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  • October 27, 2005

    Yo, Bitch… from you, it’s ok….  wink

  • October 27, 2005

    It all depends on who it is calling me her bitch. My BBIRL, no problem. Other people…hmm, don’t think so. Now, bee-atch is a whole ‘nother ball game…......

  • October 27, 2005

    I call Erika my bitch all the time.  (http://www.barefootbell.blogspot.com

    ; )

    I like the term “girlfriends” (but these days, one can’t be so sure, esp. on the web)...so I’ll be your bitch any time!

  • October 27, 2005

    http://barefootmusings.blogspot.com//

    sorry, my bad!  i just have her linked (she’s one of my closest friends), just don’t tell her i forgot her address, mkay??

  • texasbelle
    October 27, 2005

    you are the only person on the planet that can call me beeotz without pizzing me off. ho-bag.

  • October 27, 2005

    I answer to anything. From Anyone.

    Yep, pretty much. Bitch.  cheese

  • October 27, 2005

    Usually only use it when I’m being silly or snarky with friends. I’m still hopelessly a SoCal girl, calling everyone and their mother “dude” smile

  • Holly
    October 27, 2005

    I don’t like that term, but I know you mean it in a nice, endearing way, so I am not offended.  smirk

  • October 27, 2005

    Bitch, you are thinking way too much.  Also, I thought WE had this conversation.

  • Amy_M
    October 27, 2005

    It’s a little weird, but I’m getting used to it here.  Expanding my horizons…..!

  • kelli
    October 27, 2005

    I’m not offended :0) I don’t mind when Anne calls me a Ho- Bag either. One time she called me ’ Skanky ass ” too, but I know she meant it with the utmost respect wink

  • October 27, 2005

    Yeah…I’m still getting used to hearing the word bitch as a term of endearment.  I’m not offended, but for some reason, I get the image of prison sex in my head…and that’s just not pretty.  LOL 

    Of course I know that’s not the image or meaning that you’re going for, so it’s all good.  I’ll be your bitch…just in a purely non-sexual friendship sort of way. 

    And I’m finally learning to say flip-flops instead of thongs too.

  • Mygirlsma
    October 28, 2005

    Never called flip flops thongs. Must be a Canadian thang. As for the B word no thanks. I am ridden the bus for too long. It’s never been a nice name in my book!
    Yet again I am the Charlotte of the bunch.(SATC)

  • October 28, 2005

    I’ve never been called a bitch unless it was in a bad way… so I don’t know how I would feel about it.  LOL!  Probably depends on who its coming from and which meaning they are putting behind it.

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