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Hi guys happy Sunday Social day!

This Weeks Questions:

1. What were you like in middle school and high school? semi popular, a cheerleader, involved in tons of activities, always with friends, pretty good student, had boyfriends…typical teenager.

2. What were your favorite pastimes? Driving around “the square” with my friends drinking Starbucks of course.

3. What songs were you obsessed with? Backstreet Boys, Britney, Dixie Chicks, Anything popular on the radio or anything heard on Dawsons Creek

4. What fashion statement do you look backing and cringe? tiny shirts with big jeans and bell bottoms oh god …and doc martins ….butterfly hair clips or anything in a Delias or Alloy catalog…yikes
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5. Who was your celeb crush? Nick Carter and Joshua Jackson(joey didnt deserve Pacey!)
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6. What was your favorite movie? Never Been Kissed, Wedding Singer, Save the Last Dance, the Scream Movies


Next Weeks Questions:

1. What is the first blog you ever followed?

2. What was your first blog post about?

3. Who left you your first blog comment?

4. Who was the first blogger you ever met in person?

5. what was your first “blogging milestone?”

Come link up with us and make new friends! We love seeing the connections formed through Sunday Social!

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  1. Louise wrote:

    Ah – love all your movie pics! It’s funny – I was just thinking recently of using the intro clip from the Wedding Singer for a post (when he’s singing “Round and Round” at the wedding) but it didn’t really fit – which still didn’t stop me bookmarking it for future blog reference….

    I was always a bit meh! about the dancing in Save the Last Dance. More of a Centre Stage fan myself – now that was some fabulous dancing! Best – Louise

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  2. Ivy @ LWLH wrote:

    I remember I used to sweat the Delia’s catalog but my mom would never order me anything. I always got the knock offs from the mall.

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  3. Lauren wrote:

    Oh gosh I remember the bell bottoms phase! I had some huuuge ones, haha! Skinny jeans just started making an appearance when I graduated high school (lord how I loved boys in “girl jeans”- and back then they literally had to wear girls jeans for a tight fit.)

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