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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Pantie pockets for Girls

Underwear Pockets for Girls



Now that is such a good idea, Guys have no idea the problem a girl has in trying to carry things when female fashion says you don't 

Half the time the only reason a girl has a boyfriend is that it is too expensive to hire someone to act as a porter.

You did not really think sex was free did you? 

There is only so much you can stick up your sleave or down your bra before people think you are deformed

And from Anime and Manga we all believe that Japanese girls show their undies so much that they could make money by letting out advertising space on them !!!!!




Najica Blitz Tactics is a cute story with lots of action mild violence so it is rated a children's Anime.
But it must be the only film that is supported and funded by the underwear industry take a look at the youtube links and then tell me that Japanese Guys do not have a thing for looking up girls skirts !
You don't believe me? well take a look









Now perhaps this is why everyone thinks my books are Young Adult.

  I now know no matter how much I go on about panties and the everyday problems about living life as a girl ............. What I say is very mild .....look i even explain why it is so Yucky to want to have sex with items of food! ick !!!! 


I did say vampire girls did I not? sex with humans is like so pervy ........... look let the Guys do the sex perversions (staring at the food while it sleeps....Twilight )



No as a nice girl you should always clear the dead human bodies away after you have ripped the heads off ....look your Mom should not have to clean up after you..... no that is what the undead Maids are for .......that and sleeping with .....

Well it saves getting up during the night for a drink





 








This is just one review read for yourself what people think.........ho yes I even leave the criticisms in ...........:
This A-to-Z guide is an innovative approach to the paranormal Young Adult genre. Rather than hopping on the bandwagon of sparkly sexy vampires (Amy Mah actually dispels these clichés... gotta love her for that, if anything!), a little bit of classical gothic vampirism is shown within the pages of this book, as well as a lot of gore. And of course the sex. But not the explicit adult kind. As a book for teenage girls, all exhaustive information that has to do with sex is more oriented toward how it should be dealt with in the pubescent years, and for the most part, humorously. So I wouldn't call this inappropriate, by any means.

Mah is a real hoot. Her style of writing is rather childish, but it definitely captures a teenage girl's essence -- it's so flustered, that I can't help but think it cute. Her liveliness and enthusiasm make for real knee-slappers; I found myself chuckling more than a few times throughout this book. The advice given not only is helpful (for those teen girl vampires out there), but it also all ties together to bring the reader into understanding Mah's world of the paranormal. I appreciate how she is able to do this without writing an actual novel, just with a simple list!

The book has its flaws too, however. The grammar and conventions are poor -- as an independently-published book, that much isn't a surprise. There are a lot of "errrr"s" and "ummmms" and ".................."s that aren't fit for a book. It just is incredibly unprofessional, not to mention, annoying. Some topics are also really uncomfortable in a painfully awkward "why on earth would you bring something like that up?" way. For example, there's a whole section about why a certain species of vampire (the undead housemaids) don't wear underwear. Use your imagination to figure out what this reason is (hint: they're basically sex slaves....). Yeah, she went there. It's not that things like that are particularly improper, it's just that they're really, really weird.

The illustrations are well-drawn, Vampire powers will be discussed, and out of the blue, on the next page, will be a picture of an old man with a caption that says "This is my uncle in his nice suit" or something. Gave me lots of "lolwut" moments.

Looking past the editing mistakes (did Mah even have an editor?), and inopportune subject matters, I liked this one a lot. The manic tone is quite amusing, and the teenage experience (that she describes skillfully) relatable. Kudos to Mah for telling a vampire story without actually writing a story... even without a definite plot, this book, with a cast of characters and a detailed exposition, could be considered a great Young Adult novel thanks to the dazzling vampire realm it creates.

Stephanie Loves: Amy Mah brilliantly sums up a teenager's unfair, unlucky, and incredibly awkward life: "For some reason boys are fascinated with boobs, and with plastic surgery so easily available nowadays I don't see why they don't get their own..." -- so why is it that they like ours so much -___- Us girls don't obsess over their weenies like that.

"[Blooding] is the when quality time is spent with your dad, no longer, in which he no longer is the old-fashioned monster of a male that storms into your bedroom without knocking while you're changing and demanding that you apologize to your mother for something that she is shouting at him about." -- the story of my family in one sentence.

"If your boyfriend suddenly decides to go commando, just tell him he looks untidy. A boy standing still naked is okay, but as soon as he walks about, not all his bits move at the same pace, and it is more amusing-looking than sexy. You may have heard of girls swooning (fainting) when seeing a boy naked, but I expect this was just an excuse to stop from pointing at them and getting into a fit of giggles over what they see." -- I reckon so too! LOL

"Remember that it is normal to turn the head slightly when you kiss. Nine times out of ten it will be to the right, which of course means that the first time you kiss a boy, he'll be the one out of ten sort, and you'll knock noses." -- in every kiss you have as a teenager, he will be the one out of ten sort. It soon shall pass.

"There's a truth in the old saying: 'Go to bed with a stranger and wake up with a friend.'" -- well I never! This puts a whole new perspective on the concept of sleeping with the enemy. So forbidden (hot).












6 comments:

  1. Too bad I couldn't understand what they were saying.

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    1. the words on the 3rd clip mostly just repeats the words Pantie shot

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    2. the second heheheheheh is just small talk er things like you look cute in those panties and the colour suits you etc

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    3. the first ? well mostly the words: I miss you I need you sexy sexy ....baby baby

      See you have not missed much heheheheheheh

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    4. Ameliah you are such an awesome weirdo. Lol. o.o (Joshua Hernandez from facebook)

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    5. LOL @ the labels for this. Man lol.

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