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  1. He is a 2. She is higher than that for sure. She is a 2-face though. Sometimes she is pretty sometimes she is scary looking. I think it is her satan teeth. As long as she keeps her mouth closed, she can look pretty. Lol. Cracking myself up.
  2. The whole thing is crazy! He is definitely not making any money. I guess he calls it "our business venture" because SHE has a business, getting clothes to resell from all of her boy toys. His part in the business is that he is her supplier. And now he has been shown on TV bringing goods for resale into Haiti. So he really does not have an alibi.
  3. For every happy Match.com story there are 1000 failures. I'm sure Darcy has tried it. Match these days is full of predators and guys that just want sex chat. Sean is living in a house he is flipping. If you look in the background, the rooms that are finished look beautiful. They keep showing him in unfinished rooms. I was hoping they would show the living room which looked really nice. It is in the background in a few shots. Most likely the light was wrong for filming, so he was in the room with the construction materials. Interesting comments on getting all those clothes in through customs. Maybe they turn a blind eye to Americans entering Haiti because the people need everything. As far as cost of goods sold and Sean making any kind of profit, I just don't see how. He gets a pair of $25 shoes on clearance for $8 and she sells them for $8 in Haiti, which is a lot of money in Haiti.
  4. Also I think Darcey is kind of cute in her own way. Her boyfriend is too rigid. He is all wrong for her. I don't know that she could easily find a man though. It is hard for a single woman with kids in her 40's to find a decent man. Match.com is not as great as married/coupled people seem to think it is.
  5. My other observation is that they both could have learned to speak the languages with that app. If every time they type a sentence, they make the other repeat the original a few times while reading what they typed, they could learn a lot. It seems like Pole could have picked up a shitload of Portuguese and vice versa. Except his English is so bad. It would be hard to "repeat after me". How did they even talk online? I don't get it.
  6. Oh yeah and what was in the 4 giant chests full of luggage he was leaving in Brazil? Obviously it is not anything that he needs.
  7. I don' understand how Sean is calling this clothes thing a business. Even if he is getting the clothing really really cheap, on clearance, or overruns, it has to be sold very cheap in Haiti. No one in Haiti has any money. It's not like you can buy clothing in the US, sell it to Haitians and make a profit. Of course Abby is making a profit because she isn't paying for the clothes. She is paying with sex. She is doing the same with Chris. When Sean asked "What can Chris do that we can't do just as well the two of us?" well the answer is MORE INVENTORY=MORE MONEY for her family. Why is she going to turn down inventory? The more she has, the more she can make. This is a good business Abby has. The more American men she can get to bring her inventory, the better she makes out for herself and her family. It would be stupid to cut Chris off.
  8. S16.E11: Warrior Fashion

    Donate to Stand Up 2 Cancer or Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Komen is useless. Awareness has been achieved, now let's cure it! Early detection does not always mean you won't die from it. This is a myth as the majority of women who are Stage 4 were diagnosed at an early stage. Breast Cancer doesn't work the same way as other cancers, it doesn't progress chronologically. You can also be diagnosed late stage and survive. It totally depends on what type of cells you were blessed or cursed with. This is why we need research and not parades. For all of those who have lost love ones to any kind of cancer, I am truly sorry. This Komen and Pinktober shit makes my blood boil. Project Runway will come up with any stupid idea for a challenge. I wonder what bonehead staffer suggested, "hey it's October, let's tie in Breast Cancer!" This is an old blog post (2010) but it gives you an idea of some of the stupid things company's do to make $$ off of breast cancer: http://www.butdoctorihatepink.com/2010/10/breast-cancer-awareness-month-carnival.html
  9. S16.E11: Warrior Fashion

    And survivors also have to live with a lot of issues post-treatment, effects of chemo, losing breasts, worrying about your health- life will never be the same. And they totally ignore the fact that not everyone survives too--the whole pink balloons, everyone is upbeat and warriors and fighting, has to be upsetting to those who have lost a loved one. Like did they not fight hard enough? Did they not have the right attitude? It really is a crap shoot. They don't know enough about why cancer spreads from the breast in some people and in other people, even if they never had any treatment, it would never spread from the breast and kill you (you would however have a giant tumor in your breast but it would not be deadly). Other people get diagnosed early, have double mastectomies, chemo, etc etc and the cancer still spreads. You could be diagnosed stage 1 and not survive if you have the spreading type. If they could pin down how and why some cells spread- we might be closer to a cure. It kills me a charity like Komen spends millions of dollars on pink ribbon parties and very little percent of their income on research or on helping Stage 4 people living with terminal breast cancer. It's so so so sad. I know off topic, but it annoys me that Project Runway jumped on the pink bandwagon.
  10. S16.E11: Warrior Fashion

    Yeah PR pandering to Pinktober. I wish they would have metastatic breast cancer patients on, you know the 1 in 4 that do not survive. Maybe they didn't fight hard enough.
  11. S05.E03: Bring on the 90 Days

    These leashes are a good idea. I never used one because they didn't have these cute backpack ones when my kids were toddlers. There is a stigma because we only have ever seen a dog on a leash. I would feel weird having my kid on a leash but I can see how this could solve a lot of problems, with a wild toddler in a busy place. The kids seem to accept them because it's a backpack. Once i was trying to garden so I tied my 2 year old to the tree on a long rope, lol. What the neighbor must have thought. My boys also never sat in a stroller, they climbed out of the high chair too.
  12. S05.E03: Bring on the 90 Days

    Nicole kept saying this trip was to see how Azan was with the kid. And now Azan can see how difficult it is to control a 2 year old. This is probably the hardest stage, between 1 and 3 years old. He doesn't know how hard it is. She barely knows because her family helps her. The two of them are starting to see how much you can fight if you disagree on parenting styles. So this argument they are having is very realistic. Now they both see throwing the kid into their "fairy tale romance" can really upset the apple cart. But no matter how much fighting and how hard it is with Mae, neither one of them is going to break up with the other so they can keep doing the show. They both really need the money from the show.
  13. S11.E06: Quack! Quack! Quack!

    Wasn't Will giving Jen the death stare in the doctor's office? They called it something else. Some type of stare. He was mad at being told what to do so he stared Jen down. And maybe she said Oh Okay the stare down- well I'll stare you down right back. He had a really strange look on his face- not one we have seen too often. He was mad and staring down his mother.
  14. S11.E06: Quack! Quack! Quack!

    This was a pretty boring episode with so much useless filler. How many interviews with Bill and Jen: It's important to take them to the doctor. Going to the doctor is important so you can see where they are. Then an X ray is important. An X ray tells you how they are growing and if there is a problem. If there is you might have to act on it, if there isn't you don't. It's let's you know. The doctors will tell us at the appointment. This is why we are going. To get the kids checked out. It is important to see specialist that know about their condition. Hopefully they are fine, but as parents this is your job to get them checked out to see how they are.. Our kids have to go to specialist, like geneticist. A geneticist knows stuff about genetic conditions. He can advise us on how they are" and on and on and on and on. It was such useless filler drivel. Then about 15 minutes in the waiting room: now we are at the hospital, now we are in the waiting room, we are getting ready to see the doctor. Now we are going for Xrays. Soon we will see the doctor. Then we will see the other doctor in a little while. But first we are seeing the first doctor. The second doctor will read the X-rays. This is so we can find out how they are doing. Then lots of footage of them walking from room to room. This really could have been a 30 minute show. I hate the fact that when the get their height checked, which was basically nothing the kids did except stand there, they get a BIG - High Five! GREAT JOB! The kids know they did nothing- the adults get really over the top with praise. It's weird when you compare to other times when they actually did something difficult or painful - they get the same GREAT JOB over the top praise that they got for doing nothing but standing still for 5 seconds?
  15. Courtney + Antonio = Cornio I like better - pronounced Hornio in the local dialect Or Cornytoe