KitKatKitty

  • You’re a stylish woman, Rhonda333.

  • KitKatKitty replied to the topic Women's Voices in the forum General Chat 2 days, 9 hours ago

    You’re right: everyone needs to stand up for what is right and fair. There are many women too afraid to use their voice: but with a little courage and support, they could stand up for themselves. And if they are called a b*tch they’ll be able to say they are not so, but are people with a voice.

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  • KitKatKitty replied to the topic Morning ladies in the forum General Chat 2 days, 9 hours ago

    It’s Monday morning. I have been drinking a cup of coffee and working on the computer. It is a grey day, but will be a busy day. I have my shift this afternoon and some cleaning to do. I am listening to Madonna’s album “Hard Candy” at the moment. It’s a great album! I am a huge Madonna fan. Anyhow, have a nice Monday!

  • I can understand your boyfriend’s reaction: I’d be embarrassed myself. Having someone younger do that is deeply humiliating. Obviously, you already realize this. I wouldn’t bring it up with your boyfriend, though: he is embarrassed enough. Just let sleeping dogs lie. I don’t really have much advice, but all you can really do is quietly support…[Read more]

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  • KitKatKitty replied to the topic Equal pay in the forum In the News 5 days, 9 hours ago

    I suppose it didn’t do much good if she quit her job just to return to the same newsroom. But I do see your point. I do think it is unfair that women are paid less in the workplace: men do seem to rake it in. But women have always been seen in a different light to men. It isn’t fair and it isn’t right, but it is true. However, working women are…[Read more]

  • I agree with SpinningJen: I am glad you caught him and taught him a lesson. He, obviously, had no right to rob your dance group. You are definitely NOT an easy target and now people will know so. Anyhow, I am sorry he punched you in the face: I hope you’re not in too much pain now. But good on you and your fellow dancers!

  • If it works, why not use your flirty move again!

  • Why not love being sexy? You have nothing to apologize for! It isn’t being shameless – and even if it was – who cares when you look so fabulous?

  • I think you’re right: it is a flirty move, make no mistake. Is there any chance of bumping into him again? I’m not suggesting you should be a stalker, but maybe you could find out who he is. I don’t know how you’d do that, though! Maybe Facebook?

  • It is a shame about the end of your date with Mr Perfect. I think he is probably right about you both getting to know each other better. Once you’re more comfortable in each other’s company, things will run smoothly. Many relationships have started on an awkward moment. It’s not the end of the world: and certainly there is potential in this date.…[Read more]

  • KitKatKitty replied to the topic Greetings! in the forum Introductions 1 week, 5 days ago

    Hello Tanya613 and welcome. I have a close male friend who is 68 years of age and he also paints. He doesn’t paint watercolours, but he does paint arcyllics: his work is awesome. Anyhow, I am also an avid reader, although I stick to novels. I do have a weakness for women’s magazines, too. Rhona: I love boots. I bought two pairs the other week.…[Read more]

  • KitKatKitty replied to the topic Hey ladies in the forum Introductions 1 week, 5 days ago

    Welcome magnolia! I look forward to reading your posts. Which part of the globe do you reside? I live in Britain, in the Midlands. I am 37 years old, which means I’ll be 40 years old all too soon! LOL. Anyhow, welcome!

  • KitKatKitty replied to the topic Women's Voices in the forum General Chat 1 week, 5 days ago

    I do think every woman has the right to be heard and to have a voice. If you look at women like Hilary Clinton and Theresa May, they are women with a voice: and have been labelled a b*tch by some. If a man stands up and vocalizes his opinion, he is seen as a strong, powerful and important man. If a woman does so, she is seen as big headed, above…[Read more]

  • I agree Tanya613. It isn’t right to put someone in a neat little box. Women are diverse throughout their lifetime and can wear anything that pleases them. Being 50 years old doesn’t make someone “past it” or “ancient”. If a 50 year old woman wants to wear a short skirt, go ahead! It’s a free world.

  • KitKatKitty replied to the topic Morning ladies in the forum General Chat 1 week, 5 days ago

    I have had a busy morning: I went food shopping and ate lunch. I had sausages & hoops. I popped into the library: my regular haunt. I borrowed four books, which I am looking forward to reading. I am always reading: and not just books. I do have a weakness for women’s magazines! Anyhow, it is cold but pleasant and I am just working on the…[Read more]

  • Hi, Angelina. I am sorry to hear of this. But you’re not to blame: if a bloke doesn’t find you sexy, that is not blame you should lay at your feet. I am sure you’re a very attractive woman, and are definitely not Medusa. You just can’t please every man in the world. Yes, he’s attractive but he may just have different likes to you. It did seem you…[Read more]

  • I can understand that, Rhonda333. I am also sensible with my clothing. I wouldn’t wear very short skirts or revealing tops. Heels are only worn on special occasions. As a woman gets older, fashion becomes less important and personal style becomes the priority. I love fitted tops and tailored trousers. I bought a pair of beautiful boots on Friday.…[Read more]

  • I can understand that, Rhona333. I am also sensible with my clothing. I wouldn’t wear very short skirts or revealing tops. Heels are only worn on special occasions. As a woman gets older, fashion becomes less important and personal style becomes the priority. I love fitted tops and tailored trousers. I bought a pair of beautiful boots on Friday.…[Read more]

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