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bassNspear

Does anyone else Watch House Wives

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I watch it if I’m not working or forget it’s on. I think the old episodes were better. What do think BNS? Working on Icesaws tonight. Bad day. Printer quit so I couldn’t print the warranty & directions and I run out of packing paper. The distributor wants them shipped tomorrow! The ex printed them out and even delivered them. I must be getting older being I’m tired and it’s only 1:31 AM.

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House Wives, Dancing With the Stars????? Am I in the Twilight Zone??? Whats wrong with you guys??? 10 sports stations and this??? Come on

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No, no I don't watch House Wives, House yes, Scrubs yes, Monday Night Football yes, but not House Wives.....

Scrubs is one of the funniest shows on TV. Dr Cox makes my day.

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Originally Posted By: Meaney
lame...

X2

I've said it before and I'll say it again, B&S you need to get the outdoor channel.

dude, i have it, have to remember, a happy wife is a good life

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Allright, I'll give ya that.

But if you come on here asking about Sex and the City, there going to have to be an intervention. grin

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Bass N Spear I got your back......started watching it because the wife wanted to now I am hooked. Those women on that show are hot and it dose keep momma happy!

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Teri Hatcher was a part of the absolute hottest cat fight ever on film- 2 Days In The Valley- Teri Hatcher vs Charlize Theron. Teris showing her age now, but back during the Lois and Clark, and the 2 Days In the Valley days- she was HOT

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My goodness, you guys need to get out of the house more often if you think them gals are hot. Try a local Target next spring once the temps hit 70, hubba hubba. Remember, that's Target, not Wal-Mart. laugh

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Nothing, but they tend to be a tad thicker there. Hence the "next spring" reference, it's hard to tell what's under all dem layers from Oct-Apr here in MN. smile

As for the college campuses, I must be getting old, those ladies look super young to me these days. It's getting to the point where I can't tell who's older; the co-eds or the 12 yr old prostitots who strut by in the park behind my house. wink

Ba-dum-bum!

This is the entertainment forum? laugh

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