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    Re: Tailor Made - Season 2

    Well, I guess me being a male contributes to my opinion differing.

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    Re: Tailor Made - Season 2

    A man who requires more mirror time than his woman is bad news.
    "...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer

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    Re: Tailor Made - Season 2

    Quote Originally Posted by timbeau;2725874;
    He's a sissy.
    What makes him a sissy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet_lady;2725890;
    I like a man that cares about his appearance. Don't want to be looking at someone with dirty grungy nails, bad skin, unibrow, etc.
    Me either, thats just nasty

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    Re: Tailor Made - Season 2

    He says he's not religious? How would that work out with NY/NY's mom?

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    Re: Tailor Made - Season 2

    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;2726050;
    A man who requires more mirror time than his woman is bad news.
    Particularly this specific woman! Her drag queen makeup must take at least an hour and I'm sure he can compete with that.

    I think TM is a big wimp and that makes him perfect for New York. She said she wants a wife and he definitely seems willing to be her b!tch. I find nothing wrong with him caring about his appearance and spending money on New York. Personally, I want a man with more substance than that, who doesn't think buying me things is the way to my heart. NY just seems to want material posessions and someone to pay for them. In that regard, Tailor Made is perfect for her. Buddha was definitely out of her league on so many levels. Even if he went on the show to further his acting career, he's still WAY better looking than she deserves and smarter too!
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    Re: Tailor Made - Season 2

    I don't think Budda is smarter. His "I'm Da man" schtik got old pretty fast.

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    Re: Tailor Made - Season 2

    whats up with the little pokey ring? Didn't he watch last season when the Mother and NY made fun of the last one.

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    Re: Tailor Made - Season 2

    Quote Originally Posted by diamonds78;2726832;
    whats up with the little pokey ring? Didn't he watch last season when the Mother and NY made fun of the last one.

    it is more like who it is from and not the size of the ring. Mama NY really likes TM and NY just adores him. The ring doesn't much matter at this point

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    Re: Tailor Made - Season 2

    What is a "pokey ring"?
    "...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer

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