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Unread 07-10-2013, 12:25 AM   #16
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Mainly from men mistaking me for a girl and asking to take my pic, then they realize I'm a guy and they're like.. nah nevermind haha or one guy asked me who I was and I was like Bridget from Guilty Gear X2 in my male voice and he's like Woah! uh.. that's cool then he leaves lol which is fine.
Lol hey that means you did an awesome job of passing, you should be proud to get reactions like that, I would be
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Lol hey that means you did an awesome job of passing, you should be proud to get reactions like that, I would be
hehe yeah I kinda look at it like that. my ultimate goal is to be completely passable where no one can detect. it's difficult but I'm up to the challenge ^^

I probably should have done a better job at preparing, but I like going into things with very minimal planning and gain experience on the fly. I like the element of surprise too. The first day was the worst, walking around in 5" heels not knowing where to go just walking aimlessly for hours. But I'm proud of myself! I didn't fall once haha and it was my first time walking in heels in public.
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