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What were your initial thoughts?
Melbourne underwear company Kayser Lingerie is facing calls calls for a consumer boycott after it posted an ill-conceived Tweet which suggested a movie date equated to a sexual encounter. What prompts her return is she has heard that her grandmother might be alive, and she wants to find out for herself. There is usually a brief introduction by the parents, but then Miss Golden Globe disappears again.
And I am hopeful that men can change.