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    Re: The Real Housewives of Orange County

    Only ladies I like on her are Gretchen and Heather. Perfect day for a new season. April Fools day.lol for this cast full of fools.
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    Re: The Real Housewives of Orange County

    Quote Originally Posted by MsDiva2007 View Post
    Only ladies I like on her are Gretchen and Heather. Perfect day for a new season. April Fools day.lol for this cast full of fools.
    Me too, MsDiva. I can really only stand those two. Tamra makes me want to slap her. Somebody upthread (sorry can't remember who) said something about her and CUT...did they mean as in she has been bodybuilding, that type thing? because I think she was wanting to buy and run a gym.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsDiva2007 View Post
    Perfect day for a new season. April Fools day.lol for this cast full of fools.
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    If what I hear about Gretchen's future plans are true, I can't agree about her being savvy. Apparently, because of Slimy's financial problems, she won't marry him.
    But she will have a baby with him!!
    How smart is that? I don't care that she's getting older and really wants a baby. If that's important then she should dump the slimeball and find someone decent. Someone who will probably be a good father and have a job! Slimy hasn't set the best example of being a good father.
    Aren't you supposed to think about what is the best future you can give a child....and not just what you want???
    I know she says she "loves" him...fine then stay with him but don't burden a child with such a low life.
    Or am I just old and old fashioned?
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    Well, Slade has already shown her who he is when it comes to supporting his child, so she can't complain if she gets exactly what she's "paid for"; leopards don't tend to change their spots, but that's a BIG chance to take with/for your child. She can only kick herself. I doubt that she would let her child do without anything, but a child deserves to be supported by both of its parents.

    Maybe there are things that WE just don't know.
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    What's the truth about Josh Waring, his wife and baby?
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    Re: The Real Housewives of Orange County

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonlady View Post
    If what I hear about Gretchen's future plans are true, I can't agree about her being savvy. Apparently, because of Slimy's financial problems, she won't marry him.
    But she will have a baby with him!!
    How smart is that? I don't care that she's getting older and really wants a baby. If that's important then she should dump the slimeball and find someone decent. Someone who will probably be a good father and have a job! Slimy hasn't set the best example of being a good father.
    Aren't you supposed to think about what is the best future you can give a child....and not just what you want???
    I know she says she "loves" him...fine then stay with him but don't burden a child with such a low life.
    Or am I just old and old fashioned?
    No. My thoughts too. But different people have different paths. The baby might be the love of her life. And she might meet Mr. Right after she has a baby. I have seen a lot of people take different paths. And I am glad a lot of my friends have found their peace and happiness......and I have had friends who could not support themselves who have had babies and have seen it stress the H out of them....supporting grandbabies in their 50s and 60s.
    You can do it!

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    Re: The Real Housewives of Orange County

    The old girl returning named Laurie was in the news recently for some kind of story. I can't recall if it was about her or her son being arrested. I recall reading the story and not being able to recall much about her. Did anyone else see it?

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    Re: The Real Housewives of Orange County

    I can understand her wanting to have a baby now, because she has invested so much into developing this relationship, and relationships take a while to cultivate. I'm guessing she doesn't want to start over, from square 1, for this venture...but that is not a good reason to "settle".

    People really should give a lot of thought and consideration to whom they choose to father their children instead of just rolling the dice and hoping for good luck.
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    Oh I totally agree. Women should be much more picky about who fathers their children. I guess the same could be said of some men as well.

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