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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
My she’s grown up fast!

is she at college age?

She’s so independant in style and has solid footing, a sign of her own identity!

So she’s a natural redhead?

Asher
 

Jarmo Juntunen

Well-known member
Asher, she just invited you to visit us 😀! No, she’s 13 and in comprehensive school, on 7th grade. She describes her current style (she`s actually a blonde) as alt. Whatever that means. Nevertheless, she is finding her own path and makes me proud.
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Asher, she just invited you to visit us 😀! No, she’s 13 and in comprehensive school, on 7th grade. She describes her current style (she`s actually a blonde) as alt. Whatever that means. Nevertheless, she is finding her own path and makes me proud.
Great! I know where Norway is, but ask her, “Where does he land his helicopter?”

Asher
 

Jarmo Juntunen

Well-known member
Torn jeans. I remember when I was young anything like that was thrown away!

Paul.
Hi Paul, I was her age in the 80`s and it would seem that fashion of that decade has resurfaced, save for the ridiculous shoulder pads. We didn`t wear torn jeans back then but youngsters today seem to think they are all the rage! Anyway, Finland is in the subartic to arctic zone but you still see kids dressed like that when it hits -20 C. How do they survive is anybody`s guess.
 

Paul Iddon

Moderator
Hi Paul, I was her age in the 80`s and it would seem that fashion of that decade has resurfaced, save for the ridiculous shoulder pads. We didn`t wear torn jeans back then but youngsters today seem to think they are all the rage! Anyway, Finland is in the subartic to arctic zone but you still see kids dressed like that when it hits -20 C. How do they survive is anybody`s guess.
It seems the youngster are much more capable at dealing with the cold than I am now!

Paul.
 
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