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  1. If I went to a Synagogue and wore a big old crucifix with Christ on it; I think that might count as bad fucking taste. I don't think Bini's sisters are harpies at all, but I do think Ari's parents have sticks up their asses and are low key racists, they looked TOO happy when they saw how fair the baby was (probably glad that if they have to raise him in NJ, he can at least pass for....something other than Black.) Didn't they say Ari's mother converted to Judaism?
  2. LOL, but Ray DOES remind me of Uncle Ben. I didn't know anybody's even wearing perfume now. A lot of folks are scent sensitive now so....it's a huge NO for me. I keep getting distracted by Karen's mole.
  3. I get what you're saying, but most of those people end up one of three ways, jail, institution or dead. But Monique isn't one of those people. She has a lot to lose.
  4. Yes. What also bugs me is that to say Candiace provoked Monique...what does that say about Monique? That she's terribly immature and can't control herself? On RHONYC, Dorinda said some awful things to Tinsley and anybody and yet, no one got physical with her.
  5. I had a friend who was like this with her oldest son. Then I realized what her issue was, maybe these "mothers" have the same problem. My friend could not stomach the fact that she wasn't young anymore, that she was middle aged/getting older and it scared her to see her son with a young, pretty woman. She was like, "I used to be a young, pretty woman and all the men used to look at me." And she took all that toxic shit out on the daughter in law. I bet it's not as bad with fathers and daughters, because 50+ men are considered attractive and can attract a woman half their age; harder to do when you're a woman.
  6. Sure but, at least you want it to look somewhat natural. Rapunzel AND platinum blonde, or "scary white" just isn't a good look. Candiace wears the Rapunzel look but at least it tries to look natural. Karen's scream SYNTHETIC.
  7. Yes, but look at the trash Ashley is married to. True, but a wig line? Karen? She walks around with a dead Rapunzel thing on her head!🤢
  8. Neurochick

    S04.E10: War

    True, but Thatcher could have at least appeared grateful for the gift. At least she could have taken the damn box.
  9. The guests were degusting. I went to private school in NYC. In order to graduate you had to do one semester of community service. I worked as a candy striper in a hospital Maybe they should make kids do that today.
  10. Neurochick

    S04.E10: War

    Very true. I think she was pissed at Charles, after all SHE, the Queen was living a life that she really didn't want. She was all about horses, riding and racing horses; that's what she would have done had her father not been thrust onto the throne. The Queen was telling Charles, "I didn't get what I wanted in life either, so stop your fucking whining and grow up!"
  11. Neurochick

    S04.E10: War

    I think that is true, and that might have been why Thatcher did not take the box; she was not happy with the gift. But because she's from a generation where you didn't say how you felt, where feelings were considered a sign of weakness, the only thing she could do was curtsy, leave the room and not take the box. I don't know if the Queen missed the mark since Thatcher never voiced her feelings to the Queen, leaving Balmoral early, aside. Part of me felt that Thatcher was a bitch for not being appreciative (wouldn't they do THAT in her generation?), talk about lack of gratitude. The Queen was her employer, not her husband.
  12. I dislike cynics, but Brittany is on this show for Instagram/YouTube followers.
  13. No, to me they're evil. I'd never want to sit in the same space with any of those people IRL. I worry how they'd treat Avi. I bet they'd try to whitewash him, try to erase his Ethiopian heratage.
  14. Neurochick

    S04.E10: War

    Correct. With animals, you know what they want; easy to keep it simple with animals. People are complicated. You don't always know what they want because sometimes THEY don't know what they want. That's why so many people would rather deal with animals than people
  15. Neurochick

    S04.E10: War

    I think this is a show about very sad emotional infants, people who were never allowed to be; it was like they had to reach unattainable perfection, and no one is perfect; no wonder why they were all dysfunctional and acted like children, especially Charles. If everybody’s done for you your whole life and if you’ve never really had to deal with adversity, you don’t learn how to deal with it; so you react to life like an infant. An emotionally sober man would have been proud of his wife garnering so much attention, but Charles was only concerned about himself because he hadn’t been able to marry the woman he loved; so to him Diana was nothing more than competition. And that was sad because SHE really loved Charles, despite him being an emotional infant. I think Diana was able to get over because she was pretty. Had she not been pretty, people would not have taken to her the way they did. Camilla was right, we’re all into the fairy tales; believing that beauty=goodness and ugliness=evil. A look at comments sections of various websites shows that; if someone (especially a woman) is either unattractive, overweight or old it’s like: go away, go in the closet because no one wants to see you! The scene last between the Queen and Thatcher was weird, because both women were from an era where you weren’t supposed to show ANY type of emotion or feeling. They thought it made you weak (such bullshit!). The scene was weird because it was like one mask talking to another mask. There was no compassion, no emotion on either side. I think Thatcher leaving the box was intentional. She was upset, she couldn’t show it, she just had to get out of there.
  16. Neurochick

    S04.E10: War

    Very, very true. I wonder, if Diana and Camilla were reversed in looks, would people have taken to Diana the way they did? I wonder. I also remember when she came to Harlem (I think it was Harlem Hospital?). A lot of people believed she eventually would have moved to New York someday.
  17. I agree. The Queen gave them an out. Charles had prepared a speech, but Diana wanted to safe the marriage when there was no marriage to be saved. And no to that Phantom of the Opera "performance." Yikes. Loved hearing "Love is a Stranger" though.
  18. My UO about Karen and this incident between Monique and Candiace. I may be wrong, but maybe not. Karen is a few years younger than I. She grew up on a farm in a small-ish town; the farm has been in her family for a long time. I do know that many black people in the South had their land snatched from them during the rise of the KKK. Many black landowners were run off their land, lest they would be killed, and fled up North. I think Karen sees these two black women fighting and thinks, "I'm not going to let these producers make me pick a side." Karen probably sees Monique, a woman from modest means, like her, married to a successful black man, and has three small children. Karen sees Candiace as this privileged young woman, married to a white man, who says whatever she likes and doesn't care who she hurts. Karen may feel more for Monique because she knows that if she gets on the train with the rest of them and says, "I won't film with HER," Monique's done on the show, and I don't think Karen wants that. Just my two cents. 💲
  19. But a toddler toddles and you've got to make sure they don't get into anything; at least an infant stays in one place. I used to work as a volunteer in a city hospital, maternity ward; infants who were born addicted to drugs/alcohol, many were HIV+, and many were unwanted. The older the infant, the more stimulation they wanted, which was hard because we had to move on to feeding the next one, but the newborns, after you finally got them down, pretty much slept every 3-4 hours. At least I didn't have to run after them.
  20. Please, it's not like Sumit was 12 years old and Jenny was 40 or something. Both were adults. It's not right what they did, but I can't deal with Mama's self righteous anger and pearl clutching; when she has a very ugly personality.
  21. Sumit's nasty "parents" don't care about Jenny's age. If Jenny were a millionaire and said she was going to marry Sumit and they were going to live in her mansion in India, his "parents" would be too thrilled, happy to brag to their friends how their son was married to a rich American. They don't fool me at all.
  22. I don't know why they were ragging on Jenny's looks since neither one of them could pass for supermodels. And that lady with Sumit's dad is NO mother. No real mother would be so hateful to their child. If Sumit's parents can be nasty, then so can I. 😜
  23. I think toddlers are more exhausting than newborns, just saying. I stand by my assessment of Ari's parents; just their looks alone said everything I needed to know. Brittany is an idiot, I don't care about her at all. She needs to go back to Florida and twerk until her ass falls off. Again Sumit's parents, horrible, horrible, horrible people. No wonder the Pillow Talkers were on Sumit and Jenny's side. Their relationship sucks, but if I had Sumit's parents I'd either have to kill myself or kill them.
  24. I think that's because people, especially young people, believe that love conquers all. Sadly it doesn't. And that sucks. And I still think Sumit's parents are awful people. They remind me of people who do horrible things like use the "N" word. I hate nasty ageist bastards. I'd never speak to another human being that way. It's not funny and it's not cute. I'm 61, how old is Sumit's mom?
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