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Re: Pioneer Woman


@LonestarBabs wrote:

@Sweetbay magnolia   The only kitsch I like is this one: 

 

"Texas Forever"

 

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I thought @sharke said she'd take that with the BBQ sauce

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Re: Pioneer Woman


@OKPrincess wrote:

I enjoy going to the Mercantile for a nice day trip. The bakery is fun to visit too. Haven’t been to the ice cream shop yet..........

 

IMO Ree is a genuine lady and the wealth comes from her husband’s side of the family.

 

I am not trying to hijack the thread, but since you live in OK, I know that you can answer this.  I have been wanting to take a few cooking classes at The Girl Can Cook in Broken Arrow, but I would be flying into Tulsa.  How is traffic to both Broken Arrow and Pawhuska?  I might be traveling alone and wonder how traffic and also safety.  Thanks.

 

Sorry if anyone is annoyed about this!!!  Not trying to cause a problem.


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Re: Pioneer Woman


@Sweetbay magnolia wrote:

@LonestarBabs wrote:

@Sweetbay magnolia   The only kitsch I like is this one: 

 

"Texas Forever"

 

Related image


I thought @sharke said she'd take that with the BBQ sauce


Too young for me LOL Jon Hamm is my type. Italian looking types LOL

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She is wonderful and so down to earth.  Accomplished a great deal since I discovered her well over a decade ago.  I was sitting at the hair dresser's waiting and reading the latest copy of a magazine with an article about Ree's just published book.  The excerpt was so good I left after my hair appt. and got the book.  Been a fan ever since.  One day soon she will be focusing on grandchildren and selling items in that regards.  Will be fun to watch.

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Re: Pioneer Woman


@sharke wrote:

@Sweetbay magnolia wrote:

@LonestarBabs wrote:

@Sweetbay magnolia   The only kitsch I like is this one: 

 

"Texas Forever"

 

Related image


I thought @sharke said she'd take that with the BBQ sauce


Too young for me LOL Jon Hamm is my type. Italian looking types LOL


@sharke.  I’m with you. Love Jon Hamm. He isn’t Italian though. Lol

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Yeah, just dark haired and hair goes straight back when he's cleaned up.

When he classes up like on GQ magazine he's HOT ! LOL

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She's smart and knows how to make money. I like her a lot more than most other celeb cooks or whatever you want to call them.

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@Grouchomarx 

 

I like her.  She is cute and seems sweet.  But I can find fault with her.   She starts almost every sentence with "now".   Drives me crazy so I hardly watch her anymore.  I can't believe that over all of these years on TV , the Producer or someone hasn't told her to stop that.   It's so annoying.

 

Now, I'm going to read another post.   Now, I'll get a snack.  Now, I'll go pee.    UGH 

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@Bugonbike 

 

Ree is to Pawhuska what Joanna is to Waco.

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@sharke wrote:

@Sweetbay magnolia wrote:

@LonestarBabs wrote:

@Sweetbay magnolia   The only kitsch I like is this one: 

 

"Texas Forever"

 

Related image


I thought @sharke said she'd take that with the BBQ sauce


Too young for me LOL Jon Hamm is my type. Italian looking types LOL


     EEWWW, who is that?  Creepy.