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Nutrition. The bad 'n' word. ;)

Posted by barnmom (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 12, 12 at 14:35

Maybe everyone else has seen this. Too funny not to share anyway.

Eileen

Here is a link that might be useful: Video.


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RE: Nutrition. The bad 'n' word. ;)

That was very funny.....hehehehe

Thanks for the link.


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RE: Nutrition. The bad 'n' word. ;)

That was funny, although I agree with most of the posters that the accent was all wrong. And I was very disappointed to never hear her say "spatular". LOL

Annie


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I have never seen more than a minute or two of her on TV so I have no comment on the accent. I cracked up when she placed her boobs on the counter.


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RE: Nutrition. The bad 'n' word. ;)

I was cracking up when she started using the stick of butter as lip gloss, LOL.

I always cringe, though, when I hear her say spatch-you-lure, instead of spatula.

Annie


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RE: Nutrition. The bad 'n' word. ;)

She really says that?

I think of her as a cartoon in general.

Eileen


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RE: Nutrition. The bad 'n' word. ;)

Yes, Eileen, she does. Sigh. The only thing that skit missed is that in real life she'd be flirting with the news guy, offering him bites of whatever food she had and licking his face to remove crumbs.

She got so bad for a while that I couldn't watch her night time "Paula's Party" show. Now, of course, I've cancelled television, so I never see her.

Annie


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In the FWIW category, educated Southerners do not say y'all fifteen times in one sentence. We say "y'all", yes we do, but only when it is appropriate as in "y'all come on in" or "how're y'all doing today?" or "do ya'll want some iced tea?" She makes me cringe.....

Teresa


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RE: Nutrition. The bad 'n' word. ;)

Teresa, Elery already told me that, he says she puts that accent on, no one really talks like that!

Annie


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