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She is a very pleasant girl and seldom gets annoyed or moody. She is very understanding and I can always rely on her for good advice, if I need it. Like me she is a shorthand-typistâ ¦. We have been good friends now for about 9 yearsâ ¦. Her parents are not rich, but decent working-class people. ) â She is very attractive and full of personality. She is not particularly brainy, but has a very good receptionistâ s job. She has the type of personality which instantly brings her friends and makes her the centre of attraction, of both men and girls.

My customers would all be famous peopleâ ¦. My designs are exclusive. No copy of an article could be made. This may seem like hard 5 Glamorous Occupations (Girls) No. Film stars, Singers, etc. 13 Fashion Designers, Models, Artist 9 Adventurers (Purser on liner, seal-catcher) 2 Air Hostess 1 Public Figure (first woman judge) 1  < previous page  < previous page Page 145 26 page_144 next page > page_145 next page > work, but I would love every minute of itâ ¦. â 42 43 â I think I would like to be a great hair stylist, about 22 years of age, with long black hair in a French styleâ ¦.

She has a gorgeous figure and beautiful face plus unusual colour eyesâ ¦. ) â She has soft brown hair with lovely brown eyes which express many things. Her voice is like a nightingaleâ ¦. ) < previous page page_149 next page >  < previous page page_15 next page > Page 15 of the behaviour may be. They see the developments as comprising a great increase in adolescent sexual intimacy; an increase in transient pre-marital sexual intimacies generally; a common pattern of sexual intercourse among those who intend to marry; and a high incidence of extra-marital intercourse.

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