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    Not my kind of party!

    Carry on!


    FM, what is just starting there? Waxing or RHWoBH?
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    Re: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    Not my kind of party!

    Carry on!


    FM, what is just starting there? Waxing or RHWoBH?
    The show- the waxing ,well we girls tend to go in alone.
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    Nothing is more annoying than people who create conflict then play the victim when they're held to account. Brandi is a master at ducking responsibility ....... Everybody's out to get me, it's so unfair, but I'm a trooper and I won't let the haters get me down! She's the Sarah Palin of reality TV.
    Yep I know it's a political comment, but yes to that... Brandi and Para Salin -- ducking responsibility. Dumb and dumber. Brandi's a little smarter than the parasailer, but both....pretend to be victims.
    They give women a bad name.
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    I can't believe what is being discussed here but it is funny

    It is just one of those things you do for yourself liem a mani or pedi. I've done it for so many years it doesn't hurt anymore. I swim all the time so it is just one of those necessary evils. IMHO it just makes me feel "cleaner" down "there" but to each their own. I go alone.

    Andddd back to the show...I really don't understand the reasoning behind Kim being upset with Ken & Lisa not attending her daughter's graduation party. I am sure Kimberly was devastated that the Vanderpumps were not in attendance. Didn't Kim also mention that her sister Kathy also didn't show up because she was going to Buckingham Castle? I guess seeing the queen is far more important a reason that participating in a charity event. All the Kim no-shows in the past few years compared to Lisa missing 1 event.
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    I watched the scene of Kim and Kyle at the salon and getting waxed again. I think the pain from having your nose waxed would be more painful than anything. OMG. Just the thought of it.

    OH, I found this link that tells you everything you ever wanted to know and then some on wax options.

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    Why would you have your nose waxed? That hair, while it shouldn't be overly long, is there to serve a filtration function. It is not a thing from the past that is no longer necessary.
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    Debb, that was a great informative link. Never knew there were so many types. But here in So Cal, it's just part of most women's maintenance like, mani, pedi, wax. I think it's great for when you're in a swimsuit. But to each her own. I did hear that the new trend is going au naturel... a la Gynneth Paltrow, or at least that's what Cameron Diaz said on Letterman.....(I think it was Letterman).
    who'd have thought we'd come to a place where that's discussed on late night tv?
    And why does it have to be a subject/location for RHof BH?? Who would think that is interesting?

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    I view it as a discussion for girlfriends on a Friday night, with a glass of wine! That is a good way to get information out there and teach each other...and women usually LOVE to share what they know. That's why they say something like "educate woman, you educate a generation; educate a man, you educate an individual."
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    Re: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    I view it as a discussion for girlfriends on a Friday night, with a glass of wine! That is a good way to get information out there and teach each other...and women usually LOVE to share what they know. That's why they say something like "educate woman, you educate a generation; educate a man, you educate an individual."
    Lol here in Cali there is big money to made liquoring up these women and waxing both them and their wallets. On Beverly Hills they do go to alot of places I am familiar with and some of the things my girlfriends and I do like the waxing and spas lol. I go to a nail salon and get wine and a mani/pedi very relaxing!
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    Wine with mani-pedi?? Apparently we are less sophisticated here in the north!

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