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Kim Kardashian on this year Dancing with Stars

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um um um um um um, YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I think I heard that she broke her ankle and has been scratched. frown

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I wouldn't watch it even if Julianne Hough was nude. Sorry, boys- that show's for chicks.

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zamboni! come on, its.... K A R D A S H I A N....???!!!

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i have seen that Life with the Kardashians on Entertainment Channel. haha she will probably end up like her mom trying 2 sign up for the mom dance compettion. BROKEN ANKLE WHAT A BUNCH OF WHINNEY BUNCH OF complains. but i like it smile

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She was on Letterman a couple nights ago. Not a broken ankle, she cut the top of her big toe on a piece of glass and had it "surgically glued" together instead of stitched, so she could still dance.

I didn't think she looked that good on the Letterman show. Kind of a disappointment.

I;m with Zamboni, no Dancing With The Stars for me ..... unless I'm at my folk's place and my Mom makes us watch it with her.

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Is she the one with the 2 axe-handle-a**? Don't get to see too much TV...seems all that is on mine is friggin Spongebob.

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zamboni! come on, its.... K A R D A S H I A N....???!!!

Watching people dance?!?!?!?!?!? Sounds like you boys should be joining the fruity league anyday now. Alot better things to do than that.

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Far from fruity, but as long as it is Kim and Julianne, I will watch a little T&A once and a while. Not all the time, but a sneak here and there between down time is good. smileblush

Besides, my bride thinks I am bonding with her. grinlaugh

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Napafish will.

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I can't believe I missed this thread earlier

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Originally Posted By: Meaney
zamboni! come on, its.... K A R D A S H I A N....???!!!

Watching people dance?!?!?!?!?!? Sounds like you boys should be joining the fruity league anyday now. Alot better things to do than that.

WOW, now that is funny right there! Me watching dancing, now that I think about it what the he11 was I thnking smile

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There you go Meaney. You are wising-up. Can you imagine standing around with your beer drinking buddies and saying- "Man, I watched that dancing with the stars last night. What a great show. I love watching people ballroom dance"

Yeah, go for it.

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Originally Posted By: Meaney
zamboni! come on, its.... K A R D A S H I A N....???!!!

Watching people dance?!?!?!?!?!? Sounds like you boys should be joining the fruity league anyday now. Alot better things to do than that.

Have you seen the outfits the womens wear on that show??? MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMm grin

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I think I heard that she broke her ankle and has been scratched. frown

I stand corrected:

"My greatest challenge will be this new foot injury. I cut my toe pretty bad on a mirrored desk that was cracked, and I just pray it will heal fast!" her nasty cut was even featured on TMZ.Com and had some thinking she wouldn't be able to compete. But she says is ready and looking forward to it.

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Have you seen the outfits the womens wear on that show???

MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMm grin

Like I said, don't care if they wear NOTHING, it is still watching people dance. I have paint I would rather watch dry. I see all the guys they have on that show are a bit on the, well, lets just say, well, I can't say it- but I think you know what I mean. That tells me something.

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You guys are Lance Bass fans, admit it. You will be happy to know, Richard Simmons has penciled in his RSVP for the next season.

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I will stop while flipping through channels and take a peak to see a glimse of Julianne Hughes.....maybe you are, well ya know, if you aren't stopping to take a look at that hottie!!!

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I always hear about how much weight these gals lose doing this dance show. Are you guys going to sad when she loses some of that booty? smirkgrin

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