My kids love those fake tattoos, they are always sporting a few of them on their arms and hands. And while most of the other girls have Barbie and Tinkerbell, Kate's tattoos are always dragons or snakes or something scary like that.
On Monday she skipped into school to show her one girlfriend her new snake/dragon (or dragon snake? It was a snake that looked like a dragon) tattoo that her father had bought for her at the airport (there was GREAT excitement about that) and the little girly-girl scrunched her up nose and said "Why do you like boy things and why do you always play with the boys? Are you a boy or a girl?"
*crack* My heart nearly broke. I felt so sorry for her. Peer pressure already! My poor little girl is getting ostracized for not fitting in the mold.
Fortunately while I was having 17 breakdowns (<- slight exaggeration for effect) about the exchange, Kate merely shrugged her shoulders and with a slightly bemused expression skipped off to play with the other (boys and girls) kids.
Not sure if it's a boy/girl twin thing, or because I am not a girly-girl, or perhaps it is just a Kate thing. Not that it matters at all. I am perfectly happy with whatever flavour my kids come in - girly-girl, boy-girl or anything in between.