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    Did Anyone Else Notice...

    Okay, (this is going to make me sound like I watch far too much tv lol, but this just stuck out in my head).

    Did anyone notice the watch Erin was wearing in last night's episode while on the beach and baseball dates?

    That (I'm pretty sure), is the same watch that she took from Rob on the Tennis date in 4LOM1. Remember they were in the limo and she was like "ohh I love this watch" and the other girls were all jealous?

    This prolly doesn't mean anything, but I'm just asking to verify whether I'm right or just going insane. lol

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grassi_5
    Okay, (this is going to make me sound like I watch far too much tv lol, but this just stuck out in my head).

    Did anyone notice the watch Erin was wearing in last night's episode while on the beach and baseball dates?

    That (I'm pretty sure), is the same watch that she took from Rob on the Tennis date in 4LOM1. Remember they were in the limo and she was like "ohh I love this watch" and the other girls were all jealous?

    This prolly doesn't mean anything, but I'm just asking to verify whether I'm right or just going insane. lol

    Thanks!
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    Yeah, I think you're "prolly" right, Ms. Poison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yesthey'rereal
    Yeah, I think you're "prolly" right, Ms. Poison.

    But honestly, I did notice that the polka-dot outfit looked damn familiar!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliGirl

    But honestly, I did notice that the polka-dot outfit looked damn familiar!
    Didn't we read somewhere that in the first show Erin was wearing her own stuff but for the second one she was decorated by the professionals?

    PS: I "prolly" liked the way she look on FLOM1 -- much more natural and younger.
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    I'm one, who is affraid every time Erin moves, that her extremely low-cut pants are going to show off a tad too much.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMK0902
    I'm one, who is affraid every time Erin moves, that her extremely low-cut pants are going to show off a tad too much.....

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    It's one thing to be wearing a string bikini and looking great with your perfect abs, but the way her hip bones and tans lines were visible so far above the top of her pants was virtually pornographic.

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    I believe her designer for this show is none other than Chad F.s dream team, the Olsen twins!

    She's not only wearing their designs for junior misses, she's wearing the junior miss sizes as well

    That being said, never underestimate the hynotic power of the low riding waistband on a pair of swiveling hips to make men do stupid things. It's like coochie cleavage... we're just watching to see if the pants manage to slide all the way off of their own accord.

    Of course, it works much better when the hips have some flesh on them, rather than just scary protruding bones Starvin Marvin-style, but that's just my caveman opinion...
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    Quote Originally Posted by brockdrywall
    I believe her designer for this show is none other than Chad F.s dream team, the Olsen twins!

    She's not only wearing their designs for junior misses, she's wearing the junior miss sizes as well

    That being said, never underestimate the hynotic power of the low riding waistband on a pair of swiveling hips to make men do stupid things. It's like coochie cleavage... we're just watching to see if the pants manage to slide all the way off of their own accord.

    Of course, it works much better when the hips have some flesh on them, rather than just scary protruding bones Starvin Marvin-style, but that's just my caveman opinion...
    EASY THERE BROCK - Erin is thin, but as they say "Variety is the spice of life". You're not upset that she didn't pick you? ARE YOU? I do have to agree with you on the point that swiveling hips make men do stupid things. I think Jerry Seinfeld says is best.

    "I've figured out this whole fashion thing... Every year designers cover up a body part then reveal something different. Men are living for the naked city. If women wore hats all the time, we would be reading Play Head.... Skulls of the big 10"

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    Well of course I'm not dancing in the streets at not being chosen... like Costanza said, "I even need the people I hate to like me!"

    But in all seriousness, I noticed from the start that Erin would be much sexier if she gained some weight... I will never understand what's sexy about a woman with no hips and no breasts... it takes all the fun out of it! Not that you need to be surgically enhanced (note to every skinny girl with huge fake boobs but no booty to balance it out: we may be staring, but we're not fooled, and it ain't working) or over-zaftig, but a woman's body is supposed to curve in the right places. To my eye, Erin looked as though she got to the point where she looked great, and then decided to lose just 5 more pounds, then 10 more pounds... very pretty girl, but not at all my type.

    That, and, y'know, she ditched me on TV... that's kind of a dealbreaker for me in fake reality show relationships

    What was your impression of her, Richard?
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