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This started out as a normal post but got more insulting as the posts went on.  I'll bet we don't have much moderation on the weekends which is why it's still standing.   @Othereeeen Button and Cotton without the T is a regional pronunciation.  Hope you are having fun insulting adults, not funny . and @Danky2 ? What's your comment about, didn't see the show you are referring to.

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@KathyM23 What region?  

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@Imaoldhippie wrote:

How original and unique a host bashing thread.


not bashing to say an adult does not need to be addressing other adults, with "puppies, kitties" 

it is ok to have an opinion 

 

 

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@THETOT  Boston for one and also many areas I have heard it in the South.  I myself do not say button, I say buhun and I do say cotun not cot ton

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@KathyM23  I hear it from people all over the country, it is NOT regional.

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It is simply not being able to speak English..

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@Othereeeen the Jill Martin comment just sent me over the edge!!  

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@faeriemoon wrote:
There must be a target audience for baby talk, happy dances, and yum yum faces because someone in charge should have stopped the nonsense by now.
I actually think you are right! Qvc clearly figured out that it's target audience likes hosts who engage in utter foolishness. It's not by accident, it's how they train them. HIgh squeaky voices, fake stories and fib about what size clothing they wear. None of it is new so it's not going to end. I tend to watch on mute and I put the sound on when they present something I'm interested in.  
















































































































































































































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@KathyM23 wrote:

This started out as a normal post but got more insulting as the posts went on.  I'll bet we don't have much moderation on the weekends which is why it's still standing.   @Othereeeen Button and Cotton without the T is a regional pronunciation.  Hope you are having fun insulting adults, not funny . and @Danky2 ? What's your comment about, didn't see the show you are referring to.

 

it's homophobic as usual. She didn't like they had two gay men hosting at the same time, let alone one.  


 

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@Othereeeen wrote:

If you wear a coh-uhn droopy cardi with no buh-uhns, it's because you're harking back to when you were a babe in the crib and mummy swaddled you in a plush sherpa blankie before she gave you your bopple....

 

 

Buttons and Snaps are hard for widddle baybees fingers!!

 

( and of course it's cheaper to use man-made materials instead of coh-uhn or use buh-uhns...)

 

Sady, I am not kidding.

 

 

Now the craze is beginning with soft floppy sneakers that you can just step into...like slippies...that is if they don't have velcro closures or fake zippers because kidult hands and minds can't figure out how to wear shoes properly much less tie laces ( something we were taught when we were four.)

 

The kidult prize for me this week was that Sherpa bag they were selling the other night on the "JIll Martin My Bosoms are About to Fall from my Skin Tight Shirt" show.

 

Sherpa. Like a big matted diaper bag in SHERPA. Look it up and see.

 

Sherpa...the go to to fabric of the adult kidult.

 

 


This comment is one of the BEST I've read. HILARIOUS!!!