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Swim Chick

how many teenage girls have a user name

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Im Minnetonka's daughter. I just signed up as swim chick since I am on the swim team. I was wondering how many other teenage girls have a user name and use this forum?

PS: I got my $5 from my dad for posting stuff here.

I would rather be swimming

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OK Swim...I'll be the first to welcome you. Its nice to see the site get a little less gender specific and I'm sure you will enjoy your visits here.I'm equally sure that by being here on site with your dad you will help keep his posting on the up and up. tongue.gif Again, welcome aboard and enjoy yourself!

[This message has been edited by CrappieTom (edited 01-30-2004).]

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Swim Chick -

You rule!

I wish my 17 yr. old daughter was even half way interested in this site or better yet - fishing. Maybe some day.

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Worst user name Mom? Come on, there could be worst wink.gif
Welcome Swim Chick....hope you get what you want out of this site. It's a great resource.

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Swim Chick,

There might not be any teenage girls registered at this time but maybe now since you have started some more will get the courage to do what you did.

You might have thrown FM into a whole new demographic.


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