Hi, I'm Milly.I can be sweet, funny and flirty. I can also be sarcastic, drunk and a bitch.Some days it's just luck of the draw.
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I don't understand hard alcohol quite honestly. It costs a pretty penny, and you seriously have that big acquired taste. The price can really start to get up there, and people keep buying the stuff, I don't get it. Yay. If I'm spending good money on a nice whiskey, I'm not drinking it to get bladdered, I maybe have one or two measures (okay, so they may be pretty large) over ice in an evening. It's pure pleasure and I just love the taste.I look at it in a similar way to buying perhaps a really expensive food item like a good quality caviar. Now, some people spend far more than a pretty penny on this kind of stuff but it's for personal enjoyment and a nice way to treat yourself.
I believe in romance but isn't it a little bit too gushing? If it's natural and sincere, they can be some of the loveliest things to hear for both men and women.I don't think it's just men who struggle to voice their feelings, I think women do just as much sometimes. At least I do - I've always struggled hearing comments like that. I'm very quick to mock a guy who gets all "mushy" as I so lovingly put it and would usually respond with some sarcastic comment or pretend to throw up. Maybe that's something I need to work on?
I'm not overly fussed either way - but then I'm British.As an outsider I see the pledge as one of those traditions that it's always good to have. It's indicative of the ideals the country was built on and it is a way to unite everyone even in a place a small as a classroom.I really hope this doesn't come across as belittling the pledge because that isn't my intention!
Most people think it's disgusting but I still love microwaved buttery bread. It goes really soft and mushy and soggy...yeah, I'm not surprised people think it's gross.
Quite simply, no. I put the decorations and tree up today to a mix of rock albums and thoroughly enjoyed myself.
Can't say I'm a fan - more of a jeans person - but some people can wear them and wear them well.
I couldn't recommend just one...so here's a few. Even though I've got loads running through my brain!The GodfatherBreakfast at Tiffany's (I'm a little biased - I do love Audrey Hepburn)Shawshank RedemptionOne Flew Over the Cuckoo's NestPulp Fiction
Huge Python fan - I'm always in stitches. They're such a talented bunch!
Well, I hadn't really given too much though to how I hug until now.Personally, I nearly always hug people by reaching round their waist/mid-section but then, I'm pretty short and it's sometimes a real stretch to reach round the neck. For people I know intimately, I'll hug them round their neck, but, in those cases I know I'm going to be picked up and hugged hard. Hugging, for me, is a platonic gesture. I'd agree with John C by saying it's the extra little things that can say a lot more - like giving someone's hip a squeeze/stroking their back/nuzzling into their chest etc.
Seems I'm the total opposite thus far. I love long hair, dreads, curly hair, afros, ponytails...the list goes on. It does take the right kind of guy to pull it off though. http://upload.lushstories.com/901206327-Long-curly-hairstyles-for-men.jpg http://upload.lushstories.com/774698959-DL.jpg http://upload.lushstories.com/905439339-ponytail.jpg http://upload.lushstories.com/1537066902-foo-fighters-dave-grohl.jpg http://upload.lushstories.com/2069945130-Afro Hairstyles Men.jpg http://upload.lushstories.com/951705021-BM.jpg
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