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Also by yvan125+22The inconvenience of being a late grower. I was raised in a French family and enrolled in a French Junior College. Mom had decided to keep me in short trousers up to the end of my secondary classes. I didn't mind at that time because I was not aware that I didn't develop physically ( and maybe psychologically) as quickly as the other classmates. l was looking three or four years younger than my age. When I entered in 2e ( first pre- collegial year) I was still in thight-fitting short trousers which uncovered about half of my thighs. Imagine my bewilderment and confusion ! amirite?
Also by yvan125+58In the evening of your life do you regret having learned so little of mathematics or hard sciences, like physic chemistry or astronomy which would have allowed you to understand better the universe in which we are living and consequently to become better adapted to it. Have you ever felt less fulfiled or happy on account of that deficiency? amirite?
Also by yvan125+118Hairless thighs and legs
I wonder whether you were a pubescent boy like me who was panicked or even dumfounded when body hair started growing first around his pubes and then gradually on his chest and legs. Still in short pants at the end of my junior college, I was continually obsessed with keeping my thighs and legs hairless and removing the unwanted hair from them. I went once as far as to steal my elder sister's hair remover to get pasty, smooth and clean legs. Did you go through such an obsessive experience during your teen years? amirite?