Married, In California

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A few of my co-worker's just walked into my office and gravely informed me they had reached a concensus.

On what, you may ask, just as I did.

"In the unlikely event you get married, you will marry someone from California because your personality would suit the enviroment, as would your style."

Please note: My style is a bit overwhelming for them, the simple fact that I HAVE style. And, they are quite sure, that IF I do get married, I would put him in a manilla folder and file him away.

Coming from them, I think I will consider that a compliment.

2 Responses to “Married, In California”

  1. Blogger VDOprincess 

    Actually, your style isn't California at. At least not LA. You're way more...maybe Chicago? Because you're more random (and cool!) than NY, but not big-haired like San Antonio and not as conservative as Atlanta. So you've gotta be Chicago-chic!

  2. Blogger QOS 

    San Francisco. The most random cool city on earth. Definitely San Francisco.

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