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but "some girl" really spoils it for me.

Wow, I'm sorry some people are so sensitized to the phrase "some girl". I am 60 years old, and was raised in an age where they distinquished between boys and girls. We were even sent to separate schools. So yes, I see a big difference between man and woman, they still legally are using separate bathrooms. Do you really want men in your public bathrooms ladies?

Most of us old guys were trained to believe that woman were to be put on pedastels, as they have the tough jobs of having and raising the children. But in the modern world, woman want to have power, not be relegated to being just breeders.

Maybe the problem isn't with the "girl" part of the phrase "some girl"? Maybe its the use of the word "some"? Maybe people are taking the meaning of "some" to be a diminuative term, rather than my intended context of being anonymous.

So I will change the title, to reflect it is an anonymous flower, from some anonymous guy, to some anonymous girl.


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