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Subject: Right? Itís not easy being a pageant fan. I donít think anyone I work with in the entirety of the UK (and Canada) would even know who Julia Morley is. I am surrounded by colossally judgmental academic snobs to the point that even one of the brightest in our team thinks Jane Austen is a joke. I loved Jane Austen when I was little and I canít even talk about her w/out entering into an hours long debate on why she supposedly sucks. And weíre not even in the literary field. Lol get my dilemma yet? I know I make my colleagues/friends sound like big jerks but they are good people nevertheless.


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Date Posted: 23:14:40 02/28/20 Fri
In reply to: HawtPlusSeksi (nsi) 's message, "I'm in the same situation. I have many hobbies, so pageantry rarely comes into conversation. But I do not especially try to hide it... it's more that people are noi interested to hear about it... even my mother. Imagine that she watches Universe/USA with me some years and she does not remember who won the next day! I am not kidding. In England, it may be Julia Morley's decades long presence that may give a more ridicule air of pageantry, though in recent years Julia seems to be more reserved/less controversial." on 20:11:57 02/28/20 Fri

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