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  1. Suckers wanted

    Well, somebody is reading the mommy blogs: I’m in the casting division with ABC Television and we’re looking for great families and moms who love to stand out from the…

    Trackback by dustbury.com — 02/07/2021 @ 4:24 PM

  2. The latest episode of wife swap has cured me of any desire to watch future episodes. This particular one involved a family from Florida with two little girls and a family from Wisconsin with six children.

    The guy from Florida was a total jerk (I’m toning down my language here) to the woman from Wisconsin who was his wife for two weeks. When his real wife found out what a jerk he was, I thought she would at least have the courtesy to apologize, but she didn’t, which makes her almost as big a jerk as her ignorant husand. I hope they are both very happy. It just goes to prove that you can have money but be devoid of common decency. I’ll take the family from Wisconsin any day.

    At any rate, I won’t be watching any future episodes of wife swap. Tonight’s episode cured me of any desire in that regard! nauseated and a.t an vuhou have MyThe rt. s his wife would at last have s on wh OIasshold eo fls cdiaI donWife

    Comment by Joy McClanahan — 02/27/2006 @ 9:28 PM

  3. MONITORING MOMMYBLOGGERS

    We already knew the mommyblog brigades were recruitment grounds for ABC’s “Wife Swap”.

    Apparently, someone in DC deems that to be a national security threat. What other reason for the Pentagon doing some deep analysis through Queen of Spain’s archives? I hear the sound of …

    Comment by Population Statistic — 10/08/2021 @ 12:27 PM

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