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  1. In the U.S., different states have different requirements. The majority of states don't require a special license for driving an RV for personal use, but some do. And of those, almost all of them are based on the weight of the vehicle or combination of vehicles. (The only exception I know of is California, which bases it on the length of the vehicle--motorhomes over 40 feet require a special license.) Florida is a state that doesn't require a special license to drive an RV for personal use. So anybody in Libby's family who has a driver's license issued in Florida can drive it.
  2. Family Elizabeth's segments seem so inauthentic it's an insult to have them even in the reality TV sphere, even given how low the bar is for reality TV these days. AND they're bad actors. But there's a scene of Andrrrrei working with kettle bells in the back yard that pleased some of the people here. There was a scene of Asuelu and the kids jumping on a bed in a model home they were looking at that was almost Family Elizabeth level in obvious manufacturing. And the rest of their stuff is only a little bit below that. Which, do you want to watch Kalani and Asuelu in a sex toy shop?
  3. Concatenating! This was the first time I've ever read it without asking Mr. Outlier, "What does concatenate mean again?" It's always been one of my "New Yorker" words, but now I think I've got it. Thank you! And I agree, except I don't think it's any different from watching recipe videos online. There are literally millions of those out there. I watch the show for the entertainment, and, I'm hesitant to admit, Alex's questions that prompt tips. I went from "Shut up, Alex" when she first showed up, to "Good question, Alex."
  4. Beige for me, always. I got fitted at the Town Shop in NYC once, and the saleslady was taking the beige one I'd tried on to the register, and had a black one, too, and was shocked, like actually shocked, when I said I didn't want a black one. I'm old enough to remember when bras on human skin couldn't be shown on TV, and they used a mannequin. Maybe that had an outsized influence me, because I've never been a fan of any part of undergarments showing. That includes bra straps, and the whale tail on a thong. That's why I was so bugged by Kyle's look. Even if I could tolerate a vi
  5. Aah, but Ramona's aren't standard push-ups. But as another data point, I couldn't do a chin-up to save my life. The most that happens is I hang there with straight arms and grunt and grimace, with no movement whatsoever. I don't have a chinning bar these days, but I probably could start at the top and drop down a little bit, like have my nose level with the chinning bar, and come back up. I wouldn't consider it a chin-up, but Ramona probably would.
  6. It just occurred to me that these should be called rifle houses. Shotguns kind of spray the shot, while rifles shoot one thing straight. (I always wondered how people could shoot a flying bird out of the sky, and then I learned about shotguns.) I can't remember if that's the one they picked, but one of the houses had a fence that was two horizontal pieces wood with space below and in between, and they said Bella was going to love that back yard. No way that that fence was going to hold her in.
  7. I thought that one cement-looking bathroom was weird. It had all this square footage, and the shower was opposite the toilet (which I guess would help keep the toilet clean?), crammed down at the end, and there was no sink in there. I'm trying to decide whether I heard "create/creative" or "drawing" more. And at one point there was a shot from behind one of them and she had all these tattoos that looked randomly placed, and right after that one of them said they tattoo each other. I don't know why that would obviate thoughtful placement.
  8. I adore the outside of her present house. It looks homey. Her one before that, too, but this current one I smile every time they show it. I think that dress with the bows she wears during THs is adorable. I was so glad when Rinna showed up in it because it sure looked like Kyle was wearing a visible bra with a backless dress, but I just couldn't believe it. It had that gold part on it so I held on to a hope that it was part of the design of the dress, but it was in such a weird place, right by the little tie. I was thinking, "I hope she paid for that dress because I can't i
  9. I don't, either. But since Devoin said he doesn't care, my outrage at Briana is lessened. For all I know, it works in Devoin's favor because she probably thinks it bothers him but it doesn't. So he wins.
  10. Well, I'm 64 and just dropped to the floor and did 35 Ramona pushups, at which point I was getting winded and my wrists were hurting. But...I've been sitting on the couch for the entirety of Covid, doing no exercise at all other than walking from my car to the grocery store a couple of times a week. I'm certain that Ramona has kept up her full fitness regimen. Those shallow push-ups really aren't hard at all. Try it. You might impress yourself.
  11. I guess I'm the only one who wasn't impressed with Ramona's pushups. To me, it isn't a pushup unless your chest gets a LOT closer to the floor than hers was. She was doing little dips, which are MUCH easier than lowering your torso all the way down and getting it back up.
  12. I saw some reruns today, and one had the podcast with Kail and Devoin. He said Briana's not the only one who mispronounces his name--it apparently happens a lot, including teachers, and he said he doesn't bother to correct them. That sheds a new light on it for me.
  13. This was the second time I remember that Addie was told Jeremy wasn't going to be able to make it to some event, and then he surprised her. I think that's cruel. Just say you're going to be somewhere and show up. Why inflict disappointment at all? She needs to get rid of her parents, too. Every time her mother disappoints her it's because Jade put herself in the position of being disappointed. That's the only explanation I can come up with. I know there are people like that out there, and I try to understand they can't help it, but damn. How can you not see
  14. Maybe it's because I'm from Texas and am sensitive to the stereotypes, but avoiding a literal red neck is my highest priority when it comes to sun exposure.
  15. The hat looked like it doesn't shade the back of the neck. So if the purpose is shading everything but the part in your hair and the back of your neck, I'd agree it's perfect. Otherwise, not so much.
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