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Old 05-20-2013, 05:43 PM   #1
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I will be going to my 30 yer reunion in July. Anybody go to theirs and were all the hot chicks fat and all the fat chick hot?
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Old 05-20-2013, 05:46 PM   #2
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Let me rephrase that. We're all the girls that used to be homely better looking when you saw them years latter and were all the chicks that were hot in HS, fat stupid and lazy when you saw them years latter?

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my 30 year is comong up soon lol
i havent been to one yet sooo...
i have seen alot of the hot chicks and yeah most are fat now
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my 30 year is comong up soon lol
i havent been to one yet sooo...
i have seen alot of the hot chicks and yeah most are fat now
Class of 83.?
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This will be my first it ill be interesting
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Never had a desire to go to any of my HS reunions. 30th was a few years ago. I have kept in touch with a few classmates, and some of us still get together a couple of times a year for hunting or fishing trips, even though we are spread out hundreds of miles from each other.
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class of '79
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Class reunions are gay. If I wanted to see or talk to someone I went to HS with, I would have already. Going to hang around with a bunch of people I never cared for to begin with, would be torture.
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Class reunions are gay. If I wanted to see or talk to someone I went to HS with, I would have already. Going to hang around with a bunch of people I never cared for to begin with, would be torture.
Why be so negative?

You never know Darcy you might actually have a good time.
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Class reunions are gay. If I wanted to see or talk to someone I went to HS with, I would have already. Going to hang around with a bunch of people I never cared for to begin with, would be torture.
That pretty much sums up my feelings as well. But I just skipped my 10 year a few years ago. I think 30 years may be a little different. Probably have to go out of morbid curiosity.
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You never know Darcy you might actually have a good time.
Because HS was gay. There were 10 people I hung out with, still talk or hang out with 5 of them. The rest were rich stuck up pricks. They didn't like us farm kids. I have way better things to do.
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My twenty-one year is this summer.

Somebody fouled up the 20 year, not sure I would have gone to it if it was on schedule.

This one is supposed to be a "shared" re-union with the class of '93.

I had a girlfriend that threw a birthday party for me on the back of "some one's" picnic.

I'm still pissed at her, as well.

If the reunion happens to be at the bar I stop in, at the end of the day Friday, or Saturday;

...then I guess I will have gone.

I just won't stay for a second beer.
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My 30th is in July as well.

I've never been to one, nor am I sure if there were any. Our class president was a long haired dude who wore Levi jeans, a concert T-shirt and a pair of hippie moccasin boots to the student government assembly. I think he ran on the platform of legalizing weed and getting an authorized Senior cut day approved.

I moved out of town and dropped off the map 5 years after graduation.

Just recently started getting back into old circles of friends and running into old girlfriends here and there.

I've come to a couple realizations...I'm one of few men in our class that collectively still have hair, teeth, a job and am under 300 pounds.

The ex-ladies tell me I've aged like fine wine

Very few of them have done the same, although there are a few....

Still undecided about attending, but if I do, I'm taking the little black book.
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Yes sir

Have fun
Hey maybe like the most stuck up hot chick in h/s will be there, And now she'll be like "hi mike you look great!!! can you roll me over to the refreshment table "
OR not just sounded funny in my head

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Because HS was gay. There were 10 people I hung out with, still talk or hang out with 5 of them. The rest were rich stuck up pricks. They didn't like us farm kids. I have way better things to do.
Youngsters your age started the gay movement don't understand what your biff is about. Being gay was not cool in my era.
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All the women will want a hug. You can practice on your refrigerator before you leave the house. There might be a few who graduated weighing about 70 pounds who can still move around a bit.
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Class of '71 here....

One of two guys that I still talk to from HS said 40 year was just like the 30 year....too many guys having a big Richard contest....

Some of the women aged well, some not so well....

I was on vacation at the time of the 40 year....

My buddy convinced everyone I was unemployed and spent my days drinking on a beach....

Oh the comments that flowed....
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My wife wants to go to see what my high school girl friend looks like, hell, I don't even know what she looks like.
Women, they always have ulterior motives.
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Class of '70. We had our 40th a couple of years ago. Pretty much like the OP surmised. The hot girls all looked like they'd been rode hard and put up wet many, many times. Some of the ones no one noticed looked really good. My wife was more the "sleeper" type but I had been noticing her since I was four years old. I was surprised at how many were no longer with us.

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