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Most definitely... I was a smart, level headed 17yr old on her way to college. I was focused, goal oriented, and although I would stray away a bit in my college years... I professed Christ as my Lord and Savior, and tried my best to walk as a child of God. I then knew my worth, and wasn't going to let some big headed 17yr old boy make me feel otherwise.
absolutely.. When I was 17, I was level headed, had two jobs and was getting ready to graduate high school. I had dont all my stupid stuff when I was 15 and 16, but the time I turned 17, I was calm and just ready to get my life started.. I don't mind the person I was at 17.. I'm DOPE as all hell at 33 tho!!!
of course! i was a good girl! (LOL) i don't feel like saying why!
Oh if he could only be so lucky as to find someone like his ma-ma.
@ KeliGreat points! Knowing your self worth is important@ Nick @ niteTwo jobs? Impressive! LoL @ dope at 33@ CoakoSurrrrrre you were...hahahahah@ K RockLMAO! Now THAT'S funny!
Absolutely yes! I am awesome at 17. I was involved in everything at school, had a job, had awesome friends, was extremely popular and loved by many. I totally would want my son to date someone like me. *sigh* I sure hope he does. LOL
Being a guy who carry a lot of Gentle'manly values from early age to present.. I'd say Absolutely! And with a son who get to see his dad treat women in a respectful way.. even the boy types still get a woman'ly treatment whether they care to get it or not! LOL, but dead serious about treating a woman like a Lady!He'll be worth dating when 17 roll around for him.Yep, there's still a few of us who enjoy being a gentleman to a lady and I'm doing my darn'est to see that my son will be one of them.
I KNEW Mo was one of those over-achievers!!! I just knowed it! LOLI would absolutely want my sons to date someone like their mom; I just wouldn't want them to corrupt like their dad. I had a job, my own car, paid my own car note, no boy drama, honor roll, top quarter of my graduating class, and I cried because I was somewhere around number 67 out of about 450 students in terms of GPA.
@ MoniquePopular and loved by many...that's you! LoL@ TeeBruuhhhh! You hit the nail on the head! Excellent point!@ ChantayLmao @ their corrupt father. Why you gotta go in on that brutha?You paid your own car note? Impressive!
Hell no!!!I was a hormones fueled pig. When I was 17 girls were basically breasts and asses that could talk. I've matured in the last 30 years, fortunately.
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