I don't think Sonja really wants that guy she had lunch with.......she's so negative and demanding.....usually when she flirts with guys, she's very different.
I also agree with the poster that said in the older seasons, we saw the ladies living their own lives and then they'd come together.........now they are forced to be in each others' space ALL the time.
If you have strong willed women, with egos, you're going to get fireworks but a lot of us viewers don't want to see fireworks ALL the time.....story lines about individuals are great and far more interesting than just fights all the time.
And may I make a request here, especially since we are getting very close to elections?? Could we leave references to politicians and other voting issues out of these threads?
I've seen it in other threads also.
I just want to talk/read about the various shows.
Thanks in advance. :)
Yes. I agree about not making political comments. There might be a political thread where people can get out their hostility.
I believe Luanne is a little delusional; but I do not think she sets out to hurt anyone. My guess is that she comes from a family of nine kids, and has done without. Maybe the title was a security blanket. I really would not take it from her. If I had a blanket I would not want anyone to take it from me.
I just calls 'em like I sees 'em!
Sonja is toying with that man like a cat toys with it's prey. I'm pretty sure she is very flattered by his attention.
I like that guy with Sonja....he seemed good natured, laughed about her "rules" and really seemed truly smitten with her. But if that chemistry isn't there, it doesn't matter how nice the person is.
I just got the feeling that she somewhat likes idea of a relationship with him because of other factors rather than as a love interest...he probably has pots o money and that would help Sonja a lot and he seems like someone who would treat a woman in the right way........but I didn't see her smitten with him.
Did I hear correctly that one of the rules was that she thought he should lose weight....but used words like "better for your health" rather than saying "you're fat?" Altho I didn't think he was fat so I probably heard wrong.
I do understand not wanting a snoring man in your bed.....but I just celebrated 25 yrs of marriage to a powerful snorer........I'm very grateful to whoever invented ear plugs that I use every single night.
I didn't know that there was a sure-fire surgery for snoring.
Uh-oh, DL's hubby!!! You may be in for an adventure!!! :eek
And, I think you're right about the $$$$!
And to whomever......I'm not about bullies. My post was not inappropriate.