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  1. CoachWristletJen

    S07.E05: Holly's Story

    I definitely can't sleep when I eat a lot of fat, sugar and carbs. And my definition of "a lot" isn't a drop in the bucket compared to these folks! I can only guess they get used to it somehow. Also, they are probably well fatigued from being underneath the grinding weight of the heavy machinery that is their bodies. I really like Panera and they have some very good options there, IMHO. Of course I have to stay away from their pastries and bread. That side bread is delicious. Especially warmed up in the microwave with some Land O'Lakes "fake" butter.... *sigh*
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    S07.E05: Holly's Story

    Never cared much for Sean.
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    S07.E05: Holly's Story

    This makes so much sense. If she's hooked on the oral stuff, maybe a pacifier would help? Seems weird but if it would save her from a death by chocolate, maybe it would be the lesser of two evils. At least she didn't reach the point where she had to be diapered and powdered like a baby although that would have been in her future had she not lost weight. Wonder how she would have responded? Dr. Now was right about her pretending not to understand stuff so that people would give up on her. He had her number that's for sure.
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    S07.E05: Holly's Story

    I'm about 42 minutes in, and I must agree. She does have kind of a kewpie doll demeanor which is in sharp contrast to her physical exterior. When I saw her first getting out of bed in the beginning, I expected a deep, husky voice because she's built like a linebacker. I think when they get to a certain size, the hormones are significantly depleted so the women seem masculine and the men seem feminine. I kinda hate that the family isn't dieting with her. You get this person who is basically at death's door if they won't turn things around, and the family won't cooperate?
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    Megan & Michael & Sarah: Three's Company

    Megan is being very foolish. There's no doubt about that. I still like her better than Cabbage Patch Kid (Sarah) who starts talking like a black person every time she gets angry or wants to be insulting. After all, what kind of message does that send her little girl who was sitting in her little car seat pleading with her mommy to stop? Bottom line is that both of these women should pick up what is left of their dignity and just walk away! This doesn't surprise me. He didn't seem to accept any responsibility for his crimes, instead preferring to blame the people who prosecuted him. Deliberately picking a fight with Sarah so that he could go be with Megan? I guess that's a page right out of the slimeball handbook that I don't want to know about. Will both of these idiots wait for him? Is Sarah dumb enough to continue role model this for her daughter, that you need to compromise and have a cheater in your life? Oh, and that when you get angry and start to lose control during an argument, you scream and talk in a voice like a black person, sending a message to her of.... ? I knew I couldn't be the only one thinking about the Cabbage Patch thing...
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    Megan & Michael & Sarah: Three's Company

    I'm enjoying this way too much! Thank you! And on the subject of gratitude, I think we are all grateful to Megan for being the only one of these people with the common sense to close the door before she was deflowered.
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    Danielle and Mohamed: The Original Mess

    Azan is loathsome. He's going to continue to use Nicole for money and she doesn't have much. As for her, she will continue to lie and cover up for Azan, as well as giving him time, attention, and money which rightfully all belong to Mae. Mae will be left with sitters while Nicole wrks extra shifts in order to provide for Azan. He's pretty shameless about bleeding her dry. At least Mohamed had the decency to leave. Jay is every bit as bad. He's using Ashley for her house and a green card. He's clearly in love with that house! And, again, time, energy, attention, and money that all should be going to Ashley's kids is going to the ruthless guy with the stupid chinstrap beard. Ashley couldn't be dumber if she tried. She can't even mask her pride in her "ratchet" streak. But it all started with Danielle.. She's now famous for being clueless. She does cameos and interviews. And she's not really in on the joke...
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    S02.E07: Rings and Runaways

    That was absolutely crazy to me. Meanwhile Caitlin is bored and lounging about with a stomach full of sperm babies. Why on earth couldn't she help? And why on earth isn't he looking for a job? He's one of the most entitled people I've ever seen. Not sure what's up with Matt's mom other than she's just enjoying her son for the fleeting moments that she can. She's actually an intelligent and well spoken woman. Matt's brain seems pretty drug scrambled. And Caitlin is just all over the place! Pick up a broom. Help out. It Harness some of the energy in your dangling limbs...
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    S07.E03: Robin's Story

    I love the grocery store, too, but these people have a level of excitement about food that makes me uncomfortable.
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    Colt & Larissa & Debbie: Me, You, and Bith Phtew

    She does a YouTube show commenting on various reality TV programs.
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    S07.E03: Robin's Story

    Robin said she gets excited to be in the grocery store around all of the food? These people get way too excited about eating.
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    Colt & Larissa & Debbie: Me, You, and Bith Phtew

    John Yates did an interview with Auntie last night and apparently, Coltie stays with his mom because she's an alcoholic. Obviously this comes from Larissa, but it does make sense. Coltee is afraid that if he doesn't live with her, she'll drink herself to death, fall down, or perhaps drive under the influence, the typical things that alcoholics do. It would explain how she's aged. Yes, I understand that she is 60, but she looks much older. And, it certainly explains Colt's contempt for women. It's a very sad thing if it's true, and I hope Debbie gets help, again, IF it's true. Her attachment to her son does seem somewhat pathological. She's a widow, and I cannot even imagine that kind of pain so I don't want to judge her too harshly. But for her sake and for Colt's, I hope she gets help. Alcoholism is not pretty, and it's even worse for people as they get older. I gotta bring up Mo here... some adoring fan sent him a Canada Goosey Jackety. He wearing it when he ran out of gas and posted his plight on Instagram. Funny because I'm sure he didn't use it much in sunny Florida, nor in Texas, for that matter. He could always sell it on eBay... if anyone wants a jacket reeking of Ax Body Spray?
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    S06.E13 & E14: Tell-All

    She'll be on that same list Jon is on, trying to get in but getting turned down. Every time. I do believe that Coltee decided that Larissa was interfering with his mom and his porn. And, he knew how much pressure it would take, carefully applied, to make her snap. The first time he called the cops on her, she had locked herself in a bathroom and was hardly a threat at all. There was something about that fake apology of his... Come on, Coltee! We know you knew what you were doing! Instead of getting help for his wife's mental illness, he chose to taunt her and make things worse.
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    S06.E13 & E14: Tell-All

    Please tell me Asuelu is too smart to try to feed the baby himself because he keeps seeing Kalani doing it. Please tell me that. She was the only one who tried to calm down Asuelu when he started barking although Kalani did smirk and give it a good eye roll.
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    S06.E13 & E14: Tell-All

    Both Eric and his ex-wife have this attitude that they can kick them out of the nest at 18. IMHO, 18 means young adult. They are 18, sure, but they are still learning a lot of life's lessons, and they still need a lot of support! My children are no where near 18, but I wouldn't dream of kicking them out when they are that age. IMHO, they need help with advanced education and other expenses, not to mention all of the emotional support that they still need! And again, they have a lot to learn. I know that I certainly did!
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