hair, thin waist, and what looked like C-cups. Joyful, unforced smile.

I was slowly gaining real confidence, after hitting the weights for the first time in my life. I was in a world without cellphones, but landlines, and much less social retardation. One day, after class, I took my time leaving my desk after teasing her a bit, and walked down the hall to my next class with her. Just teasing her, I naturally felt the urge to put my arm around her. I remember her thin waist, curls on my arm, and her blushing enjoyment as she leaned into me.

I never pushed it further. If only I had access to RVF so I could post in the newbie thread.

Over a decade later, she's still smart, has a couple of kids, and looks better than 90% of the girls I grew up with that are my age.

I had an eye for everlasting beauty, then.

There are small pockets of innocence like that, still, but I'm in my 30s and they don't have the same tingling, nervous affects on my life like they did. But, I love to remember those moments.

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