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But it was off my coat, not my shirt, and I didn't fall in love with the girl.
I got my mum to fix it instead.
I got it for Christmas. It's very useful, but I don't carry it round with me, nor have I ever used it to sew a button on a boy's shirt. Maybe that's where I'm going wrong...
as seen in First Blood
not for running after boys and telling them he loves them.
pretty twee film...
but I'd make sure she could never have children.
but carrying a swewing kit with you is what old ladies do
A button HAS come off my cardigan.
by about 10000%
"la la la i've got a crazy boyfriend...*double drums* *king buzzo roaring*....crazy boyfriend"
just really shite. People who can't tell the difference between that sickening sort of mobile phone advert music, and 'indie' sort of twee really need to get more discerning.
sew it right off
is it a bit like mumbling but more emotionally disconnected?
what's wrong with carrying a needle and thread?! It's handy to have in your bag incase your tights ladder!
But buttons fall off my coats a lot, so I have a needle and thread on me a lot.
i sew my shoes back together.
this happened to me whilst i was in sixth form. my jacket lost a button and my now girlfriend sewed it back on for me.
EVERYONE likes cups of tea.
all you people are shite, if a girl did that to me(and if i owned a shirt), itd be the sweetest thing ever