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    S.09 E.01: Nice To Marry You

    Years ago I dated a guy who was 6'6" tall. I am 5'4". Like others have said, in bed, it was not an issue. But I do remember that while walking around and talking, I did get tired of having to look up at him; it bothered my neck to look up that high, particularly when standing right next to him. I remember when we were out, I would often seek out some stairs or a small curb or ledge to stand on to kiss him. His height had nothing to do with why we broke up, though. Maybe I would have just gotten used to it if we stayed together, but after that, I realized that having a shorter guy had some benefits.
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    Below Deck in the Media

    thank you!!
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    Below Deck in the Media

    where are we discussing the new season - the one with the Russian chef who can't bake
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    S17.E13: One Elle of a Day

    How old is Hester? Clueless came out in 1995...so 24 years ago. Just trying to figure out how old she was at that time. Its possible that she saw the movie when she was young and it somehow imprinted into her brain and affects how she designs now. Maybe the movie made a big impression on her, but she isn't conscious of that influence. Is it really possible to do something that no one has ever done before at this point, in fashion?
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    Except Chelsea (and Cole)

    There is a lot of pressure on women not to be "bitches." I personally don't care either way... but I don't see it as such a big deal if Chelsea actually does act like a bitch sometimes... particularly with strangers. Lots of "real" celebrities dislike being approached by fans/strangers... even those who choose to make their living by being in Hollywood movies. I think the topic of what celebrities "owe" their fans is a topic that is up for debate... lots of different perspectives on that.
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    Tracie & Clint: Bless Yer Hearts

    In terms of why Tracie is Clint's "goddess" .... Shallow Hal, while he was hypnotized, comes to mind...
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    Janelle Brown: Smarter Than Your Average Brown (Maybe)

    You forgot... oatmeal cookies with peanut butter are a protein rock star, and a total game changer!
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    Jeremy and Auj Poj

    Do people (who have thousands of followers) REALLY have to talk about potty training???? I know social media has taken over our lives now (not mine), but do parents care at all about their children's privacy? Or am I just uptight and describing potty training is no big deal? I think the upcoming years are going to be very interesting as the kids whose lives have been posted all over social media (not just reality shows, but normal families) are going to be older and able to voice their feelings about this. I think I heard a piece on NPR a while back about that very issue, unfortunately can't find it.
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    Jenelle: Birther Of 3, Mother To None

    MTV has hired someone to start up a documentary film program. read it here: https://variety.com/2019/tv/news/sheila-nevins-mtv-documentary-films-launch-1203207687/
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    Jenelle: Birther Of 3, Mother To None

    I don't think David really wants his kids. I think he wanted to impregnate Janelle to keep her tied to him, not because he really wanted more children. He probably likes the idea of being a "dad" but if being a dad means giving up drugs and not being abusive and violent, then I doubt he is willing to do that. If he manages to comply with all of the court-ordered requirements, I will be very surprised. This turn of events is very interesting because both Janelle and David now have to walk the walk rather than talk the talk with regards to their kids. They will have to engage in actions to get them back. Social media posts, crying in court, etc, aren't going to have any impact.
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    All Episodes Talk: Let's Talk About Dr. Phil, The Show

    Not going to defend coach Mike, but his exercise with Brittany is an example of a Narrative Therapy technique. It actually can be a useful approach for certain people and certain problems. There is absolutely no way that it would begin to scratch the surface of her problems, but it gave him a chance to promote a concept in his book. This woman is clearly very mentally unwell and she is going to require intensive psychiatric intervention to improve. I do wonder if she has some sort of brain damage from her injury. TBI can cause some of the problems she has. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narrative_therapy
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    Meri Brown and her Wet Bar of Tears

    This podcast about MLMs did three episodes on Lularoe - first two feature long interviews with women who were in it. The name of the podcast is "Sounds like an MLM but OK" - you can listen to the episodes directly in the links below, or subscribe in a podcast app. here are the episodes, in order. http://soundslikemlm.libsyn.com/roberta-belvins-interview http://soundslikemlm.libsyn.com/courtney-hardwood http://soundslikemlm.libsyn.com/lularoes-bless-of-death-the-end-of-an-alleged-criminal-empire
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    Jenelle: Birther Of 3, Mother To None

    I've become a fan of the reruns of King of Queens. Its a funny show. I like their relationship dynamics. This one with the big hands is one of my all time favorites.
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    Jenelle: Birther Of 3, Mother To None

    Its like that episode of King of Queens when they paint Carrie with a huge hand and Doug with chipmunk teeth. ....just looked up the name of the episode- its called "Present Tense" - if you get a chance to see it, its very funny- I think they show reruns every night on a cable channel these days.
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