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On 9/10/2017 at 9:44 PM, Christi said:

They showed a commercial for the regular 90 Day Fiancee show, and it was different couples...Ill be so pissed if we dont get these people! 

I have a strong & growing suspicion that NONE of these couples make it through the international visits and we're going to get all new 'characters' for the upcoming "90 Day Fiance" regular season . . .

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There's an anticipation thread set up for the new season of 90 Day Fiance (original recipe.)  Please visit to discuss that show. 

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6 hours ago, Sprockets said:

I had no idea that was possible.  I do not know from Snapchat.  I am old.  

 

4 hours ago, sasha206 said:

 I am now 50 and I have second-hand embarrassment for the adults who use these filters all the time and post the photos on facebook!

 

3 hours ago, JocelynCavanaugh said:

Yes! And I'm embarrassed for those adults too. I stick to the dignified geo-filters! Haha. 

Being old has nothing to do with it. I'm 30, and don't even own a cellphone, let alone know Snapchat, IG Kik or whatever thing is cool these days. I had started twitter and found out/realized that I'm an awkward misfit, with nothing to really contribute to the internets. So my SM knowledge pretty much starts and ends with Facebook, and it's really just so I can brag to my family (That live 8 to 16 hours away depending who) that I have unicorn hair. I know nothing about filters. Just that it made one of my sister's FB profile pics look nothing like herself.

 

Oh, Larry... Where to start...

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5 hours ago, ChiBurbsMama said:

I have a strong & growing suspicion that NONE of these couples make it through the international visits and we're going to get all new 'characters' for the upcoming "90 Day Fiance" regular season . . .

There is probably a lag in the filing dates to move the couples from before the 90 days to the regular 90 days. The really interesting thing will be seeing how desperate the Happily Every After alums claw on to their little shred of reality personality fame.

 

Courtney, Courtney, Courtney. Why did you have to fly across the world to meet a man who isn't that into you. She could have found plenty of good looking, self absorbed, ill mannered jerks stateside.

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On 9/12/2017 at 2:17 AM, Desert Rat said:

To hell with your dignity. LOL.  We want to hear the scoop.  

I have noticed that there are a disproportionate number of 90 day folks from Florida and Ohio.  I'm pleased to say that so far no one from my state has appeared on this show to embarrass us.

That totally obnoxious, borderline child molester Mark was from Maryland but I wasn't embarrassed.  I was, however, completely disgusted.

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That photo of Cortney's that Drogo posted illustrates one of the problems faced by 90 dayers when they finally meet the "love of their life" for the first time.  The photos posted showing Darcy's posts as well as this one of Cortney really are misleading.  That may be one reason Antonio was all 'let's just go to the pageant...' and why he kept staring at her face-she didn't look like her photos and he may not have been as interested in her as he originally thought.  

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29 minutes ago, seacliffsal said:

she didn't look like her photos

Neither did he, although her level of misrepresentation is off the chart.  He looks like a shorter, chunkier version of himself.  

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You all come over and sit with me!  I've got Werthers Candy and those little packets of Kleenex in my purse!

I know a woman who is pushing 55, if she is a day, and she does those flower crowns and strange-looking eyes and God knows what else to her profile photos.  Posts them everywhere.  And why wouldn't she?  She gets tons of encouragement via Likes and comments that say "looking gorgeous, as usual!"  and "honey, you just never age!"

And here am I, feeling like I am being a sneak because I take whatever selfies I take with my face looking up so you can't see my double chin.

The Darceys of the world will continue to do hideous stuff to themselves in the pursuit of "youth" and Kardashian-style glamour because they receive such encouragement for doing so.  Darcey is not attractive at all, no sir, not in her current incarnation with her current obvious addiction to fillers, extensions, and poorly applied false eyelashes.  All that she has achieved is to look like a skank, and not a damn bit younger than 42. If anything, she looks more desperate, and even older.

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4 hours ago, spankydoll said:

 

 

Courtney, Courtney, Courtney. Why did you have to fly across the world to meet a man who isn't that into you. She could have found plenty of good looking, self absorbed, ill mannered jerks stateside.

Right.  And IIRC, Courtesy said she was looking for a man who was more responsible and family-oriented then men in America.  She needs to keep looking because Antonio is not settling down anytime soon.  

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18 minutes ago, bethster2000 said:

And here am I, feeling like I am being a sneak because I take whatever selfies I take with my face looking up so you can't see my double chin.

Hearing you, loud and clear.  

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I was so confused because I thought the Filipina cousin-in-law was Daya (?), a previous 90 Day Fiancee subject, but then I realized that this woman was much younger than Daya. 

Cortney is a dumbass.  She has travelled alone around the world: how can you be confused by a MAP?  She lives in Florida: how can she be confused by SPANISH?  Antonio is no model: he's too old, he's too short and he's too stocky.  Honey, get a hotel room and have a lovely vacation in Spain and forget about that jerk. 

I really don't care about Abby and Mark and Carl (?), but I loved seeing Abby covered in weeds afterwards.  Did she bring a change of clothes with her? 

Jesse and Darcey: oh, good Lord, woman, stop being so DESPERATE.  You makes me cringe. 

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On 9/11/2017 at 0:35 AM, Toaster Strudel said:

I have a theory about Antonio. This started as a genuine catfish.

TLC contacted Antonio, and he decided to roll with it for the publicity.  In reality he doesn't give a hoot about Cortney, he doesn't need to go online to get puss, he especially doesn't need puss from overseas, he's swamped with puss, he's super busy, and has no time for her. What he has time for though, is TLC cameras giving him free air time to pretend he was the one talking to Cortney online. I very much doubt that she amazed him with her conversational skills.

The person that is the most surprised is not us... but the actual catfish seeing the model he was impersonating actually showing up to meet Gummy Dummy!

Holy Moley!  I think your on to something!

 

Antonio's conversation with Samuel did seem really really strange.  After months of texting, it's like he didn't know her at all.  Antonio never really mentioned that he was single and looking for the love of his life.

And beside, why would a model need to be on an app looking for American girls??

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During the commercials for this episode, I also thought that woman was Daya. It wasn't until the actual episode I realized that it wasn't, and it was partially because her husband wasn't Brett(?). She said something during the commercial about meeting her husband on the dating app, and I guess I assumed it was Daya wanting a few more minutes of fame. They were one of the couples that blasted the show for misleading them, then showed up again. SMH

At this point, there is nothing that will convince me Darcey/Jesse, Antonio/Courtney, and most likely, Patrick/Myriam are anything other than searching for television time. There is nothing about those relationships that say "legitimately interested in a relationship," even in a trade off like Paul/Karine and Sean/Abby.

Speaking of Abby, having seen people who thought they were under a Voodoo curse, she clearly didn't and didn't even look enthused to be going through that charade for television. People who are believers don't tempt fate by making fun. The Voodoo Priestess got a bunch of information from the production team, and Abby looked like she didn't want to admit she was in the DR or that Chris also had a rash for a minute. It's a bit of a pet peeve of mine to make fun of other people's religions, and I especially don't like when people pray to win reality shows, but that is another topic altogether. She needs to get an ointment for that rash, send Sean packing since she doesn't really like him, and I guarantee she will not get the benefit from being on television that she may expect.

Neither will Darcey/Jesse, Antonio/Courtney, or Patrick/Myriam, but thanks for being on the show for us to snark! This show has completely given up any pretense of showing real couples going through the process and only casts people willing to make fools of themselves. 

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On 9/12/2017 at 2:14 PM, balisticnikki said:

I'm 45 and my neck is as smooth as it ever was. Is it possible Darcey had her thyroid removed and is trying to hide or draw attention away from the scar? Does it look like Jesse has hair plugs (implants) to anyone else? Yep, there was total baldness underneath when Darcey's "hair" was pushed aside by her headphones, like the bald patches on a doll's head.

 

I'm 63, my neck was perfection in my 40's also. It started going south in my late fifties, and I do wear scarves more now than I used to!

Unless she's had a ton of sun damage her neck should still look fine at 42, so the notion that she could be hiding a surgical scar makes sense to me.

16 hours ago, Sprockets said:

Neither did he, although her level of misrepresentation is off the chart.  He looks like a shorter, chunkier version of himself.  

He's Antonio's shorter, chubbier, sweaty, mentally deficient brother.

If I was signing up for Previously today, my moniker would be Voodoo Gladys, no question.

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Darcy must have neck waddle. That's hard to fix, so she's covering it with the scarves and chokers.  Silly.   It cuts her stubby torso even more.

 A scar is cool.  Why would she need to cover that?

I can't stand her lip maneuvers whenever she's disappointed in Jesse.  Her desperation is pretty sad, though.

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At least she speaks the language and can navigate a U.S. city, hopefully.  

I was puzzled by Cortney's statements that (1) she couldn't read a map (doesn't match up with her story of having backpacked around independently) and (2) she couldn't speak the language.   Don't American school children get at least a basic introduction to Spanish as a second language? Even if they don't, shouldn't she have picked up some basic Spanish living in Florida?  Or, like the other Americans, she couldn't be bothered to learn at least a few words in the potential spouse's language?

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5 minutes ago, Quof said:

I was puzzled by Cortney's statements that (1) she couldn't read a map (doesn't match up with her story of having backpacked around independently) and (2) she couldn't speak the language.   Don't American school children get at least a basic introduction to Spanish as a second language? Even if they don't, shouldn't she have picked up some basic Spanish living in Florida?  Or, like the other Americans, she couldn't be bothered to learn at least a few words in the potential spouse's language?

I took Spanish from 4th grade thru college, grew up in NYC and would not be able to speak a word. And I have travelled all over, including to Spanish-speaking countries. Sad, I know. But I can read a map (if it's in English).

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Maps aren't "in" a language. They're diagrams :)

I just vacationed in Italy.  I was appalled by the number of English speaking tourists (I'll leave you to guess their country of origin) who made no effort at all to use any Italian.  Not "hello", "please", "thank you". Nothing.  One woman, whose distinctive accent left no doubt about her nationality, complimented a fruit vendor in a market on his English. His face said "hey, bitch, how about you try some Italian?"

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6 minutes ago, Quof said:

Maps aren't "in" a language. They're diagrams :)

I just vacationed in Italy.  I was appalled by the number of English speaking tourists (I'll leave you to guess their country of origin) who made no effort at all to use any Italian.  Not "hello", "please", "thank you". Nothing.  One woman, whose distinctive accent left no doubt about her nationality, complimented a fruit vendor in a market on his English. His face said "hey, bitch, how about you try some Italian?"

Not sure if I'd recognize "Cathedral Square Park" or "downtown" or whatever on a Spanish map.

The American in Italy didn't use hand gestures? Italy's second language lol

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1 hour ago, balisticnikki said:

Not sure if I'd recognize "Cathedral Square Park" or "downtown" or whatever on a Spanish map.

The American in Italy didn't use hand gestures? Italy's second language lol

If you're in a real bind, "bo-doc" never fails you.

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On Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 8:44 PM, noveltylibrary65 said:

I don't feel sorry for him at all, just his kids!  Imagine spending all your 401K on this mess when you have 2 minor sons.  What a selfish idiot!

Not that it makes it that much better but only one of his sons is a minor, the oldest was one week from going to basic training, so if the younger brother is close to his half-brother he is about to have two close people go away and will be quite the life change.

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1 hour ago, biakbiak said:

Not that it makes it that much better but only one of his sons is a minor, the oldest was one week from going to basic training, so if the younger brother is close to his half-brother he is about to have two close people go away and will be quite the life change.

But soon he'll have a new mommy!

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7 hours ago, Quof said:

Maps aren't "in" a language. They're diagrams :)

I just vacationed in Italy.  I was appalled by the number of English speaking tourists (I'll leave you to guess their country of origin) who made no effort at all to use any Italian.  Not "hello", "please", "thank you". Nothing.  One woman, whose distinctive accent left no doubt about her nationality, complimented a fruit vendor in a market on his English. His face said "hey, bitch, how about you try some Italian?"

Here here! I just went to France with a childhood friend of mine who pulled the same nonsense.  She would babble on about how the French people loved to practice their English with her. She would also attempt to communicate with the natives by speaking English REALLY LOUD whilst using a Pepe LePew accent.

Courtney must have been with a tour on her previous journeys.  

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We live in Arizona.  I used to work in Customer Service for a utility company.  It used to annoy me when people would call our office and the first words out of their mouth were, "Se Habla Espanol?"

Whenever we have traveled, I have always made sure to learn a few phrases in the language of the countries we were visiting:

1.  Hello.

2.  Thank you.

3.  Please.

4.  Do you speak English?

IMO, that's a MINIMAL level of courtesy that I should exercise as a visitor.  

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5 minutes ago, AZChristian said:

We live in Arizona.  I used to work in Customer Service for a utility company.  It used to annoy me when people would call our office and the first words out of their mouth were, "Se Habla Espanol?"

Whenever we have traveled, I have always made sure to learn a few phrases in the language of the countries we were visiting:

1.  Hello.

2.  Thank you.

3.  Please.

4.  Do you speak English?

IMO, that's a MINIMAL level of courtesy that I should exercise as a visitor.  

I worked at the phone company forever. I would attempt to straighten out some of the messes that I saw there in my minimal second language. 

Bravo for your approach! It would have been SO simple to join Rosetta stone or grab a Barron's book and write out some of the sentences that they wanted to say. Lame. Guys with that low level of looks, income and personality really need to step up their game. They treat these women like they are picking them up at the layaway counter at Caldors. 

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And Paul's ability to even figure out phonetically his "can I marry your daughter" speech to Karine's father was horrible.  He couldn't even pronounce the words closely enough for the father to figure out what he was trying to say.  That's REALLY unacceptable.

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10 hours ago, Quof said:

I was puzzled by Cortney's statements that (1) she couldn't read a map (doesn't match up with her story of having backpacked around independently) and (2) she couldn't speak the language.   Don't American school children get at least a basic introduction to Spanish as a second language? Even if they don't, shouldn't she have picked up some basic Spanish living in Florida?  Or, like the other Americans, she couldn't be bothered to learn at least a few words in the potential spouse's language?

Most young Floridians I know can speak it at a very basic level. It would be plausible for her to claim she doesnt speak a word of Spanish if she a) didnt take it as a foreign laguage in HS b) grew up in All-american part of town c) didnt have Spanish speaking friends or boyfriends. She HAS been to Spain before, so she MUST know at least a few words. Orlando has a huge Puerto Rican community, and the rest of FLorida south of that you will fins a Spanish speaker just about anywhere you go. 

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3 hours ago, AZChristian said:

Whenever we have traveled, I have always made sure to learn a few phrases in the language of the countries we were visiting:

1.  Hello.

2.  Thank you.

3.  Please.

4.  Do you speak English?

IMO, that's a MINIMAL level of courtesy that I should exercise as a visitor.  

This 100%.  It also helps to learn a couple of colorful phrases that perhaps the locals aren't expecting.  Imagine the look on the sushi chef's face when I declared, "Oishi-kata!" ("this is delicious!") when we were in Tokyo.  I received a couple of deep bows and some special treats here and there from the chef that did not make it onto our bill. ;-)

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And Paul's ability to even figure out phonetically his "can I marry your daughter" speech to Karine's father was horrible.  He couldn't even pronounce the words closely enough for the father to figure out what he was trying to say.  That's REALLY unacceptable.

Never mind the miming he was doing that looked more like, "Can I stick my penis in her?" (after the battery of tests of course) than "Can I marry her?" Freaking Paul. 

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Yeah, why was Paul miming putting a ring on his right INDEX finger?  The engagement ring finger is the left "ring" finger.  It's called the RING finger for a reason.  Such a dumbass.  But I will die happy remembering the look on Father Karini's face during that pathetic "conversation."  I will also die sad after remembering Mother Karini's resigned expression that she needed to sacrifice her beautiful child to such a creeper. 

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14 hours ago, bethster2000 said:

This 100%.  It also helps to learn a couple of colorful phrases that perhaps the locals aren't expecting.  Imagine the look on the sushi chef's face when I declared, "Oishi-kata!" ("this is delicious!") when we were in Tokyo.  I received a couple of deep bows and some special treats here and there from the chef that did not make it onto our bill. ;-)

I took great pride in learning how to say, "A table for 3, please; non-smoking."  We walked into our first restaurant in Paris and I looked at the waiter and said, "Un table por trois, sil vous plais; non-fumiere."

He looked at me, smiled, and said - "Sure - anywhere in that section over there" . . . in perfect American English.  LOL.

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On 9/11/2017 at 0:36 AM, HappyDancex2 said:

Darcy is sad to watch but it does seem like they are hammering on the age thing a lot with her.  Is that all we have?  Most of these shows feature couples where the men are gross(ly) older than the young girls they are pursuing.   Sure there is always an errant "she's young enough to be his daughter" comment, but we never seem to get segment after segment on how pathetic it is for the guys to be scamming the naive.  The same questions pointed to an old scammer dude.

Yes, it is so gross when the men are old enough to parent the child they are pursuing.  Biologically, though, it still works.  An older man can still father children, an older woman cannot conceive.  Older man/younger women has even been seen as a better choice because of the financial stability of the man and ability to provide a secure home.   I think that age gap tended to run about 10 years though....not 27 (or 45 as in Abby and Chris).   This is probably why the perceptions are different between the sexes. 

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On 9/14/2017 at 1:55 PM, Quof said:

I was puzzled by Cortney's statements that (1) she couldn't read a map (doesn't match up with her story of having backpacked around independently) and (2) she couldn't speak the language.   Don't American school children get at least a basic introduction to Spanish as a second language? Even if they don't, shouldn't she have picked up some basic Spanish living in Florida?  Or, like the other Americans, she couldn't be bothered to learn at least a few words in the potential spouse's language?

Several years ago I had plans to spend ONE DAY in Paris.  I boned up like mad with a phrase book and did okay.  Well, at least I impressed family members but it appeared that the Parisians understood me (or graciously played along).   

On 9/14/2017 at 9:16 PM, spankydoll said:

Here here! I just went to France with a childhood friend of mine who pulled the same nonsense.  She would babble on about how the French people loved to practice their English with her. She would also attempt to communicate with the natives by speaking English REALLY LOUD whilst using a Pepe LePew accent.

OH.MY.GOD.

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7 hours ago, Granny58 said:

Yes, it is so gross when the men are old enough to parent the child they are pursuing.  Biologically, though, it still works.  An older man can still father children, an older woman cannot conceive.  Older man/younger women has even been seen as a better choice because of the financial stability of the man and ability to provide a secure home.   I think that age gap tended to run about 10 years though....not 27 (or 45 as in Abby and Chris).   This is probably why the perceptions are different between the sexes. 

True... I had a Haitian woman once tell me that large age gaps between couples in Haiti is common, but she was referring to a 10-12 year age gap. Im no sure how a 20-30 year gap would be perceived there, but Abby's parents didnt seem bothered by Sean's age, they seemed more concerned with the fact that he was an outsider. 

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On 9/15/2017 at 2:53 PM, AZChristian said:

I took great pride in learning how to say, "A table for 3, please; non-smoking."  We walked into our first restaurant in Paris and I looked at the waiter and said, "Un table por trois, sil vous plais; non-fumiere."

He looked at me, smiled, and said - "Sure - anywhere in that section over there" . . . in perfect American English.  LOL.

This. I speak a little, French, German, Italian and Spanish and I travel to Europe a lot. I always try to start speaking in the language of the country I am in and people  ALWAYS go right to English. I'm going to Ireland next month, wonder if it will happen there :P

Oh and something about why do Floridians speak any Spanish,,, well some do, but lets be honest. There are a lot of racist assholes in this country who see Spanish as beneath them and refuse to learn a word  of it.

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On 9/14/2017 at 9:38 PM, AZChristian said:

And Paul's ability to even figure out phonetically his "can I marry your daughter" speech to Karine's father was horrible.  He couldn't even pronounce the words closely enough for the father to figure out what he was trying to say.  That's REALLY unacceptable.

I liked his pantomime. Especially the finger boinks. Even papa gave him the side-eye over that stupidity.

Darcy is a hard 42 or a bad liar. Maybe both.

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14 minutes ago, Godfrey said:

 

Darcy is a hard 42 or a bad liar. Maybe both.

 

Definitely both.  She has been 'rode hard and hung up wet,' as they say down south.  

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On 9/11/2017 at 10:10 PM, lilsadone said:

I traveled internationally throughout Europe for work every 2 months for 4 years. I was only asked ONCE if I had made arrangements - I remember that time because it was something I read would happen before I started traveling - but it never did happen -- so when it finally did happen after several trips,  I was totally unprepared (all my hotel booking receipts were tucked away in my luggage) and they didn't even ask to see proof once they saw that I would have had to dig to find it.  The most I've ever been questioned was to ensure I had a RETURN ticket back to America - and that was when I had a connection in Russia. 

I went to London last month for my honeymoon, and the form asked for hotel name or address where we were staying. The person at customs didn't ask other questions about it but that information was requested for us to enter the U.K.  

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25 minutes ago, ooh.boo said:

The person at customs didn't ask other questions about it but that information was requested for us to enter the U.K.  

Yes.  You are supposed to provide the info, but whether they require it is completely arbitrary.  I've known them to get really picky if theyr'e in a bad mood.  

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On 9/10/2017 at 10:11 PM, Bibi said:

I thought she was wearing a wig. She's got no edges. 

Thank you!  Weave/lacefront edges were showing on the stair climber!  You have to blend! Leave out just a little so you can wear your hair back and have a natural part.  Nothing gives it away more than edges and parts... 

If she just toned it down on the makeup, clothes, fillers, and got a face-flattering cut--maybe a longer choppy layered sideswept bob--she'd be cute.  She could still be edgy.  She's trying to be too Demi.

Antonio wasn't doing it for me, it's not the extra layer of pudge, I think that's cute but Antonio Banderas or Javier, he is not.

Are there no dermatologists in Haiti?  Maybe it's a stress rash because you can't keep up the farce with these old men.

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On 9/11/2017 at 1:45 AM, Bibi said:

What kind of man would

not pick you at the airport 

just tell you 'meet me there', with no guidance on how to get 'there' in a city you're not familiar with 

make you wait forever (so had the time to get to the airport ! )

not look like his pictures. At all

tell you that your eyes are so cleaaar

not offer to carry your luggage and  just pick the lightest bag

call you 'Corny'?

 

What kind of woman would keep smiling after that?

But her eyes are clear, like really light blue.

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On 9/14/2017 at 2:10 PM, Quof said:

Maps aren't "in" a language. They're diagrams 🙂

I just vacationed in Italy.  I was appalled by the number of English speaking tourists (I'll leave you to guess their country of origin) who made no effort at all to use any Italian.  Not "hello", "please", "thank you". Nothing.  One woman, whose distinctive accent left no doubt about her nationality, complimented a fruit vendor in a market on his English. His face said "hey, bitch, how about you try some Italian?"

I know this post is super old but...I backpacked Europe half a dozen times by myself. Hungary had, by far, the most difficult language to catch onto. People often asked me how I was able to get around the city on their subway when I couldn't read their language. It's because I wasn't looking at the map, or subway stops, as words-I was looking at them as groups of letters like symbols and "matching" them to the ones in my guidebook. One doesn't need to be able to read the language to read a map. I really didn't get that about Cortney at all. That was the least of my issues with her, though.

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